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1 The West's Largest Coal Plant May Close
2 Tiny, 540-Million-Year-Old Human Ancestor Didn't Have an Anus
3 Looking for Dr. Right? Check Yelp
4 38,000-Year-Old Rock Art Discovered in France
5 Butt-First, Ants Have No Problem Navigating Backward
6 SpaceX's Elon Musk Seeks Twitter Help to Change Trump Immigration Order
7 'Alien' Life Could Exist High in Earth's Atmosphere
8 Help Me, Obi-Wan! New Hologram Technology Mimics 'Star Wars'
9 Be a Space Archaeologist! Explore Sites with Online Platform
10 Brain-Stimulating Activities May Keep Seniors Sharp
11 How Winter Weather May Affect Hospital Admissions
12 Science and Technology Leaders React to Trump's 'Muslim Ban'
13 Ancient 'Naked' Worm Did a Little Dance to Catch Seafood
14 Hunt for Antarctica's 'missing meteorites'
15 'Startling' dinosaur protein discovery
16 The secret trade in baby chimps
17 Scientists find 'oldest human ancestor'
18 Restoring native plants 'boosts pollination'
19 Malaria drugs fail for first time on patients in UK
20 Seeds offer clue to domesticated plants' larger size
21 UK 'need not fear electricity blackouts' says ex-National Grid boss
22 Researchers seek evidence on gardens and well-being
23 Shark-inspired drug may help treat fibrosis, researchers say
24 Amazon Reef: First images of new coral system
25 Australia's 'fairy possum' faces uncertain future
26 Huge otter fossil, millions of years old, discovered in China
27 Ants use Sun and memories to navigate
28 The fire that may have saved the Apollo programme
29 Elon Musk: I'm Trump's voice of reason
30 Monstrous spiders and centipedes that prey on large animals
31 The dental nurse who became an alligator catcher
32 Tech firms back legal fight against Trump's travel ban
33 Ocado trials fruit-picking robot
34 AI program beats humans in poker game
35 US halts internet 'six strikes' anti-piracy scheme
36 Website crowdsources archaeological digs
37 Hungry penguins help keep car code safe
38 'Father of Pac-Man' Masaya Nakamura dies
39 Sony takes $1 billion charge on movie business
40 Virtual reality 'could help treat vertigo'
41 Fugitive arrested in US scam credit card case
42 Robots could help solve social care crisis, say academics
43 How virtual reality is shaking up the music industry
44 The groups giving old tech a new life
45 How we started the Arab world's biggest music service
46 Robots and drones take over classrooms
47 Why this Chinese New Year will be a digital money fest
48 TV from the sun: 'Now I am connected to the whole world'
49 Tech Tent: Winners and losers in the 'gig' economy
50 Silicon Valley lashes out at Trump ban
51 League tables 'mislead on school success'
52 West Sussex governors threaten 'strike' over school funding
53 Term-time holiday case heard in Supreme Court
54 Parents want more voice in school policy
55 Apprenticeship targets 'poor value for money,' says IFS
56 More Welsh schools move into top 'green' annual rating
57 'Alarming' number of teacher attacks, NUT Cymru says
58 Michaela School advertises for 'tough love' detention role
59 Term-time holiday fines are under review in some areas
60 Schools cherry-picking pupils who apply mid-year, says report
61 Treasury takes back 384 million pounds school funding
62 Derbyshire pupils wear slippers at school to get 'better grades'
63 School walking bus tackles lateness and absenteeism
64 South African e-learning to reach excluded
65 Cable warns of 'appalling' record on skills
66 Girl Power: How can books empower young girls?
67 Could tuition fees really cost 54,000 pounds?
68 Meet the mum with quadruplet toddlers
69 Should all countries use the Shanghai maths method?
70 Cable warns of 'appalling' record on skills
71 Term-time holiday fines are under review in some areas
72 Robots could help solve social care crisis, say academics
73 Bangladeshi girl may be first female with 'tree man syndrome'
74 Australia's deadly relationship with heat
75 Malaria drugs fail for first time on patients in UK
76 Shark-inspired drug may help treat fibrosis, researchers say
77 Free soda: France bans unlimited sugary drink refills
78 Virtual reality 'could help treat vertigo'
79 Boy Scouts of America to let transgender children join
80 Girl, 9, diagnosed with 'one in a million' BPAN disorder
81 Human-pig 'chimera embryos' detailed
82 Smart baby-trackers mostly unnecessary, say US doctors
83 Girls lose faith in their own talents by the age of six
84 Sex is painful for nearly one in 10 women, study finds
85 Teenager charged over 'Darth Vader' tablet incident
86 Breast pumps baffle airport staff
87 Which foods can improve your gut bacteria?
88 'Don't give us flak for trying to fit in,' transgender woman says
89 What would you do for your best friend?
90 Tomorrow's Cities: What can be done to improve air quality?
91 'Down and anxious'--when loneliness hits
92 Child gene study identifies new developmental disorders
93 D-Wave upgrade: How scientists are using the world's most controversial quantum computer
94 Plant biologists welcome their robot overlords
95 Big science has a buzzword problem
96 How to find the right answer when the 'wisdom of the crowd' fails
97 Neuroscience: Big brain, big data
98 World's foremost institute on death and disease metrics gets massive cash boost
99 First look at LSD in action reveals acid-trip biochemistry
100 Hybrid zoo: Introducing pig-human embryos and a rat-mouse
101 Doomsday Clock ticks closer to apocalypse
102 Physicists doubt bold report of metallic hydrogen
103 Astronaut twin study hints at stress of space travel
104 Geneticist launches bid for US Senate
105 Researchers shocked at UK's plan to exit EU nuclear agency
106 Trump agenda threatens US legacy of science diplomacy
107 Meet the scientists affected by Trump's immigration ban
108 The Internet of Things comes to the lab
109 Obama science adviser: Trump immigration ban 'an abomination'
110 How heat from the Sun can keep us all cool
111 Gene drives thwarted by emergence of resistant organisms
112 Gender imbalance in science journals is still pervasive
113 Demand decisions based on evidence, not ideology
114 The time is ripe to reform the World Health Organization
115 We must urgently clarify data-sharing rules
116 John Glenn (1921-2016)
117 Reform predictive policing
118 Consider drug efficacy before first-in-human trials