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  1. New lock-and-key technology promises rapid cancer testing for developing world
  2. Do 3D films make you dizzy – or is it just your imagination?
  3. Review: Terminator Genisys and the mind-bending world of alternative history
  4. Budget 2015: cuts to make Daily Mail readers wince, but not just yet
  5. Want to know how Greeks see the future? Get in the ATM queue and ask them
  6. Smart meters might be the only way to escape the Big Six and their overpriced energy
  7. When the phones went dead: 7/7 showed how disasters call for tomorrow's tech
  8. Is student loan debt really a crisis?
  9. Exploring our moon today to learn more about Earth's youth billions of years ago
  10. Inside the world of suburban drug dealing
  11. Voting rights become a proxy war in the 2016 presidential election
  12. The Voice, and the body: contesting with disability on reality TV
  13. Revenge porn is just one part of a changing picture of harassment
  14. What's missing from celebrity activism in Africa? The people
  15. It's time to redraw the world's very unequal knowledge map
  16. Burundi and Rwanda at 53: what sets the conjoined twins apart
  17. The next frontiers in maternal and child health post the millennium goals
  18. Science breaks new ground in converting coal ash from pollutant to useful products
  19. Unraveling the mystery of how dinosaurs get their names
  20. Happy? Consider how giving builds a life of meaning
  21. Double fault: Nick Kyrgios, Dawn Fraser and reputations under the spotlight
  22. Resource productivity: four ways Australia can keep the good times rolling
  23. Violent offenders registers sound good, but are a costly, unproven distraction
  24. Research priority: make Australia's health system efficient, equitable and integrated
  25. How Labor can create a humane refugee policy without reviving boat arrivals
  26. Preparing young people for work: do we really have a crisis?
  27. Why do fans love Schwarzenegger? His terrible one-liners, of course
  28. Rising electricity demand could be here to stay
  29. Lax rules boost risk of organised crime snaring government contracts
  30. In the bid for more female leaders, 'mansplaining' probably won't help
  31. Taking gym steroids can affect your learning and memory
  32. Tempting as it may seem, there's no evidence to suggest life on Comet 67P
  33. Whisper it – jet engines are getting quieter
  34. FBI Director Comey's false dilemma: ban encryption or accept terrorism
  35. Retailers' removal of Confederate flag is long time in coming
  36. How rights violators keep the UN Human Rights Council focused on Israel
  37. Budget 2015: safe havens at risk as the welfare axe falls on most vulnerable
  38. Crisis reporting and citizen journalism: 7/7 changed the way we experience news
  39. Staying shut is the best option for Greek banks – but time is running out
  40. Don't overestimate Islamic State threat: Turnbull
  41. How the massive Petrobras corruption scandal is upending Brazilian politics
  42. Amanda Palmer shows why artists need to get better at asking for help
  43. Do animals feel pain like we do?
  44. We all age at different speeds – and scientists have worked out how to calculate it
  45. Q A affair has become theatre of the absurd
  46. Will the Charleston tragedy serve as an inflection point for race relations?
  47. To see the legacy of slavery, look at present-day school systems
  48. That neat and tidy map of tastes on the tongue you learned in school is all wrong
  49. The value of unplugging in the Age of Distraction
  50. Politics podcast: Tim Soutphommasane on 'Team Australia' and racism


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