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1 Scientists shocked by mysterious deaths of ancient trees
2 Aeolus: Wind satellite weathers technical storm
3 How many animals are born in the world every day?
4 Climate change: Pope urges action on clean energy
5 Could an emoji save your life?
6 Nobel laureate joins another exclusive club
7 Key 'step forward' in cutting cost of removing CO2 from air
8 How to spot the secretive activities of rogue fishing boats
9 Curiosity rover sees seasonal Mars methane swing
10 Plastic and other waste found in British mussels
11 Oldest 'footprints' found in China
12 European Commission hopes for big science funding uplift
13 Does Jurassic Park make scientific sense?
14 What do slugs hate? Home remedies put to the test
15 Does the US have a pet tiger problem?
16 A manifesto to save Planet Earth (and ourselves)
17 Bloodhound Diary: Braking with confidence
18 Margaret Atwood: 'If the ocean dies, so do we'
19 European fruit pickers shun Britain
20 Has US physics lab found a new particle?
21 Paris climate pullout: The worst is yet to come
22 E3: Nintendo Switch gets Fortnite and Super Smash Bros Ultimate
23 Spanish football league defends phone 'spying'
24 Uber applies for patent to spot drunk passengers
25 Yahoo fined 250,000 pounds over cyber-attack
26 Trump and Kim USB fan raises cyber-security alert
27 Social media must be made less addictive, says watchdog
28 E3: Sony PlayStation's Last of Us Part II has kisses and kills
29 Car insurers warn on 'autonomous' vehicles
30 E3: Nolan North wants to turn movies into video games
31 TSB crisis continues eight weeks on
32 US officially repeals net neutrality rules
33 E3: Xbox One chief teases Halo Infinite video game
34 Londonderry's 21-year-old Minecraft mogul
35 Chinese city gets 'smartphone zombie' walkway
36 Why do some job adverts put women off applying?
37 'It feels like the hand of God thrusting you up the road'
38 Make-up: Have YouTube stars boosted beauty sales?
39 Tomorrow's Cities: How Barcelona shushed noise-makers with sensors
40 Are you scared yet? Meet Norman, the psychopathic AI
41 Will Gompertz reviews Epic Games' Fortnite--Battle Royale
42 Tech firms hail 'progress' on blocking terror
43 Modern students 'prefer work to drugs'
44 Half children's services money 'spent on 73,000 in care'
45 Student loans 'heading for trillion pounds'
46 Adoption and care rates higher in some areas
47 Stephen Hawking fellowships set up for 50 students
48 Police detective entry system targets graduates
49 G7 summit: $3 billion pledge for girls' education
50 Business leaders urged to help run schools
51 More than a million on social housing waiting lists
52 Theresa May attacks 'vile' online threats against women
53 Universities warned over courses for 'bums on seats'
54 Background, subject and university 'all impact earnings'
55 10 things about Harvard graduates: Liberals, virgins and iPhones
56 Hotter years 'mean lower exam results'
57 University is Pompey's top summer signing
58 'Miss! Are your classes making me blind?'
59 Streaming at five set me up to fail, says deputy head
60 Twins in school: To separate or not to separate?
61 Exams 2018: The 'myth' of the visual learner
62 More cuts to care on way--council chiefs
63 Bottle feeding is a woman's right, midwives told
64 Billy Caldwell cannabis oil plea rejected by Home Office
65 Public Health Agency recalls 150 women for cancer test
66 Prostate cancer spit test is trialled
67 New measures to protect doctors after Bawa-Garba case
68 Grenfell Tower fire mental health treatment 'to cost 10 million pounds'
69 Germany recalls contaminated Dutch eggs in fipronil scare
70 Tea towels 'can cause food poisoning'
71 Hospital stays and appointments 'for essential care only'
72 River study finds 29 types of drug in the Foss and Ouse
73 Robert Burns 'may have had bipolar disorder'
74 Why beige carbs are the ones to avoid--Dr. Xand van Tulleken
75 'My mum thinks I'm an MP, she has early-onset Alzheimer's'
76 The deaf patients 'left behind' by the NHS
77 The UK health tax hurting foreign nurses
78 The children who hear voices
79 Who cares for the carer when they're bereaved?
80 'My girlfriend won't let me see her naked'
81 STIs: Why is syphilis is on the rise?
82 Jeremy Hunt: The longest-serving health secretary
83 Reference: Bladder: Facts, Function & Diseases
84 Here's How Much Caffeine You Need, and When, for Peak Alertness
85 Artists Have Been Drawing Lightning Bolts Wrong for Centuries
86 Climate Change Killed the Aliens, and It Will Probably Kill Us Too, New Simulation Suggests
87 Why Cosmonauts Pee on the Bus that Picks Them Up for Launches
88 This Toxic Toad Could End Up Killing the Predators on Madagascar
89 Scott Pruitt Must Do His Job, Federal Judge Rules
90 Why Do Genes Suggest Most Men Died Off 7,000 Years Ago?
91 World's Oldest Footprints Discovered on Ancient Seafloor
92 How Do You Die from Hepatitis A?
93 Blood Cells Can Transform into Brain Cells, New Study Shows
94 Reference: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Symptoms and Treatment
95 A Face from the Bible May Appear in this Tiny Sculpture
96 Antarctica's Largest Iceberg Is About to Die...Near the Equator
97 More Americans Are Being Evacuated from China Following Mysterious 'Sonic Attacks'
98 Scorching-Hot Lava Evaporates Entire Lake in Hawaii
99 See How Brain Worms Turn Ants into the Walking Dead
100 There May Be Life on Mars, but this NASA Report Doesn't Prove It
101 Suicide Rates Increase in Nearly All States
102 The Cell-Killing 'Executioner Protein' Has a Helper. Scientists Think They've Identified It.
103 Could the Next Flu Pandemic Come from Dogs?
104 Watch a Tied-Up Alligator Knock a Man Out with Its Hard, Reptilian Skull
105 Decapitated Snake Head Bites Man. But How?
106 Reference: Mosquitoes: Biology, Repellents & Bite Relief
107 Reference: Cantaloupes: Health Benefits & Nutrition Facts
108 Do Coffee Drinkers Really Fall into 3 Groups?
109 This Week's Strangest Science News
110 This Wily Wolverine Threw Scientists for a Loop
111 Honeybees Know a Lot About Nothing