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1 German satellites sense Earth's lumps and bumps
2 Seafloor mapping XPRIZE final will be in the Mediterranean, off Greek coast
3 Australia defies climate warning to back coal
4 Hubble telescope hit by mechanical failure
5 Final call to save the world from 'climate catastrophe'
6 One-off genetic test could detect heart attack risk
7 Scientists condemn professor's 'morally reprehensible' talk
8 Economists win Nobel for work on climate and growth
9 Fast fashion is harming the planet, MPs say
10 Vietnam's children and the fear of climate change
11 Caution urged over use of 'carbon unicorns' to limit warming
12 Home remedies 'no deterrent' against slugs and snails
13 Pangolin survival: How 'following the money' could save lives
14 Five things we have learned from the IPCC report
15 What does the UK's nuclear future look like?
16 Why Sulawesi's tsunami is puzzling scientists
17 Pollution threatens the future of killer whales
18 Taller plants moving into warmer Arctic
19 Four women who changed the face of physics
20 Marvels of the deep and their superpowers
21 No-deal Brexit 'worse than thought' for science
22 Amazon scrapped 'sexist AI' tool
23 James Murdoch tipped to lead Tesla board?
24 Fibre island: How Jersey went ultra-fast
25 Walmart planning 'net-connected trolley'
26 Google Pixel 3 phones launch during privacy storm
27 Sony PlayStation 4 will get 'next-generation' successor
28 Google appeals against 4.3 billion euros Android fine
29 Leak chips away at Google's secrecy on China
30 Microsoft's Minecraft ends support on Apple TV
31 Vodafone's Martin Freeman break-up advert banned
32 Google drops $10 billion battle for Pentagon data contract
33 YouTubers Jacksepticeye and Wiishu confirm 'emotional' split
34 Netflix: The signs you might need a break from the site
35 Why you have (probably) already bought your last car
36 How Amsterdam's canal boats are going electric--at a cost
37 Boz: Defending Facebook's Portal gadget
38 Can social networks help you lose weight?
39 The UK firm hoping to take on Google's driverless cars
40 University 'dual nationality' plan for Brexit
41 Teenagers bombarded by gambling ads ask for help
42 Calls for greater diversity among school governors
43 EU law stops VAT cuts to all school uniforms, says minister
44 Fears for the future of music lessons in schools
45 Students back mental health alerts following Bristol suicides
46 Number of newborn babies taken into care doubles--report
47 Loneliness threatens young as well as old
48 University of Worcester can keep Brexit emails private
49 Young people anxious from terror coverage
50 Should a university teach a killer?
51 Baghdad University makes global ranking
52 'The exhausting road to my apprenticeship dream'
53 The neighbours building hope after losing children to suicide
54 Drug use: Is Sheffield Students' Union right to offer advice?
55 Losing friends, moving home and being broke--life after university
56 'I hid my baby from social services in case they took it away'
57 Does the UK have much to shout about on World Mental Health Day?
58 Under-25s turning their backs on alcohol, study suggests
59 NHS waste scandal: Handler stripped of contracts
60 Pioneering CJD treatment to be used on British patient
61 'Fry and Turnbull effect' on prostate cancer
62 NHS managers 'used names of U2 members in 700,000 pounds fraud'
63 Mesh 'last option' for incontinence
64 Murderer Carl Langdell told nurse of 'violent fantasies'
65 Wallingford care home residents 'slapped and verbally abused'
66 One-off genetic test could detect heart attack risk
67 'I'm a friend at the end--why I became a death doula'
68 Costa Coffee advert banned for criticising avocado breakfasts
69 World Mental Health Day: What is mindfulness?
70 Tai chi vs. Zumba: Do you have to work up a sweat to get fit?
71 The NHS in numbers: What the service does in one day
72 'The head injury that made me commit a crime'
73 From cuddles to counting--PTSD coping strategies shared
74 I am a mother without a baby
75 Reality Check: Is Scottish A&E outperforming England?
76 Should we be forced to pay 30,000 pounds for old-age care?
77 Contaminated blood scandal: What have we learned so far?
78 This Beached Shark Tore a Beached Whale to Shreds (And It's All on Video)
79 This Test Can Measure the 'Dark Core' of Your Personality
80 Astronomers Find Another Clue that Planet X Is Lurking Out There
81 Tiny Robots Inspired by Sperm Want to Swim Around Your Body Delivering Drugs
82 Stone Engravings of Famous Warrior Pharaoh Found in Ancient Egyptian Temple
83 Airtight Iron Coffin Found in Queens Held a Mysterious 19th-Century Mummy
84 Microbes Were Just Found in 'Dark Biosphere' Where They Shouldn't Exist
85 Ancient Mediterranean 'Juglet' Contained Traces of Opium
86 Health Problems in Women Can Persist Years After Sexual Assault
87 Chemistry Nobel Awarded to Scientists for Taking the Reins on Evolution
88 Reference: Nobel Prize in Chemistry: 1901-Present
89 Reference: Brown Rice: Health Benefits & Nutrition Facts
90 Einstein's Religion-Bashing 'God Letter' Expected to Sell for $1.5 Million at Christie's
91 Is Your Dog Super Smart? No, LOL
92 A Chiropractor Adjusted Her Neck. Then this Woman's Vision Problems Began
93 No, Drinking Diet Soda Won't Poison Your Gut Bacteria, but It Could Do Harm
94 Mama Giraffes' Spot Patterns Are Passed Down to Their Babies
95 It Turns Out Most Cobras Are Cannibals
96 Physicist Who Coined 'God Particle' Dies. And a Great Voice for Science Is Stilled.
97 Reference: Ibuprofen: Dosage, Side Effects & Other Facts
98 Will There Ever Be Another Pangea?
99 Medieval Germans Riddled with Tapeworms
100 Stephen Hawking's 1st Wife Blasts Biopic 'The Theory of Everything'
101 These Frogs Are Evolving to Survive a Murderous Fungus that Tries to Stop Their Hearts
102 Rare, Blue Jellyfish-Like Creatures Wash Ashore in NJ, Puzzling Beachgoers
103 Men Fined $1 Million for Trafficking $17 Million Worth of Squishy Sea Cucumbers
104 Reference: Hemorrhoids: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment
105 US Air Force: Don't Worry About Those Weird Lights and Booms Sunday, It's Just a Space Ship
106 13 Hyperfast, Alien Stars Are Invading the Milky Way
107 500-Year-Old Scroll Reveals King Henry VII's Extraordinary Support of Travelers to New World
108 This Week's Strangest Science News
109 Why Cases of UTIs Increase During Summer: It May Really Be the Weather
110 Why Flu Epidemics Work Differently in Big American Cities