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1 Oxford-Cambridge Arc: Row over central England mega-plan
2 Climate change: Low cost, low energy cooling system shows promise
3 Splosh! How the dinosaur-killing asteroid made Chicxulub crater
4 Rising seas will swamp homes, report says
5 Archaeopteryx: The day the fossil feathers flew
6 Controversial HS2 burial site dig at London Euston begins
7 Climate change: Five cheap ways to remove CO2 from the atmosphere
8 Clever crows reveal 'window into the mind'
9 Mum's voice makes better smoke alarm for children
10 Kurtis Baute: Scientist leaves airtight dome after 15 hours
11 Single-use plastics ban approved by European Parliament
12 Young couples 'trapped in car dependency'
13 Shipwreck found in Black Sea is 'world's oldest intact'
14 Reality Check: Which form of renewable energy is cheapest?
15 The battle to curb our appetite for concrete
16 Fake moon: Could China really light up the night sky?
17 Brexit must not end free movement, Nobel scientists say
18 Driverless cars: Who should die in a crash?
19 Facebook finds more fake accounts from Iran
20 Tech Tent: Tim Cook's privacy crusade
21 Fatal 'swatting' hoaxer faces more charges
22 Google sacks dozens over sexual harassment
23 Portrait by AI program sells for $432,000
24 BA investigation into website hack reveals more victims
25 Facebook fined 500,000 pounds for Cambridge Analytica scandal
26 How WhatsApp is being abused in Brazil's elections
27 Twitter earnings boosted by major sports broadcasts
28 BT appoints Worldpay's Philip Jansen as new chief executive
29 Smart speakers could be speaking Welsh
30 World's longest sea crossing: Hong Kong-Zhuhai bridge opens
31 Helping kids cope with the fear of medical treatment
32 'A cyber-attack could stop the country'
33 Is blockchain living up to the hype?
34 PlayStation usernames: The stories behind the most embarrassing ones
35 What's the point of concept cars?
36 How U2's technology is changing concerts for the better
37 Tech Tent: Tim Cook's privacy crusade
38 Apple's Tim Cook calls for Chinese chip story retraction
39 Part-time students 'down by more than half'
40 Leaving care: 'A spare room changed my life'
41 London university calls for 100 million pounds slavery reparation
42 Central European University makes last stand in Hungary
43 School notice boards are hidden fire hazard--Labour MP
44 More children in England at risk of abuse or neglect
45 Two convicted of running illegal school
46 Summer baby school delays: Parents face postcode lottery
47 Primary school sports coaching government funding ends
48 Spending plans must not ignore children, government told
49 Universities: Is free speech under threat?
50 Is democracy having a mid-life crisis?
51 Does it matter what degree grade you get?
52 Children with problems or problem children?
53 Is Labour tied in knots over academies?
54 Are supplements safe and do they work?
55 Plymouth hospital in 'pioneering' deal with private health company
56 Opt-out organ donation plan wins Commons backing
57 New 'Trojan horse' antibiotic promising
58 Rise in women having induced labours, NHS figures show
59 Pork gelatine use in NHS vaccines 'disappointing'
60 Councils buying care 'on the cheap'
61 Fruit flies' brains studied to help crack dementia
62 Two unborn babies' spines repaired in womb in UK surgery first
63 Could height be a cancer risk?
64 The clocks go back and cold weather is on its way: Some tips to help you cope
65 Vegetarian meat substitutes 'exceeding salt limits'
66 My intersex life: Now I have a new penis, I hope I will find love
67 Sexually transmitted infections: What to do if you get one
68 Can't get out of bed? You might have dysania
69 'The food supplement that ruined my liver'
70 The places where too many are fat and too many are thin
71 'One stroke took my speech away--I think another brought it back'
72 Yes, the 'Blob' Is Back. No, It Won't Wreak Havoc on East Coast Weather.
73 This Man Got a Seemingly Harmless Bug Bite. It Turned into a Flesh-Eating Infection.
74 Bizarre 'Headless Chicken Monster' Drifts Through Antarctic Deep
75 Stephen Hawking's Thesis, First Wheelchair to Be Auctioned Off
76 Microplastics Are Everywhere--and that Likely Includes Your Poop
77 Dead Sea Scroll Fragments in Museum of the Bible Are Fake
78 This Very Good Dog Is Defending America Against African Swine Fever
79 48-Million-Year-Old Fossil Owl Is Almost Perfectly Preserved
80 What Are Americans Most Afraid Of? Corrupt Government Officials & Global Warming.
81 Why Did this Zoo Lion Murder the Father of Her Cubs?
82 Portrait 'Painted' by AI Up for Auction at Christie's in NYC
83 Reference: Cheetahs: The Fastest Land Animals
84 Reference: Trying to Conceive: 10 Tips for Women
85 Reference: Trying to Conceive: 10 Tips for Men
86 Reference: Are You Pregnant? 12 Early Signs of Pregnancy
87 Reference: What Is Lithium?
88 World's Oldest Intact Shipwreck Found at the Bottom of the Black Sea
89 Salmonella Hides Its Tail to Stay Invisible to Immune System
90 Reference: Sweet Potatoes: Delicious and Nutritious
91 Sandra Day O'Connor Says She 'Probably' Has Alzheimer's: What Defines Different Dementias?
92 Adenovirus Doesn't Usually Kill, So Why Did 7 Kids Die from the Virus in New Jersey?
93 Oh, Great: Apparently Electrons Are Too Round, and These Viruses Aren't Round Enough
94 Bizarre, Blue Space Rock Even Weirder than Astronomers Thought
95 World's Deepest Volcanic Eruption Creates Nightmare Garden of Glass
96 Reference: What Is the Fibonacci Sequence?
97 Could Misbehaving Neutrinos Explain Why the Universe Exists?
98 Scientists Now Have the Most Detailed Picture Yet of the Neutrino Factory Inside Our Sun
99 Vintage WWII Fighter Plane Crashes on California Highway
100 Space Pirates Take Warning: This 'Skull and Crossbones Nebula' Is Full of Gas and Baby Stars
101 Octopus Moms Enter Death Spiral Before Eight-Armed Bundles Are Born
102 No, the CDC Didn't Say You Can't Put Chickens in Halloween Costumes
103 A New Flu Drug Was Just Approved by the FDA. It's the First in Nearly 20 Years.
104 It Might Stress You Out to Know What Stress Is Doing to Your Brain
105 Spaceflight Might Expand Your Mind, but It Shrinks Your Brain
106 Reference: Bats: Fuzzy Flying Mammals
107 Robbed of Nobel, Female Physicist Blazed Her Own Amazing Trail: Watch Her Speak Tonight
108 People with Psoriasis More Likely to Develop Certain Gut Disorders
109 The Earth Breathes in Incredibly Creepy Video from Canadian Forest
110 Traces of Earth's Oldest Animals Possibly Found
111 Weird Rectangular Iceberg in Antarctica Isn't Alone, NASA Photos Show
112 'Phantom' Archaeopteryx, One of the World's 1st Birds, Could Probably Fly
113 Controversial Spearpoints Could Rewrite the Story of the First Americans
114 Ridiculously Tiny Baby Octopus Riding Ocean Trash Is So, So Smol