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1 Higgs factory a 'must for big physics'
2 China's space lab set for fiery re-entry
3 Scientists explain the sound of knuckle cracking
4 Ghostly galaxy may be missing dark matter
5 Drinks bottles and can deposit return scheme proposed
6 JWST: Hubble 'successor' faces new delay
7 Why bear cubs are spending longer with their mothers
8 Stephen Hawking's final interview: A beautiful Universe
9 European Space Agency teams with ICEYE Finnish start-up
10 How effective are earthquake early warning systems?
11 Hamelin Bay: Nearly 150 beached whales die in Australia
12 Plastic patch in Pacific Ocean growing rapidly, study shows
13 Mount Etna is 'sliding towards the sea'
14 Australia's indigenous languages have one source, study says
15 Curiosity rover: 2,000 days on Mars
16 Tech trials to find Antarctica's 'missing' iron meteorites
17 Isambard Kingdom Brunel: The engineering giant with 'short man syndrome'
18 Virtual reality as sharp as the human eye can see?
19 Nerve agent: Who controls the world's most toxic chemicals?
20 Archaeological treasures hiding in London's mud
21 XFEL: UK signs up to super X-ray laser machine
22 Facebook 'ugly truth' growth memo haunts firm
23 Lindsay Lohan loses GTA V privacy case appeal
24 Tech Tent: Facebook's quiz question
25 MyFitnessPal breach affects millions of Under Armour users
26 Cambridge Analytica: Can targeted online ads really change a voter's behaviour?
27 iPhone update adds privacy 'transparency'
28 Cambridge Analytica files spell out election tactics
29 Brexit: Netflix 'passport' not yet decided
30 iQiyi: 'China's Netflix' shares dip in US stock debut
31 Bonus pay gap revealed at Facebook UK
32 BT made to cut rental fee for landline-only customers
33 Fortnite 'not addictive' says researcher
34 The incredible journey of a camera lost at sea
35 Making deliveries in a badly mapped world
36 Meet the female 'artpreneur' making a splash online
37 Wanted: Robot wrangler, no experience required
38 Would you eat chicken grown in a lab?
39 Staying one step ahead of the cyber-spies
40 Tech Tent: Facebook's quiz question
41 MyFitnessPal breach affects millions of Under Armour users
42 Ofsted school hijab ban stance challenged by teachers' union
43 Revise seven hours a day over Easter, says education expert
44 'Unjustifiably high salaries' paid by some academies
45 Term-time holiday rules stop children taking dance exams
46 Mum's tough love lesson divides parents
47 Malala Yousafzai returns to Pakistan for first time since shooting
48 University watchdog's regret over Toby Young appointment
49 'Intolerance' threat to university free speech
50 Grammar school success 'down to privilege'--study
51 The world's toughest place to study?
52 Linda Brown, centre of Brown v. Board civil rights case, dies
53 Teaching boys that 'real men' would stop rape
54 Why I hated university
55 Working dads lose out in workplace, say MPs
56 'I forget my PE kit deliberately'--the boys who hate sport
57 Why do schools have a massive pay gap?
58 Hospital's 'artificial feeding' letter to mothers criticised
59 NHS no to dandruff and diarrhoea treatment
60 We've not got enough beds or staff--NHS bosses
61 Man has 'world's worst' super-gonorrhoea
62 The dangers that lurk in your bathroom
63 Male suicide: 'His death was the missing piece of the jigsaw'
64 Teenagers urged to take part in meningitis B vaccine trial
65 Magician Dynamo opens up about Crohn's struggle
66 Carers 'need mandatory LGBT training'
67 NHS: PM to look at 'multi-year' funding plan for health service
68 Hospitals 'failing' on genetic bowel cancer test
69 Welsh health boards' deficit reaches 163 million pounds
70 Fish tank fumes land 10 in hospital
71 A blueberry muffin 'could have day's worth of sugar'
72 Why cancer strikes more women than men in India
73 Does the NHS face another year's misery?
74 NHS pay deal set to be signed off
75 If the Falling Chinese Space Station Hits You, Is Anyone Liable?
76 Weirdly Dimmable 'Alien Megastar' Darkens Again
77 Why Is Orange Snow Falling Across Eastern Europe?
78 Black Holes Devour Stars, Spit Out Clues to How Galaxies Grow
79 Why Is China's Space Station Falling to Earth in the First Place?
80 China's Out-Of-Control Space Station Is Nowhere Near the Biggest Thing to Fall from Space
81 Actually, China's Space Station Will Be Torn to Bits as It Plummets to Earth
82 This Medieval Mother Had a Gruesome 'Coffin Birth' After Medieval Brain Surgery
83 You Could Soon Buy an 'Artificial Meteor Shower'--for a Hefty Fee
84 Why Aren't There Any Supersize Whales?
85 Reference: The Riddle of Twin Telepathy
86 Reference: Vaginal Birth vs. C-Section: Pros & Cons
87 Meet Your Interstitium, a Newfound 'Organ'
88 Mount Etna Is Slip-Sliding Toward the Sea
89 Doomed 19th-Century Arctic Explorers Suffer in 'The Terror,' but Their Real Story Was Even Worse
90 Oldest Human DNA from Africa Reveals Clues About a Mysterious Ancient Culture
91 Here's Why Antibiotics May Give Viruses a Leg Up
92 Divers Search for Wreckage of Mystery US Hercules Crash
93 New Images Spot Elusive 'Snacking' Brain Cells
94 What Makes an E-Cig Taste Good May also Make It Toxic
95 Mysterious Geoglyphs Reveal Amazon Was Densely Populated Before Columbus
96 Iron Age People in Scotland Really Knew How to Party, Ancient Trash Heap Reveals
97 Here's What Growing Inside Your Rubber Ducky
98 These Scientists Have a Wild Plan to Throw Salt into the Atmosphere. Here's Why.
99 Reference: Chocolate Facts, Effects & History
100 Chinese Space Station May Crash like NASA's Skylab
101 Dear Alpaca Thieves, Please Return this Alpaca's Missing Brother
102 'Demonic' Fish Glows in Eerie Photo
103 See How a Single Cell Dies in Gory, Intricate Detail
104 Archaeologists Were Surprised to Find the Mummy of an Egyptian Priestess in this 'Empty' Coffin
105 Astrophysicists Claim They Found a 'Galaxy Without Dark Matter'
106 Mysterious Brown Spots on King Tut's Tomb Are 'Dead'
107 Oldest Human Footprints in North America Discovered: Here's What They Reveal
108 Gonorrhea's Always Bad, but this Man's Case Might Be the 'Worst Ever'