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1 Green groups warn of 'race to the bottom'
2 Saturn moon 'able to support life'
3 Early dinosaur relative walked like a croc
4 Renewables' deep-sea mining conundrum
5 Poo sediments record Antarctic 'penguin Pompeii'
6 Mystery of why shoelaces come undone unravelled by science
7 England nature plan 'lacking policies'
8 New shrimp species named after Pink Floyd
9 Climate change scientists' bid to drill Everest glacier
10 Great Barrier Reef: Two-thirds damaged in 'unprecedented' bleaching
11 Poultry in England allowed outside as anti-bird flu measures relaxed
12 New fiver is not so indestructible--if you know how
13 Ocean tech: Robot sea snakes and shoal-swimming subs
14 The most important fossil you've never heard of
15 April the giraffe: Zoo babies since her livestream started
16 The race to destroy space garbage
17 New York Uber drivers may get tips
18 Microsoft patched 'NSA hack' Windows flaws before leak
19 Internet pioneer Robert Taylor dies
20 Google takes Android search blow in Russia
21 Hermes begins trial using self-driving robots in London
22 The woman whose phone 'misdiagnosed HIV'
23 Netflix looks beyond US as competition mounts
24 Cleveland Facebook suspect Steve Stephens hunted in five states
25 Drones flying into prisons to be examined by new police team
26 US government 'monitored bank transfers'
27 Can Toshiba escape fate of corporate Japan's zombie hordes?
28 Swansea University smart bandage trials 'within 12 months'
29 Boy learns to drive on YouTube for McDonald's joyride
30 When did you last download a podcast?
31 Rise of the robots: What advances mean for workers
32 Meet the female entrepreneurs using tech for good
33 New 9-1 GCSE grades 'creating uncertainty for schools'
34 Poor pupils 'less likely to be at outstanding primary'
35 Teachers back moves towards primary Sats boycott
36 Special needs pupils 'lose out as budgets are squeezed'
37 Scrapped free schools 'wasted' nearly 140 million pounds, says NUT
38 Schools 'depending on parents' direct debits'
39 Teachers' union threatens strike over school budget cuts
40 Pupils 'sitting in coats' as school saves cash on heating
41 Jerusalem stabbing: Tributes paid to Hannah Bladon
42 Workload 'pushing young teachers to the brink'
43 Legal threat over 'back door' grammar school streams
44 Students face sharp rise in interest on tuition loans
45 'Touchscreen-toddlers' sleep less, researchers say
46 'Pinkification' putting girls off IT, says Dr. Hannah Dee
47 Why is Harvard ditching the puritans?
48 School budgets: Unions boosted by parents' concerns
49 Reality Check: What are 'ordinary working families'?
50 Medics use video to help parents of neo-natal babies
51 UK funding increased to fight neglected tropical diseases
52 Parents' anger at baby deaths NHS trust
53 FGM charge for Detroit doctor Jumana Nagarwala in US first
54 Nurses consider whether to strike over low pay
55 Dying man Noel Conway can fight right-to-die law
56 South Africa mourns the death of Ontlametse Phalatse
57 Dairy-free diets warning over risk to bone health
58 Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey to return to Sierra Leone
59 Charlie Gard case: Doctors can withdraw baby's life support
60 Michigan student charged in 'peanut butter hazing'
61 'Clean eating': How good is it for you?
62 'Blood contamination tore my family apart'
63 'Lucky' NHS struggles through the winter
64 10 charts that show why the NHS is in trouble
65 Could private investors fund a new wave of hospitals?
66 CRISPR studies muddy results of older gene research
67 Japanese scientists call for boycott of military research
68 Initiative aims to break science's citation paywall
69 Giant virus discovery sparks debate over tree of life
70 23andMe given green light to sell DNA tests for 10 diseases
71 Last-ditch attempt to save world's most endangered porpoise gets go-ahead
72 Mobile-phone signals bolster street-level rain forecasts
73 Prehistoric Native Americans farmed macaws in 'feather factories'
74 Billion-dollar boost sought for Canadian science
75 Muons' big moment could fuel new physics
76 Unravelling why shoelace knots fail
77 Immigration crackdowns damage health--even for unborn children
78 Antarctica's sleeping ice giant could wake soon
79 Saturn spacecraft begins science swan-song
80 Hungary's protests, coral bleaching and a neutrino anomaly
81 Mechanobiology: A measure of molecular muscle
82 How lizards get their spots
83 Miniature liver on a chip could boost US food safety
84 Joining the European Union leads to less cross-border collaboration
85 Teaching load could put female scientists at career disadvantage
86 Social scientists tell Congress: 'Don't cut our funding'
87 Nature supports the March for Science
88 The 100-year-old challenge to Darwin that is still making waves in research
89 US foreign aid saves money as well as lives
90 Cutting collaborations will not put 'America first'
91 Make perovskite solar cells stable
92 Track how technology is transforming work
93 Elon Musk's New Brain-Hacking Company Faces Long Odds
94 World's Tallest Men Trace Back to Paleolithic Mammoth Hunters
95 How Have Supreme Court Decisions Changed Over Time?
96 Ghost in the Machine? Mysterious 'Sterile' Neutrinos May Not Exist
97 Touch Screens May Be Ruining Toddlers' Sleep
98 Arctic Palette: Vivid Blue-Hued Channels Cut Through Glacier (Photo)
99 March for Science Organizers to Kickstart New Social Movement
100 Amber Tomb Trapped Ancient, Termite-Loving Beetles
101 Bad News: Artificial Intelligence Is Racist, Too
102 Potential Energy Source for Life Spotted on Saturn Moon Enceladus
103 Here's What Happens During a Fentanyl Overdose
104 Women's Periods Don't Really Sync Up When They Live Together
105 Looking for the Best Profile Pic? Ask a Stranger
106 Bushmen Painted Earliest Rock Art in Southern Africa 5,000 Years Ago
107 Inside the Lab that's Producing the First AI-Generated Pop Album
108 Just Add Heat: New 4D-Printed Objects Morph on Cue
109 Beauty and the Beast: Why Are We Fascinated by Human-Animal Mates?
110 Half a Million Easter Toys Recalled for Risk to Kids