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1 NASA's Curiosity Mars rover senses methane spike
2 Turning carbon dioxide into cash
3 Raspberry Pi used to steal data from NASA lab
4 'Friendly' bacteria could help save frogs from disease
5 Clean electricity overtaking fossil fuels in Britain
6 The chart that defines our warming world
7 British orchids thriving in Dunstable Downs 'sunken trails'
8 Why are Nike trainers washing up on beaches?
9 Face to face with DR Congo's deadly vipers
10 What does personalised medicine mean for you?
11 'Cryoegg' to explore under Greenland Ice Sheet
12 MPs debate call for ban on non-recyclable packaging
13 'Norwich City' balloons picked up by lifeboat off Norfolk coast
14 The 'light triad' that can make you a good person
15 China's influencer incubator
16 The US island that speaks Elizabethan English
17 Why Janet Jackson is pop's most underrated legend
18 Why our ancestors drilled holes in each other's skulls
19 How your looks shape your personality
20 Why are people thirsty for 'raw water'?
21 Facebook: Nick Clegg says 'no evidence' of Russian interference in Brexit vote
22 Sudan crisis: Internet restored--but only for lawyer
23 Missing YouTuber Etika's belongings found
24 EE fined 100,000 pounds for unlawful texts
25 Presidential warnings 'easy' to spoof
26 League of Legends: Iran players say US sanctions have blocked the game
27 Walmart uses AI cameras to spot thieves
28 Florida town pays $600,000 virus ransom
29 Slack: Why is this loss-making tech firm worth $20bn?
30 Why the age of electric flight is finally upon us
31 Instagram boss Adam Mosseri: 'We can't solve bullying on our own'
32 How a struggling airline went soaring through the cloud
33 The super-tough drones and robots going where we can't
34 How to cope with email overload
35 Jaclyn Hill promises lipstick refunds to fans after 'contamination'
36 Crossing Divides: Healing young and old with a singalong
37 'Fewer selfies, more reality,' says Damian Hinds
38 University of South Wales sorry over health and safety course
39 England's schools 'worst for cyber-bullying'
40 Further maths A-level paper replaced following leak
41 Leamington school sportswear uniform introduced
42 Coatbridge's Buchanan High teachers strike over health fears
43 Dogs' eyes evolve to appeal to humans
44 Jailed mothers: The 'terrible damage' to children
45 Maths paper leak: Students' fury at exam board 'shambles'
46 Beechwood: 'I can't believe the evil that happened there'
47 Secondary teachers 'want more flexible working patterns'
48 Jistcourt troubles spark Powys council house project fears
49 Julian Myerscough: Ex-lecturer guilty of child sex attacks
50 St. Colm's High in Draperstown the UK's 'most sustainable' school
51 Cambridge school PTA asks parents to raise 60k pounds to plug budget gap
52 X-Prize winner: Children are not a product
53 Dementia: The drugs that may pose a risk
54 Dwarfism drug aims to boost healthy growth
55 Power and endurance training 'key to all-round fitness'
56 Gambling addiction clinic to help addicts aged 13 to 25
57 'Living drug' offers hope to terminal blood cancer patients
58 Residents in care homes 'missing out on dental care'
59 Low-income African countries 'pay 30 times more' for drugs
60 Vaccines: Do they wear out? And other questions answered
61 Polio: The final battle
62 Who do you trust for health advice?
63 What are vaccines, how do they work and why are people sceptical?
64 'My bulimia was hidden by my normal weight'
65 The gay men breaking blood donation rules
66 Tory leadership: How much has social care been cut?
67 What is the contaminated blood scandal?
68 Births 'may not resume' at Shropshire midwife-led units
69 Gambling: Why is it so addictive?
70 Aneurin Bevan: Trusts apologise after death of NHS founder's great-nephew
71 Gambling addiction clinic to help addicts aged 13 to 25
72 Glowing 'Blue Tears' in China's Seas Are Incredibly Toxic--And They're Growing
73 An X-Ray Showing 100 Bubble Tea Pearls in a Teen's Abdomen Has Doctors Very Confused
74 This Strange Rock Formed on Mars Billions of Years Ago, Possibly from an Explosive Eruption
75 Ancient 'Loch Ness Monster' from Antarctica Breaks a Record for Body Size
76 Man Had a Nearly 5-Foot Wire Left in His Body After Heart Procedure, Lawsuit Claims
77 Arctic Permafrost Is Going Through a Rapid Meltdown--70 Years Early
78 Humans Are Growing Weird, Bone Spikes on Their Skulls. Smartphones May Be the Culprit.
79 The Search for Habitable Alien Worlds in Earth's Backyard Heats Up
80 Breaks in the Perfect Symmetry of the Universe Could Be a Window into Completely New Physics
81 'Star Trek' Logo Spotted on Mars
82 Is this Invisible Magnetic Field Smothering Our Nearest Supermassive Black Hole?
83 The Carnivorous Plant Named 'Turtle Socks' Has Been Eating Baby Salamanders for Lunch
84 Biden Promises to 'Cure Cancer' if Elected. Here's Why that's Laughable.
85 'Poop Transplants' Can Transmit Deadly Superbugs, FDA Warns
86 Reference: Multiple Sclerosis: Symptoms, Management & New Research
87 Volcano's Shadow Forms an Eerie, Perfect Triangle
88 What Happens if You Don't Take Out a Splinter?
89 Scientists Develop New Laser that Can Find and Destroy Cancer Cells in the Blood
90 Why Do Skulls Have So Many Bones? (It's Loads More than You Think)
91 Baby Pterosaurs Could Fly. So, Did They Need Their Parents?
92 Did Van Gogh Shoot Himself? Auction of Pistol Reignites Debate.
93 Pea Burgers Taste Fantastic. They Can also Help Save the Planet. (Op-Ed)
94 Woman Who Requested Mariah Carey Cake Got Marie Curie Instead
95 Icy Martian Clouds Are Formed from the 'Smoke' of Dead Meteors, Study Claims
96 Most of the World to Face Record-High Temperatures Every Year Without Serious Climate Action
97 Neolithic People Made Fake Islands More than 5,600 Years Ago
98 Terrifying 'Fly-Pocalypse' Descends upon Russian Village
99 The Plastic We 'Recycle' Is Actually Horrible for the Environment
100 'Flesh-Eating' Bacteria May Be Spreading to Beaches Once Thought Off-Limits. Here's Why.
101 Ruins of a Lost Colonial Tavern (and Maybe Brothel) Were Just Uncovered in North Carolina
102 Why Global Population Growth Will Grind to a Halt by 2100
103 Bone-Crushing Hyenas Lived in Canada's Arctic During the Last Ice Age
104 NASA Wants to Build a 'Starshade' to Hunt Alien Planets
105 The Tree that Might Have Inspired Dr. Seuss' 'The Lorax' Has Died
106 The Same Exact Foods Affect Each Person's Gut Bacteria Differently
107 Dogs Evolved Sad Eyes to Manipulate Their Human Companions, Study Suggests
108 Oldest Known Galactic Get-Together Occurred Shortly After Big Bang
109 Alcohol Boosts the Risk of Breast Cancer. Many Women Have No Idea.
110 Samurai Text Tells Secrets of Sword-Fighters' 'Supernatural Powers'
111 Voracious Black Holes Could Feed Alien Life on Rogue Worlds
112 This Weird Animal Eats Rocks for Breakfast
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