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1 Antarctic iceberg: Giant 'white wanderer' poised to break free
2 Bringing nature into your backyard
3 Air quality: Challenge against government plan rejected
4 Raw waste water use on farms is '50% higher' than estimated
5 'Brightest minds' key to future science success
7 Giant croc had teeth like a T. rex
8 Scientists explain ancient Rome's long-lasting concrete
9 Frog evolution linked to dinosaur asteroid strike
10 Hawking says Trump's climate stance could damage Earth
11 UK research chief 'will not direct science'
12 Vaquita porpoise: Dolphins deployed to save rare species
13 How to eavesdrop on urban bats with smart sensors
14 'Boaty McBoatface' submarine returns home
15 Satellite mega-constellation production begins
16 Petya hackers issue fresh ransom demand
17 Call for a ban on child sex robots
18 Virgin Media 'falling short' on broadband speeds
19 Alibaba reveals Echo-like smart speaker
20 Afghan girl roboticists denied US visas
21 Hackers steal Bitcoin funds from Bithumb exchange traders
22 Google NHS deal rebuked again by DeepMind panel
23 Amazon and eBay images broken by Photobucket's 'ransom demand'
24 Volvo goes electric across the board
25 US laptop ban lifted on Emirates and Turkish Airlines
26 Ukraine cyber-attack: Software firm MeDoc's servers seized
27 'I'm a creep': Tech boss Dave McClure resigns after harassment claims
28 US stock glitch: What can you buy for $123.47?
29 This is why Ed Sheeran quit Twitter
30 The 'Babypod' carrier that comes with an F1 pedigree
31 Wimbledon 2017: Finding new fans for a famous tennis brand
32 Why your bananas could soon cost more in the afternoon
33 Retro gaming: Why players are returning to the classics
34 Ant power: Take a ride on a bus that runs on formic acid
35 Tech Tent: Europe moves to fine big US tech firms
36 Silicon Valley's women have spoken. Now what?
37 Student debt rising to more than 50,000 pounds, says IFS
38 Students boasted of voting twice, MP says
39 Primary tests: Two-fifths fail to meet standard
40 Tories drop plan to end universal free lunches for infants
41 New students 'unprepared for university'
42 Ministers 'in the dark' over scale of child vulnerability
43 Heads push MPs for answers on school funding
44 Ministers accused of 'retreat on education manifesto'
45 'Government under-spends sixth-form budget by 200 million pounds'
46 Teachers' fears over Prevent anti-terror programme
47 Limiting time online 'won't protect children'
48 Nursery free hours extra cash worth 'less than a stamp'
49 Southend mother rejects 'school attendance prize'
50 Norfolk schoolboy put in isolation for short hair cut
51 How do you train to be a tennis umpire?
52 Secret German peacemaker in Northern Ireland
53 The brother and sister with a 15,000 pounds student debt gap
54 Inside the secret and lucrative world of 'the super tutor'
55 Who really goes to a food bank?
56 Is a peace scholarship worth pursuing?
57 Rihanna tweets world leaders and Justin Trudeau is the latest to respond
58 Who really goes to a food bank?
59 What now for grammar schools?
60 Sharp focus on Alzheimer's may help target drugs
61 NHS 'rationing leaves patients in pain'
62 Women graduates 'desperately' freeze eggs over 'lack of men'
63 Extreme gardening to help tackle malaria
64 Charlie Gard: Boris Johnson says baby cannot be moved to Vatican
65 Patient prescription fines 'double in a year'
66 Grenfell Tower fire: Three hospitals fail fire safety checks
67 FGM: More than 5,000 newly-recorded cases in England
68 Chief medical officer calls for gene testing revolution
69 What the brain's wiring looks like
70 Family's bid to return E.coli woman to Scotland
71 Bereaved parents warn teenagers over meningitis risk
72 Painless flu jab patch for people scared of injections
73 Is there institutional racism in mental health care?
74 How I saved the NHS 22 million pounds, says mum
75 'I book home care for my mum online'
76 NHS under pressure: What is happening to A&E services?
77 British students flock to Eastern Europe to study medicine
78 How lack of sleep affects the brain
79 NHS--planning for winter already
80 Is NHS rationing a possibility?
81 Reference: Lake Ontario Facts
82 Reference: Great Facts About the Five Great Lakes
83 Reference: What Are Genies?
84 Nanotech's Big Ideas: From Tumor Zappers to Space Elevators
85 Has Anyone Ever Gone Blind from Staring at a Solar Eclipse?
86 Air Pollution May Make Solar Panels Less Efficient
87 Do Some People Really Think Chocolate Milk Comes from Brown Cows?
88 Do Smokers' Lungs Heal After They Quit?
89 Secret Square Discovered Beneath Neolithic Stone Monument
90 New Island Pops Up Off the Coast of North Carolina
91 Ancient Roman Skulls Reveal Local Groups' Distinctive Facial Features
92 Artificial Synapses Could Lead to Smarter AI
93 The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
94 Reference: The Lore and Lure of Unicorns
95 Ancient Gap-Toothed Whale Led to Evolution of Efficient Filter Feeding
96 Bullied Kids More Likely to Have Loaded Guns, Report Suggests
97 How Do the Chemicals in Sunscreen Protect Your Skin?
98 'Star' in Lord Byron Poem Finally Identified
99 Animal Sex: How Western Toads Do It
100 Soap Ingredient May Be Linked to Antibiotic Resistance
101 More than a View: Windows Double as Solar Panels
102 Maria Menounos' Brain Tumor: 5 Things to Know
103 'Placenta Pills' Led to Bacterial Infection in Baby
104 Dinosaur Extinction Allowed Frogs to Conquer the Planet
105 How Do Fireworks Get Their Glorious Colors?
106 Common Heartburn Meds Linked to Increased Risk of Death
107 Hybrid Driving-Flying Robots Could Go Beyond the Flying Car
108 Adults with ADHD May Face Higher Risk of Dementia
109 Spam, Lovely Spam! Mystery Meat Celebrates 80th Spam-iversary
110 What Were the First Records of Solar Eclipses?