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1 Raman spectral band oscillations in large graphene bubbles
2 Visualization of molecular soccer balls
3 Polarized light--a simple route to highly chiral materials
4 Wrap an electrode material for Li-ion battery into the inner spacing of carbon nanotube
5 Electron-hole pairs in two-dimensional crystals
6 Controlling the crystal structure of gallium oxide
7 Direct optical reading of single-molecule DNA bases in modified nanopores
8 Nanodiamond turns into controllable light source
9 Ultrafast laser pulse created by golden nanoparticles
10 Innovative nanotransistor for easy measurement of electrolyte concentration in blood
11 A new point-of-need nanodiagnostic for better healthcare
12 New insight into why most nanoparticles don't make it through biological barriers
13 Magnetic nanoparticles leap from lab bench to breast cancer clinical trials
14 Nanoparticles developed to improve magnetic resonance scan images
15 Punching holes in graphene to boost hydrogen production
16 Novel technique achieves 32-fold increase in nanometric bactericide's activity
17 Rabies trick could help treat Parkinson's disease
18 Turning graphene into light nanosensors
19 UN puts brave face as climate talks get stuck
20 Temperature-controlled turtle sex gene found
21 Device could make underwater objects appear invisible to sonar
22 Can the UK really go it alone with a new sat-nav scheme?
23 Hun migrations 'linked to deadly Justinian Plague'
24 Network Rail tree felling faces review over wildlife concerns
25 UN climate stalemate sees extra week of talks added
26 Lonely asteroid tells Solar System story
27 Rats driven from South Georgia's wildlife paradise
28 California becomes first US state to mandate solar on homes
29 Waterwheel: Ten times faster than a Venus flytrap
30 Cocaine breathalyser 'one step closer'
31 The battle of the gas-sucking mega giants is set to begin
32 Fishing nets and false teeth: Meet the beach debris hunters
33 Workers banned from using USB sticks at IBM
34 US commercial drones given green light
35 Tidal accused of manipulating Beyonce and Kanye West data
36 MPs summon ex-Cambridge Analytica boss Alexander Nix
37 US tech giant Apple scraps plans for Galway data centre
38 UK broadband speeds leap ahead, according to Ofcom study
39 Would you hang up on Google's AI?
40 BT cuts 13,000 jobs to slash costs
41 BMW advert 'promoted dangerous driving'
42 Google bans abortion poll ads in Ireland
43 I tried to get a date using augmented reality
44 Afrofuturism: Why black science fiction 'can't be ignored'
45 Magical Money--the ICO crypto-currency boom
46 Lower proof for misconduct claims, students say
47 Call for new Oxbridge colleges for disadvantaged students
48 Mental health plans 'failing a generation,' say MPs
49 Primary school children 'sent to school wearing nappies'
50 'Schools can have anything...except more money'
51 University of Warwick suspends 11 students over rape jokes
52 How to lose the Sats stress
53 Durham Sixth Form Centre paid ransom after cyber-attack
54 PM's portrait taken down after Oxford student protests
55 Top brass: Defying budget cuts to save the school band
56 London ranked top city for students
57 Why do young workers have so many injuries?
58 The adopted children confused by love
59 Essay cheating: How common is it?
60 Cancer delays 'leave patients at risk'
61 App technology allows medics to view 999 patients
62 EastEnders star Barbara Windsor diagnosed with Alzheimer's
63 Visa clampdown 'hits cancer patients'
64 Daily Mile 'significantly improves health'
65 Cinema fizzy drinks contain 'concerning' bacteria levels
66 Long hospital waits can be 'devastating'--watchdog
67 Potential new cure found for baldness
68 HPV jab safe and effective, study finds
69 Migration officials' access to NHS records tightened
70 'Big hugs' note left for 'fantastic' ambulance service
71 New peanut allergy blood test developed
72 Five ways to spot if someone has Alzheimer's
73 Why is there stigma around male baldness?
74 I was convinced my baby deserved a better mum
75 Obesity and BMI: 'If I wasn't this size I wouldn't have a job'
76 Breast screening: What went wrong?
77 'She was bandaged from head to toe with eczema'
78 NHS: How much does it spend on the private sector?
79 'Not just for naughty boys': The rise in adult ADHD pills
80 Half of Western Lowland Gorillas May Vanish by 2040. Here's How We Can Prevent that. (Op-Ed)
81 Stephen Hawking's Final Paper Cuts the Multiverse Down to Size
82 Doctors Pulled 14 Squirming Roundworms from a Woman's Bile Ducts
83 Naps Can Make Our Brains 'Remember' Things that Never Happened
84 How Far Could You Sail in a Straight Line Without Hitting Land?
85 1st Death Tied to Outbreak of E. Coli in Romaine Lettuce--How It Kills
86 Reference: The Louvre Museum: Facts, Paintings & Tickets
87 Hidden Text Found on 'Blank' Dead Sea Scrolls
88 How 2 Massive Carvings Found Near Egypt Pyramid Were Rescued from Looters
89 Jeff Bezos Wildly Overestimates the Power of the Human Brain
90 Bones Exposed on NYC 'Island of the Dead' Where 1 Million Bodies Rest
91 Does this 3,000-Year-Old House Confirm King David's Lost Biblical Kingdom?
92 This Man Went 5 Days with a Chicken Bone Stuck in His Lung
93 How Eating Fast Food May Make It Harder to Get Pregnant
94 Surgeons Remove 'Very Rare' 132-Pound Ovarian Tumor
95 Do Hundreds of Earthquakes in Hawaii Mean Kilauea Could Blow?
96 Why this Optical Illusion Arrow Always Points Right
97 Why Is NASA Looking for 'Marsquakes'?
98 Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Erupts Dramatically After a 5.0-Magnitude Quake
99 Proof of 'Planet Nine' May Be Sewn into Medieval Tapestries
100 May the 4th Be with You as You Check Out These Amazing Animals of 'The Last Jedi'
101 The Best 'Star Wars Day' Deals
102 How Adorable Hibernating Squirrels Could Help Scientists Preserve Human Organs
103 Are These Neanderthal Etchings a Long-Lost Message?
104 How Does Norovirus Get into Oysters? (It's Pretty Gross)
105 A Cockroach Crawled Inside a Woman's Ear, and It Can Happen to You
106 This 'Star Wars' Scroll Illusion Would Stump Even a Jedi
107 A Speck of Weapons-Grade Plutonium Is Missing in Idaho
108 The Most Interesting Science News Articles of the Week
109 This Is What Killed Medieval Sultan Who Conquered Jerusalem During the Crusades
110 Massive 'Dead Zone' in the Arabian Sea Is the Biggest in the World