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1 Optical secrets of disulfide nanotubes are disclosed
2 Fire-resistant nanocontainers
3 High photoresponsivity in modified upon maskless processing graphene detectors
4 Individual silver nanoparticles observed in real time
5 Researchers use nanotechnology to improve the accuracy of measuring devices
6 Future electronic components to be printed like newspapers
7 Puzzling results explained--a multiband approach to Coulomb drag and indirect excitons
8 Solar supercapacitor could power future of wearable sensors
9 Splitting water: Nanoscale imaging yields key insights
10 A safe and effective way to whiten teeth
11 Hydrogen from water in iron nanotruss structures
12 Water desalination picks up the pace
13 Nanotech diagnostic can indicate cancer or thrombotic risk in one drop of blood
14 An atom-thick graphene membrane for industrial gas separation
15 Nanocrystal links could lead to better electronics, scientists say
16 In borophene, boundaries are no barrier--researchers make and test atom-thick boron's unique domains
17 Single-celled architects inspire new nanotechnology
18 X-ray triggered nano-bubbles to target cancer
19 Small height evolved twice on 'Hobbit' island of Flores
20 Too hot? In 1858 a heatwave turned London into a stinking sewer
21 Engineered pig lung transplant 'a success'
22 A bird's eye view: Songbirds perceive color like humans
23 Stonehenge: First residents from west Wales
24 Plastic pollution: How one woman found a new source of warming gases hidden in waste
25 Lemur extinction: Vast majority of species under threat
26 Fields medal: UK refugee's major maths award stolen
27 How Greenland scorched its underside
28 Trial to test if GM fed salmon are more nutritious
29 Tracking Scotland's wildfires from space
30 Dengue fever outbreak stopped by special mosquitoes
31 Heatwave: Why is Heathrow so hot?
32 Fortnite to skip Google Play on Android
33 Tech Tent: Who can topple trillion-dollar Apple?
34 Apple's challenge: Perfect what's next
35 Amazon removes Nazi-themed goods from its store
36 Dating apps: Tinder, Chappy and Bumble 'least preferred' way to meet people
37 Easier streaming services put dent in illegal downloading
38 Amazon tax bill falls despite profits leap
39 Apple is first public company worth $1 trillion
40 Fitbit faces anger for setting limits on women's periods
41 Deepmind co-founder Shane Legg gives London teen top AI tips
42 Phone and internet use: Number of mobile calls drops for first time
43 Reddit's hack response causes concern
44 Idaho inmates hack prison system and steal $225,000 in credits
45 PewDiePie 'sorry' for meme mocking Demi Lovato
46 The crop-spraying drones that go where tractors can't
47 Phone etiquette: How not to lose friends
48 Google: An A to Z of search results
49 The face behind a stock image: How I gave away my face for free
50 The country that's 'high risk, high return' for start-ups
51 How Jeff Bezos took Amazon to the top
52 'We're with my disabled brother round the clock'
53 Education system 'facing severe financial challenges'
54 Parents who saved their only child by giving her away
55 British Sign Language: GCSE plan after boy's campaign
56 Councils want National Citizen Service funding for youth services
57 Tokyo Medical University 'changed female exam scores'
58 Brownies launch aviation badge to encourage girls to become pilots
59 Grammar schools: Thousands of new places created
60 Every university 'needs' Alcoholics Anonymous meetings
61 Pupils unable to read is 'a scandal,' says minister
62 Oxford University student graduates aged 95
63 Bangladesh teenagers demanding road safety paralyse Dhaka
64 School where refugees are the teachers
65 'I thought my summer job was a punishment'
66 Could Love Island hold the key to lasting happiness?
67 Hospital sepsis deaths 'jump by a third'
68 Low levels of air pollution linked to changes in the heart
69 Tongue splitting: Surgeons warn of serious health risks
70 Give new mums baby boxes to reduce co-sleeping risks, midwives say
71 Muckamore Hospital: Five patients assaulted by staff
72 Life on steroids: 'It's my personal choice'
73 Hundreds of GP out-of-hours shifts unfilled in Wales
74 Drug makers Sanofi and Novartis stockpiling for Brexit
75 Facebook and Instagram introduce time limit tool
76 Too hot? In 1858 a heatwave turned London into a stinking sewer
77 Vagina rejuvenating therapies 'pose serious risk'
78 Learning how to read emotions aged nine
79 Alcohol and dementia--is moderate drinking safe?
80 What having HIV taught me about sex, love and myself
81 'I'm 28 and I've never had an orgasm...'
82 The scuba dive that crushed my spine
83 Will the EHIC be valid after Brexit?
84 Why did more people die in depths of last winter?
85 Star Zooms Past Monster Black Hole, Confirms Relativity
86 Who Discovered Mars, Anyway? A Look Back at the History of the Red Planet
87 Look Up this Weekend for Closest Mars Views Since 2003
88 Worms Frozen for 42,000 Years in Siberian Permafrost Wriggle to Life
89 Why Is the US One of the 'Most Dangerous' Places in the Developed World to Give Birth?
90 April the Giraffe Is Pregnant Again. Yes, Her Cam Is Up and Running.
91 Shocking Global Map Shows the Extent of a Global Heat Wave
92 The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
93 Reference: Facts About Rainforests
94 Why Do Some of Us Shiver When We Pee?
95 Are These Corals Feeding, or Is this an Underwater Dance Party?
96 Longest Lunar Eclipse of the Century Dazzles Skywatchers
97 How Close Are We, Really, to Curing Cancer with CRISPR?
98 Weird Volcanoes Are Erupting Across the Solar System
99 Oldest Evidence for Life on Land Unearthed in South Africa
100 Another Dark-Matter Search Fails--Shedding Light on the Universe
101 The Sun Had a Wild Youth. And These Blue Crystals Prove It.
102 How Do You Know if Your Cut Has Flesh-Eating Bacteria?
103 String Theory May Create Far Fewer Universes than Thought
104 This Swirling Algal Bloom Mixes Beauty and Danger
105 Where's the Tomb of King Tut's Wife? Valley of the Kings Dig Leaves Mystery
106 Geometry Has a New Shape. Meet the 'Scutoid.'
107 Is Getting Your Genome Screened at a Doctor's Appointment a Good Idea?
108 Large Hadron Collider Just Spat Electron-ified Atoms to Almost the Speed of Light
109 Why Are Dozens of Dead Animals Washing Up on Florida Beaches?