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1 DNA reveals how pitcher plants evolved to become flesh-eaters
2 Earth's deepest ocean trenches contain high levels of pollution
3 Pregnant reptile fossil suggests bird ancestors gave birth to live young
4 Organic material discovered on dwarf planet Ceres hints at potential for life
5 Alien solar system of seven Earth-sized planets orbiting nearby dwarf star could be rich with water and life
6 Bees learn new tricks from one another in world-first for insects
7 Fossilised filaments from hot ocean vent claimed to be earliest evidence of life on Earth
8 N/A
9 Why is NASA going to visit the giant metal asteroid 16 Psyche?
10 Ancient dental plaque shows some Neanderthals ate plants and used drugs
11 DNA confirms Aboriginal people have a long-lasting connection to country
12 Plant-like fossils, believed to be red algae, found in 1.6 billion-year-old rocks
13 Coral bleaching: Extreme heat pushes parts of the Great Barrier Reef beyond recovery
14 Kaikoura: 'Most complex quake ever studied'
15 Fruit-shaped sensor 'can improve freshness'
16 'New' wave-like cloud finally wins official recognition
17 Dinosaur crater's clue to origin of life
18 Major shake-up suggests dinosaurs may have 'UK origin'
19 Sea otters ahead of dolphins in using tools
20 Fossil named after Sir David Attenborough
21 UK schoolboy corrects NASA data error
22 NASA 'smallsats' open up new planetary frontier
23 Genetically-modified crops have benefits--Princess Anne
24 Tiny genetic change lets bird flu leap to humans
25 Rosetta saw cliffs collapse on comet
26 How an obscure seed is helping to save the elephant
27 Virtual reality could spot concussion in footballers
28 Space view of Earth's magnetic rocks
29 Scientists trace South Georgia's giant ice history
30 How fake data could lead to failed crops and other woes
31 The rapid spread of Australia's cane toad pests
32 Guyana tribe goes hi-tech to protect its land
33 Hans Rosling, population prophet: Five final thoughts
34 Tomorrow's cities: Are your shoes giving away data?
35 Russian man pleads guilty over $500 million malware scam
36 Google advertising row spreads to US brands
37 Spear-phishing scammer demanded sex show
38 Two major US technology firms 'tricked out of $100m'
39 Facebook Live victim 'afraid to go home'
40 London-Paris electric flight 'in decade'
41 Plusnet fined 880,000 pounds for billing former customers
42 Twitter shuts 377,000 'terrorism' accounts
43 Kenya Revenue Authority 'lost $39 million to hacker'
44 UK flight ban on electronic devices announced
45 Bank cheques to be cleared within a day
46 Malaysia screen legend gets Google tribute
47 How fake data could lead to failed crops and other woes
48 Is robotics a solution to the growing needs of the elderly?
49 Big data unites the study of stars with cancer research
50 Where liberal fight goes in the age of Trump
51 The 'invisible epidemic' [hearing loss] afflicting millions globally
52 Can Google police YouTube?
53 Google advertising row spreads to US brands
54 Drop in teacher training recruits revealed
55 Pinner school faces closure after chalk mine discovery
56 Doncaster primary school investigates pupil's walkout
57 Warning over segregation in England's schools
58 Head teachers to get 3.5 million pounds support scheme
59 School governors point to 'diabolical' budget squeeze
60 Teachers' unions merge to make super-union
61 PMQs: May gets personal with Corbyn over grammar schools
62 Heads increase pressure over school funding
63 Body cams for teachers cannot be dismissed, union says
64 Pupils need internet lessons to thrive online, say Lords
65 Head teacher retains powerlifting title
66 Everton FC: The football club that teaches troubled children
67 Shocking cut could cost us a teacher, says Midlands head
68 The joy of stocks: The weird world of stock photos
69 Should pupils have to learn sign language?
70 Is school funding the next crisis?
71 Drug 'reverses' aging in animal tests
72 Bed delay transfer figures reveal areas worst affected
73 Teenage pregnancies down to record low
74 Luke Jenkins death: Family receive 100,000 pounds settlement
75 Risky operation removes parasitic twin from baby
76 Right-to-die case: I face unbearable death
77 'Wide awake drunk' on energy drinks and alcohol mix
78 Baby teeth removals 'up 24% in a decade'
79 Spider venom may offer stroke therapy
80 Canterbury hospital junior doctors moved over lack of training
81 Doctor admits misleading over Ebola
82 Skin creams containing paraffin linked to fire deaths
83 London attack: The heroes who rushed to help
84 Could your barber save your life?
85 Andiamo: How a boy died and his parents had a medical brainwave
86 How one woman beat her mental illness by helping others
87 Oxford University launches 10 million pounds marijuana research programme
88 Obesity crisis: Is this the food that is making us all fat?
89 Should the NHS have its own tax?
90 Shift in thought [rethinking the classification of ancient human fossils]
91 Westerlund 1-26: Hubble finds one of universe's largest stars
92 How these 1.6 billion-year-old fossils could reveal clues about the origins of algae
93 Hungry, hungry spiders eat more than 400 million tons of insects a year
94 How does this polka dot tree frog glow in the dark?
95 April the Giraffe 'at the end of the pregnancy,' say zookeepers
96 How does a water bear survive desiccation?
97 As Earth got hotter, early mammals responded by getting smaller
98 Declassified: How cold war movies are blowing up atomic bomb models
99 Titan's 'magic islands' may actually be fizzy nitrogen bubbles
100 Spring equinox 2017: What is an equinox, anyway?
101 Loaded with science, SpaceX Dragon capsule splashes back to Earth
102 Can parrots make each other laugh?
103 To save the future, conservationists look to the past
104 With budget boost, Trump shifts NASA's gaze from Earth to Mars
105 Rusty-patched bee finally gets its endangered listing
106 Fossilized shrimp joins band of species named for naturalist David Attenborough
107 Could conservation provide ground for peace in conflict zones?
108 New thinking [using origami for science applications]
109 Rare red-legged frog could be making a comeback
110 Is there a link between dinosaurs' extinction and this Martian volcano?
111 Scientists get 'hip' to major findings and a shakeup in the dinosaur family tree