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1 China's quantum satellite in big leap
2 'Little sunfish' robot to swim in to Fukushima reactor
3 Dams could 'permanently damage Amazon'
4 Air pollution plan 'unfair' on local authorities
5 Juncker rejects US climate deal re-negotiation
6 Ancient bird like 'a kangaroo-sized flying turkey'
7 'Bottled nature' helps ease dental pain
8 The battle for nesting sites among the birds and the bees
9 Bloodhound supersonic car set for October trials
10 Global hotspots for alien invasions revealed
11 The oldest living thing on Earth
12 Ivory Coast jail sentences for chimpanzee traffickers
13 'Monster' rocket 'selfie' delights India
14 The Mexican doctor rehydrating the dead
15 Bloodhound Diary: Learning from the past
16 How the world's first accountants counted on cuneiform
17 How does a duck change its sex?
18 NHS cyber-attack was 'launched from North Korea'
19 UK's fraud hotspots revealed by Which?
20 Tech Tent--gaming futures, Uber culture and a rocket man
21 India internet shutdowns 'violate human rights'
22 Programmers who use spaces 'paid more'
23 Legal threat shuts down GTA game toolkit
24 Amazon to buy Whole Foods for $13.7bn
25 Facebook reveals measures to remove terrorist content
26 Mobile operator Three fined over 999 call issue
27 Spotify hits more than 140 million users
28 Birmingham hacker admits stealing US military data
29 Swedish man Kaj Linna released from prison after podcast sparks retrial
30 Bat-Signal shines in honour of Batman star Adam West
31 'How foul-mouthed hackers messed up my life'
32 Future Energy: Will buses be run on coffee?
33 E3 2017: Mario caps Nintendo's triumphant comeback
34 How BAE sold cyber-surveillance tools to Arab states
35 E3 2017: Xbox's vanishing virtual reality strategy
36 University of East Anglia in students' personal data breach
37 Gainsborough schools abandon shorter summer break policy
38 North missing out on learning languages
39 Top university under 'ransomware' cyber-attack
40 'Sweeping' new powers for Scottish head teachers
41 Young deeply pessimistic about social mobility, survey says
42 Don't wrap girls in cotton wool, says private school leader
43 Open University overhaul risks job cuts
44 School places pressure hits secondaries
45 Term 'genius' alienates women, says Cambridge lecturer
46 New child cruelty sentencing guidelines proposed
47 Norway to ban full-face veil in nurseries, schools and universities
48 'Trump' children's word of the year
49 Lauren Child: New Children's Laureate worried about equality in books
50 Did Michael Gove really try to stop teaching climate change?
51 London fire: Some victims will be kept unconscious for days
52 Coconut oil 'as unhealthy as beef fat and butter'
53 Heroic public sector staff deserve more pay--Hunt
54 'Monumental U-turn' on cancer drug
55 Scottish food watchdog wants 'revolution' on food sales
56 Pregnant women smoking rates 'concern' in England
57 Catch whooping cough and get 3,500 pounds
58 Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey meets disease survivors
59 Drug that creates a 'real sun-tan' could prevent cancer
60 Abortion: NI women not entitled to NHS terminations in England
61 'Seductive names' make vegetables more appealing
62 Footballer Joe Thompson, 28, on his second cancer diagnosis
63 Researchers question whether parasite discovered in carp could target native fish
64 Why are humans still drawn to fire after thousands of years?
65 Stranded humpback whale euthanased after failed rescue attempt on NSW coast
66 Dr. Jane Goodall arrives in Perth, encourages WA students to act to protect the planet
67 Traditional 'seagull' egg harvest underway amid concern over low bird numbers
68 Endangered desert animals take refuge in man-made homes in outback science project
69 University of Western Australia researchers develop 'kitty litter' method of storing gas
70 LWP Technologies: Shareholders seek answers over fracking tech firm's lost millions in value
71 Brain injury treatment Etanercept in line for trials, legalisation after push by Queensland families
72 How to back up life on Earth ahead of any doomsday event
73 Static electricity: Cool dry air and what you wear is behind your electrifying touch
74 Inside the Australian PlantBank: The vault securing the future of NSW flora
75 Scientists fight to make invasive pest control palatable to the public
76 Big Milk Freeze challenge splashes motor neurone disease into spotlight in Gippsland
77 Child injuries cost Australia $2 billion over 10 years, experts call for national prevention plan
78 Women better than men at reading thoughts and emotions by looking at eyes, study shows
79 Great American Eclipse lures Newcastle couple across globe to glimpse rare sight
80 How data can make dairy farming more profitable
81 Driverless cars could transform regional Australia, if telecommunications woes solved
82 Skin cancer: Squamous cell carcinoma trial offers some patients hope of avoiding chemotherapy
83 Nobel-equivalent Kyoto Prize awarded to Australian scientist Graham Farquhar
84 Scientists discover how temperature causes sex swap process in reptile eggs
85 Dr. Karl: How to win at the pokies
86 Giant cousins of brush turkey roamed ancient Australia
87 Dear Science: Are you sure you're right-handed?
88 Chinese scientists use satellite to smash quantum entanglement distance record
89 Boy Dies Days After Swimming: What Is 'Dry Drowning'?
90 Reference: The Crop Circle Mystery: A Closer Look
91 Reference: Lower Back Pain: Causes, Relief and Treatment
92 The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
93 'Liquid Light' Can Bend Around Objects in a Frictionless Flow
94 12 Possible Reasons We Haven't Found Aliens
95 Why Are the Vermilion Cliffs So Red?
96 Fidget Spinners: What They Are, How They Work and Why the Controversy
97 Tourette Syndrome: Finally, Something to Shout About
98 'Flammable Ice' Harvesting Could Spell Trouble for the Climate
99 Talking to E.T.? Why Math May Be the Best Language
100 After 75 Years, Anne Frank's Diary Still Holds Lessons for Us All
101 Medieval Farmers May Have Skinned Cats for Pagan Rituals
102 1,600-Year-Old Paintings of Christ Discovered in Roman Catacombs
103 Comet Likely Didn't Cause Bizarre 'Wow!' Signal (But Aliens Might Have)
104 Zesty Zucchini? Indulgently Named Veggies More Appealing
105 Massive Poppy Bust: Why Home-Grown Opium Is Rare
106 Cicadas Are Coming! Brood VI Returns After 17 Years
107 How Scientists Predict the Path of the 2017 Total Solar Eclipse
108 Renaissance Mom: Leonardo Da Vinci's Mother Identified
109 Why Atheist Richard Dawkins Supports Religious Education in Schools
110 How Your Education Level May Be Linked to Your Risk of Heart Disease
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