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1 It happened in just zeptoseconds
2 Lab-grown cells used to study viruses
3 The Australian story, told beneath the sea
4 Peckish pollys and townie turkeys
5 The supersizing of quantum physics
6 Moon may be much more metallic
7 Understanding the allure of red ochre
8 Warming waters could disrupt fish spawning
9 This is an amphibian with a difference
10 A chance to see a planet's interior
11 How old do you think your dog is?
12 Florence Merriam Bailey flips the bird
13 More proof of animal smarts
14 E-waste is surging but recycling isn't
15 Roman city revealed without any digging
16 Understanding how brains fold and misfold
17 Arctic battling climate change and beavers
18 Kelp help & DIY astronomy
19 A mystery of great art and dead bodies
20 Four unusual things about coronavirus
21 From trash to treasure
22 Missing: a large and unstable blue star
23 COVID-19 is increasing in some countries
24 Astrophysicists find the exoplanet they wanted
25 Did landscapes make land animals smart?
26 Old crocs might have walked this way
27 Human waves populated the Caribbean islands
28 Mystery object sits in astronomy's 'mass gap'
29 Where robotics meets quantum computing
30 Cancelling noise and being green
31 Planet or not, Pluto started out hot
32 Quasar jets are thousands of light-years long
33 SOHO keeps on doing the business
34 South Pole warming faster than we feared
35 This shark often goes deep for a feed
36 How African ancestors moved and mingled
37 Longest night, darkest sky
38 Perseverance is just about ready to launch
39 Bubbles for plants and drones for mosquitoes
40 Why you should close the toilet lid
41 A possible new way to deliver clean water
42 Dust may be a guide to exoplanet habitability
43 Possible COVID-19 treatment welcomed
44 The man who can't see numbers
45 Plate tectonics and the search for life
46 Penguins find an upside to less sea ice
47 The future of space may be female
48 Human embryo model created from stem cells
49 Is anybody down there?
50 Super-strong surgical tape does come off
51 Some corals flourish, even in the dark
52 New super-Earths found close to home
53 Analysing Earth above and below ground
54 Some clues to why Peter Pan discs exist
55 Step aside bees, the ants are pollinating
56 Could nanosponges soak up SARS-CoV-2?
57 Sea otters saved again
58 Black hole's heart still beating strongly
59 Search
60 The Hidden Magnetic Universe Begins to Come Into View
61 Clues to Australia's Past Spotted Underwater
62 Just how runny can a liquid get?
63 Small works of art on a large canvas
64 Viewing the neurons of the heart in 3D
65 Interactive screens from simple principles
66 Fossil captures plants in transition
67 DNA and the Dead Sea Scrolls
68 Climate change in northern climes
69 Researchers claim an internet speed record
70 Cosmos article wins journalist another award
71 Brines on Mars not habitable, study says
72 Fossil footprints sheds clues on past behaviour
73 Far enough for you?
74 An Elemental Problem with the Sun
75 A laser that could really make waves
76 How quickly is the Universe expanding?
77 Do you see how I see?
78 Help us inspire the next generation
79 How hot will it get this century?
80 Scientists identify the 'cleanest' air on Earth
81 Genome regions linked to melanoma risk
82 Early fossil evidence of humans in Europe
83 Malaria parasite has an inbuilt clock
84 15 platters that matter
85 Genetic knowledge gets a serious boost
86 Why astronomy matters in times of crisis
87 When you cough, how far can it go?
88 Cannabis identified at Judahite shrine
89 Fancy a world where jellyfish get speedy?
90 Cosmic bursts find all that missing matter
91 Recovery from last mass extinction
92 People really are giving by nature
93 Hot stars plagued by giant magnetic spots
94 Science helps ensure The Scream continues
95 A new angle on that asteroid
96 The majesty of the southern sky
97 Cosmic Rays May Explain Life's Bias for Right-Handed DNA
98 Things you can tell from Fermi bubbles
99 Earth 'wobbled' before two major earthquakes
100 COVID frontline: South Korea and England