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1 Dinosaur asteroid hit 'worst possible place'
2 Lack of dust makes China's air pollution much worse
3 Tinkering for science on the Irrawaddy
4 Why does Belgium shine so brightly?
5 Safeguarding Islam's past for future generations
6 Arctic summit: Trump to make 'right decision for the US' on climate
7 Lions face same threats as extinct Ice Age cats--study
8 SOS Ivanka! Can 'first daughter' save Paris climate deal?
9 Terrifying 20m-tall 'rogue waves' are actually real
10 WannaCry ransomware cyber-attacks slow but fears remain
11 Should you pay the WannaCry ransom?
12 Virtual memorial for WW2 code-cracker
13 A sex doll that can talk--but is it perfect Harmony?
14 Lyft strikes self-driving deal with Google's Waymo
15 Ransomware and the NHS--the inquest begins
16 Ransomware cyber-attack: Who has been hardest hit?
17 NHS cyber-attack: More ransomware cases 'likely on Monday'
18 Ransomware cyber-attack threat escalating--Europol
19 Global cyber-attack: Security blogger halts ransomware 'by accident'
20 The rise of the tweenage vlogger
21 Toyota 'backs flying car project' in Japan
22 'You can tell by the way I use my walk...'
23 Ransomware and the NHS--the inquest begins
24 London private school may let boys wear skirts
25 Parents should be offered 'childcare passport'
26 Education official says industrial action harms education
27 Bow pupil Nasar Ahmed died from allergic reaction
28 Willenhall school pupils threw food at Ofsted inspectors
29 DfE reprimands parents for tweeting Sats test questions
30 Children going 'days without seeing parents'
31 More than 2,000 weapons seized from schools
32 Funding shortfall 'threatens support for vulnerable children'
33 Lord Bird wants prevention unit for poverty
34 Stayin' Alive: Bee Gees hit free to German first aiders
35 Inside the school where 98% of the pupils are travellers
36 General election 2017: All or nothing for Labour on tuition fees
37 Michael Kiwanuka's career tips strike chord with teens
38 NHS cyber-attack: No 'second spike' but disruption continues
39 General election: Labour's '7.4 billion pounds a year extra for NHS'
40 NHS was repeatedly warned of cyber-attack, says Fallon
41 Nurses to stage 'summer of protest activity' over pay cap
42 Sushi lovers warned of parasites danger in raw fish
43 Ebola: WHO declares outbreak in DR Congo
44 Some Wales cancer patients still not allocated key worker
45 Yemen war: Emergency in Sanaa as cholera kills scores
46 HIV life expectancy 'near normal' thanks to new drugs
47 Brexit negotiations 'danger' to NHS Wales recruitment
48 Zika virus: Brazil says emergency is over
49 The postcards helping a little girl recover from cancer
50 Why reducing sleep makes you hungry
51 Nine-month stretch: The rise of prenatal exercise classes
52 Mining the Moon for rocket fuel to get us to Mars
53 Do-it-to-yourself science: a history of risk and discovery
54 Crocodiles, wild storms, hair-raising helicopter rides all in a day's work for NT scientists
55 CSIRO: Time for a 'science culture' again, says leading climatologist John Church
56 Scientists track threatened weedy seadragon population using marine 'facial recognition'
57 Maggots dine on restaurant scraps before becoming fish food in aquaculture shake-up
58 Why bad moods are good for you: The surprising benefits of sadness
59 Food allergies may be overlooked as cause of chronic illness in children, Victorian researchers say
60 MP3 is officially dead as founders terminate licensing program
61 Lightweight 'printed solar' touted as a way to provide electricity in times of disaster
62 Brain tissue grown on semiconductor chip could lead to neural prosthetics
63 Deep-sea horror show of 'miniature monsters' awaits Investigator scientists in eastern abyss
64 Brain cancer 'forgotten' by funding and research bodies as survival rates stagnate, inquiry to be told
65 Flatback turtle Shelly released into wild five months after Double Island rescue
66 WA's northern quolls learning to avoid toxic feral cat baits
67 Cyber expert warns against supporting criminal syndicates amid global hacking
68 Melting glaciers bring India emissions, energy uncertainty
69 Could humans be better than hounds at tracking odour trails, detecting drugs?
70 AFP helps Filipino authorities arrest three women in livestream child abuse sting
71 Animal welfare groups call Government's proposed cosmetic animal testing ban 'flawed'
72 Dr. Karl: Sorry, not all mammals take 12 seconds to poo
73 Forensic scientists overwhelmed by number of donors to NSW body farm
74 Forests equal to 60 percent of Australian landmass discovered using new tool
75 Rheumatic heart disease researchers on mission to eradicate it in Australia with new treatments
76 Zuul: Spiky, armoured dinosaur that lived 75 million years ago named for Ghostbusters beast
77 Perth taxi drivers in despair over Uber cling to last hope of compensation
78 How to handle telco, internet provider woes, as complaints to Ombudsman up
79 After bowel cancer, I understand why people are tempted to reject treatment
80 Hackathon innovators find potential solution for Sydney's congested trains
81 7,000 bodies in mass grave under former lunatic asylum to be exhumed
82 ASU and NYU researchers look to boost crowdsourced brainstorming
83 Lessons from Ebola: New approach improves disease outbreak management
84 Let there be tissue
85 Study expands understanding of how the brain encodes fear memory
86 WSU researchers deliver first 'nanotherapeutics' to tumor
87 Study offers answers on life expectancy for people with Parkinson's disease, Lewy body dementia
88 Code of conduct needed for ocean conservation, study says
89 Skin cancer on the rise
90 Rare Earth element mineral potential in the southeastern US coastal plain
91 Molecular dynamics, machine learning create 'hyper-predictive' computer models
92 Growing plants and scientists: Hydroponic gardening program wins over students
93 NASA's EPIC view spots flashes on Earth
94 New gene identified in Lou Gehrig's disease
95 New finding affecting immune reconstitution related to B cells
96 Assay of clotting ability accurately predicts need for transfusion in trauma patients
97 Two dose HPV vaccine effective in treating genital warts, study finds
98 More genes turned on when plants compete
99 Journal of Infectious Diseases features UNC HIV researchers in special edition
100 Study: New blood test is more accurate in predicting prostate cancer risk than PSA
101 UNH researcher identifies key differences in solar wind models
102 Researchers uncover potential risks of common MS treatment
103 Varied increases in extreme rainfall with global warming
104 University of Birmingham develops revolutionary eye drops to treat age-related blindness
105 Where you live may impact how much you drink
106 Better than BMI: Study finds more accurate way to determine adolescent obesity
107 A better sustainable sanitary pad
108 Study: Trying new marijuana products and edibles is associated with unexpected highs
109 Solving one of nature's great puzzles: What drives the accelerating expansion of the universe?
110 Pembrolizumab in non-small cell lung cancer: Hint of considerable added benefit