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1 Liquid water 'lake' revealed on Mars
2 Gene editing is GM, says European Court
3 China fossil tells new supercontinent story
4 Recycled packaging 'may end up in landfill,' warns watchdog
5 Lovell lights: turning a telescope into an art installation
6 Arctic wild goose chase threatens chicks as temperatures rise
7 Hyperloop test pod sets speed record
8 Wanted: Inspiring name for Europe's 2020 Mars rover
9 The cost of Trump's Endangered Species Act proposal
10 Is UK barbecue charcoal fuelling global deforestation?
11 Whale killing: DNA shows Iceland whale was rare hybrid
12 Slowing Gulf Stream current to boost warming for 20 years
13 Welcome to the Meghalayan Age--a new phase in history
14 Kuri the cute home robot gets canned by Bosch
15 Porn site showed men 'tricked into gay sex'
16 Jobseekers 'more likely to deactivate Facebook'
17 Kylie Jenner and David Beckham make Instagram rich list
18 Chrome browser flags Daily Mail and other sites as 'not secure'
19 Police facial recognition system faces legal challenge
20 Facebook plans office in China
21 NHS: New health secretary Matt Hancock says use more apps
22 Seven o'clock is peak time for pizza
23 UK snooping 'unlawful for more than decade'
24 Russian hackers penetrate US power stations
25 Facebook angers Flanders with Rubens ban
26 Heathrow scanner trial could ease airport liquid ban
27 Kuwaiti influencer defends controversial remarks on Filipino workers
28 What is 5G and what will it mean for you?
29 The mega-machines helping China link the world
30 Is killing the boom the key to supersonic air travel?
31 Life before Google: What was it like?
32 Rose gold: The fashion trend that just won't go away
33 Tech Tent: Would you pay for Android?
34 Facebook investigates data firm Crimson Hexagon
35 Excluded pupils 'abandoned by schools'
36 Closing disadvantage gap will take 'over a century'
37 Warning over suntan lotion application
38 Classroom teachers up to 3.5% pay rise
39 Millions of families 'worse off' than 15 years ago
40 Record number of severely obese children
41 French school in row over tracking pupils electronically
42 More than half of homeless families in work, says Shelter
43 Broadford Primary School has SATs results annulled
44 Teen mums: 'We're not all reckless and careless'
45 Parents set to lose right to veto sex education at age 15
46 Making a drama out of a TB crisis
47 Jenson Button: 'Engineering skill beats natural talent'
48 Holiday childcare: Five ways to beat the cost
49 Home alone: 'It made me feel that I was unloved'
50 Holiday childcare: 'I'm lucky--my sister has my child'
51 Louise Brown: World's first IVF baby's family archive unveiled
52 Babies die after mums given Viagra in Dutch trial
53 NHS contract with Capita could have put patients at risk
54 HPV jab will be given to boys, government says
55 Aston Hall: Dr. Kenneth Milner 'would have been quizzed' for rape
56 NHS preparing to 'stockpile' drugs for no deal Brexit
57 Optician's eye test 'could spot early dementia signs'
58 Antidepressant prescriptions for children on the rise
59 Scottish prescription costs rise by 25% over 10 years
60 Taxi 'hero' praised for looking after woman with dementia
61 Morrisons 'quiet hour' for autistic shopping introduced
62 Beating the Bulge
63 Tainted love
64 Ebola: How a killer disease was stopped in its tracks
65 The women choosing to love their natural grey hair
66 Tech an early priority for health secretary
67 Shipman, Bristol, Stafford, Morecambe Bay--and now Gosport
68 NHS plan: What we still need to know
69 A Stash of a Quadrillion Tons of Diamonds May Be Hiding Deep Inside Earth
70 CRISPR Gene Editing May Be Doing More Damage than Scientists Thought
71 Right Again, Einstein: Special Relativity Works Even in Ghostly High-Energy Neutrinos
72 Why 8 Endangered Rhinos Died in Mission to Save Them
73 Reference: Gonorrhea: Symptoms & Treatment
74 Liver Cancer Death Rates Rise as Overall Cancer Death Rates Fall in the US
75 This Magnetic Wire Could One Day Pull Cancer Cells from Your Blood
76 12-Million-Ton Iceberg Threatens Greenland Village
77 Scientists May Have Wildly Underestimated the Giant Dinosaurs of the Ancient World
78 Why Does Pregnancy Cause Weird Dreams?
79 UK-Based Think Tank Says Editing Human Embryos Is 'Morally Permissible'
80 Jupiter Now Has a Whopping 79 Moons
81 Lava Bomb Slams Boat Tour in Hawaii, Injuring 23
82 This Big-Eyed, Deep-Sea Shark Looks like an Anime Character
83 CDC Chief Says Son Nearly Died from Cocaine Laced with Fentanyl
84 Reference: What Is Dry Cleaning?
85 Butterflies Sip Turtle Tears in Stunning Video
86 Why Do Crows Copulate with Corpses?
87 Does Eating Beef Jerky Cause Psychiatric Symptoms? Not So Fast.
88 Can Elon Musk Fix Flint's Water Problems?
89 Conservatives More Likely to Know 'the Meaning of Life' than Liberals, Massive Study Finds
90 Oldest Fossil of a Baby Snake Discovered Trapped in Amber Tomb
91 Salmon with a Side of Squirm: Woman Finds Wriggling Worm in Fillet
92 More Pregnant Women Are Having Heart Attacks. But Why?
93 This Woman Stumbled into a 'Hobo Parsnip' Plant. Days Later, Her Legs Were Severely Burned.
94 We Are Now Living in a New Geologic Age, Experts Say
95 No, Caffeine Doesn't Help You Lose Weight
96 Drone Reveals Massive Stonehenge-Like Circular Monument in Ireland
97 Why the July 27 Lunar Eclipse Will Last So Freakishly Long
98 This Robot Just Wants to Hug a Jellyfish Without Committing Jellymurder
99 'Alien' Mummy DNA Probe May Have Crossed Ethical Lines
100 Arctic Circle Burns as Record Heat Broils Northern Europe
101 Mystery of Spiky-Skulled Utah Dinosaur Solved
102 Your Earliest Memory Probably Never Happened
103 That Massive Black Sarcophagus Was Opened. Here's What's Inside.
104 Diabetes May Increase Risk for Cancer, Especially for Women
105 Reference: Syphilis: Symptoms & Treatment
106 This Creepy Hole-Fish Is So Excited to Eat Literally Anything
107 Century-Old Burials of 95 Convict Slaves Uncovered in Texas
108 South Korean Company Claims Sunken Russian Warship Contains $132 Billion Worth of Gold
109 Woman Tried to Treat Athlete's Foot with Raw Garlic. It Burned Through Her Toe.
110 This Week's Strangest Science News