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1 Why are there so many berries this year?
2 Cassini: Saturn probe turns towards its death plunge
3 Belfast scientists design flexible organic battery
4 Badger culling gets go-ahead in 11 new areas of England
5 Man-of-war spotted along coast in Cornwall and Wales
6 Tackling the canine obesity crisis
7 Row over AI that 'identifies gay faces'
8 Offshore wind power cheaper than new nuclear
9 Bats 'tricked' into flying into buildings
10 Cycling: Groups call for action on 'car-dooring'
11 'No fire risk' with new lithium batteries
12 Science debate: Should we embrace an enhanced future?
13 Swansea Uni study: African wild dogs 'sneeze to vote'
14 Photographer settles 'monkey selfie' legal fight
15 Does the UK need a human 'body farm'?
16 Why is Houston so vulnerable to devastating floods?
17 Why did we use leaded petrol for so long?
18 Walking in Shackleton's footsteps
19 The algae that terraformed Earth
20 Climate crusader Gore takes up arms again
21 Sea level fears as Greenland darkens
22 Earth is becoming 'Planet Plastic'
23 Apple iPhone X: The internet reacts
24 Destiny 2 apology for 'Nazi-inspired' Kekistan flag
25 Apple iPhone X adopts facial recognition and OLED screen
26 Instagram removes photo showing Stoke boy without an eye
27 Apple's augmented reality ambitions
28 YouTube star PewDiePie apologises for using racial slur
29 Tesla Autopilot 'partly to blame' for crash
30 Chatbot offers legal help to Equifax data breach victims
31 Security warning over hospital syringe pumps
32 iPhone X: 10 key moments leading up to the new handset
33 Silicon Valley boss quits over lawsuits
34 Hurricane Irma: Not everybody falls for fake news
35 Why Sweden is close to becoming a cashless economy
36 The app that inspires tens of millions to go cycling
37 Should you let a 'robot' manage your retirement savings?
38 Is this the next financial scandal waiting to happen?
39 BBC 100 Women: Nine things you didn't know were invented by women
40 The murky world of Facebook raffles
41 Apple's augmented reality ambitions
42 He made Netflix, now he's hacking movie night
43 Young people fear for futures in Brexit Britain, says study
44 Labour seeks to derail tuition fee rise
45 Teachers' pay declining, warns OECD
46 Teacher retention efforts 'not working'
47 Learndirect 'should face investigation,' says senior MP
48 City College Norwich autistic student 'binned' from course
49 Some students have 10,000 pounds gambling debt, say Gambling Commission
50 Parents remove son from school in pupil gender row
51 Northern Ireland education faces 100 million pounds 'cost pressures'
52 Citizens Advice calls for Universal Credit 'pause'
53 Cambridge University advertises for sexual assault adviser
54 Bodies of 'hundreds' of children buried in mass grave
55 Great Yarmouth parents slam strict rules at failing academy
56 University creates world's first public menswear archive
57 What's it like to start reading at 60?
58 'Zero progress' on school places in decade, says UN
59 'Dragon's Den' for migrant entrepreneurs
60 Reality Check: Why is VAT charged on school uniform?
61 Malala calls for defense of Rohingya
62 Is it fair to kick out pupils halfway through sixth form?
63 How can GCSEs get harder and results stay the same?
64 GCSE results dilemma? Our experts answer your questions
65 Is it fair to kick out pupils halfway through sixth form?
66 Learndirect 'should face investigation,' says senior MP
67 Ian Paterson: Victims of disgraced surgeon get 37 million pounds
68 More pregnant women to get Group B Strep treatment
69 Nick Clegg reveals son's cancer diagnosis
70 NHS told to brace itself for bad flu season
71 Fatal Legionnaires' outbreak at Ludlow hotel
72 Sepsis diagnosis 'turned my hair white'
73 NHS checks 'should be done at shops and stadiums'
74 'Weak evidence' light alcohol use in pregnancy harms
75 Spiral drawing test detects signs of Parkinson's
76 Winter flu warnings: Should I worry?
77 How I've learned to live in constant pain
78 Alcohol-free: Stealth drinking helping people give up alcohol
79 Why used sanitary pads are being collected in India
80 The designer who weaves clothes with her blood
81 The refugee doctors learning to speak Glaswegian
82 Reality Check: Does debt interest cost more than NHS pay?
83 As winter looms, NHS debate warms up
84 How bad is the NHS postcode lottery?
85 Brain researchers in uproar over NIH clinical-trials policy
86 Trump finally nominates new leader for NASA
87 Massive Ebola data site planned to combat outbreaks
88 Plot a course through the genome
89 Budget battle looms for US science programmes
90 Bacterial 'aphrodisiac' sends single-celled organism into mating frenzy
91 North Korea's nuclear test, cash for Italy's scientists and Zika-vaccine pause
92 The secret to Germany's scientific excellence
93 Researchers riled by lack of detail in Brexit science plans
94 Massive genetic study shows how humans are evolving
95 Bats slam into buildings because they can't 'see' them
96 South Korean researchers lobby government to lift human-embryo restrictions
97 Geneticists pan paper that claims to predict a person's face from their DNA
98 Deadly Mexico earthquake had unusual cause
99 Global fingerprints of sea-level rise revealed by satellites
100 Wallaby milk acts as a placenta for babies
101 UK gender-equality scheme spreads across the world
102 The new economy of excrement
103 Hurricane havoc, deep-ocean floats and Mexico's fatal quake
104 Jordan seeks to become an oasis of water-saving technology
105 Protein maps chart the causes of disease
106 Giraffes could have evolved long necks to keep cool
107 Support Ismail Serageldin
108 Pregnant mice illuminate risk factors that could lead to autism
109 Faculty promotion must assess reproducibility
110 Insurance companies should collect a carbon levy
111 First quantum computers need smart software