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15-12 (11:14)  Home Futures review - what living spaces teach us about our culture
15-12 (09:14)  The secret site in England where beavers control the landscape
14-12 (13:29)  Coal power emissions in the US are even higher than we thought
14-12 (13:14)  The disorientated ape: Why clever people can be terrible navigators
14-12 (11:14)  Breathing in moon dust could release toxins in astronauts' lungs
13-12 (20:14)  Incredible shrinking 3D printer can make really tiny objects
13-12 (18:00)  Can a Green New Deal boost the US economy and save the planet?
13-12 (18:00)  Virgin Galactic claims its first successful flight to edge of space
13-12 (17:14)  Some people have slightly squashed heads thanks to Neanderthal DNA
13-12 (17:14)  We've been using CRISPR for years - now we know how it really works
13-12 (17:14)  Childhood hormone treatments may have spread Alzheimer's proteins
13-12 (15:29)  Bizarre fossil that baffled us for years is early starfish ancestor
13-12 (13:14)  Climate change is happening, but how fast? This is what we really know
12-12 (20:14)  First direct evidence that later school day really does help teenagers
12-12 (20:14)  Australia's 'marsupial lion' was a meat-ripping, tree-climbing terror
12-12 (19:14)  Bitcoin's price is plummeting - will the cryptocurrency survive?
12-12 (19:14)  Quantum network joins four people together for encrypted messaging
12-12 (14:43)  Acne study reveals genes for hair follicles are partly to blame
12-12 (14:29)  Thousands of people's DNA reveals hair follicle genes influence acne
12-12 (13:14)  If you think black holes are strange, white holes will blow your mind
12-12 (12:14)  Endangered relative of the hedgehog may be thriving in Vietnam
12-12 (01:14)  When humans are wiped from Earth, the chicken bones will remain
12-12 (01:14)  Coral likes to make its ocean home in places with noisy neighbours
12-12 (01:14)  Monkeys chill out just from seeing their friends being groomed
11-12 (18:14)  Major companies are using AI to decide who you speak to on the phone
11-12 (17:14)  Vibrating crystal made of 10 billion atoms smashes quantum record
11-12 (14:00)  Drone owners in India must get government approval before every flight
11-12 (14:00)  Earth may be made up of rocks blasted by gusts of solar wind
11-12 (14:00)  Your whole office could be a computer thanks to sculpted Wi-Fi waves
11-12 (00:29)  First close-up look shows asteroid Bennu is a holey watery world
11-12 (00:29)  Spray-on gel slows down the regrowth of tumours after cancer surgery
10-12 (18:14)  The Great Barrier Reef is fighting back by losing weak species
10-12 (18:14)  City living makes urban male frogs far more attractive to females
10-12 (17:00)  The most comfortable running shoes may actually increase injury risk
10-12 (01:14)  How to transform Earth's cities
08-12 (12:14)  Alan Moore interview: Magic and science feed Middle England Watchman
07-12 (21:00)  Brain scans reveal why your brain forgets details
07-12 (17:43)  Interstellar asteroid 'Oumuamua slipped by NASA space telescope unseen
07-12 (15:00)  China is about to launch a mission to explore the far side of the moon
07-12 (13:29)  We've added letters to the genetic code - and the results are amazing
07-12 (13:29)  Why Australia's new encryption laws may actually help criminals
07-12 (13:00)  Genetic disorders should be the focus of CRISPR gene editing trials
07-12 (11:00)  A sea change for shipping efficiency
06-12 (20:43)  DeepMind's Go playing software can now beat you at two more games
06-12 (20:43)  Exclusive: Controversial skeleton may be a new species of early human
06-12 (18:29)  Sorry France, but fuel taxes are a bitter pill we must all swallow
06-12 (18:29)  Geckos sprint across water on air bubbles they make with their legs
06-12 (18:29)  Parrots are clever because their brains evolved the same way as ours
06-12 (16:43)  Facebook grew so big that it destabilised the world. What now?
06-12 (16:43)  There won't be many more gene-edited babies just yet - here's why
06-12 (16:43)  We don't need stars to navigate space - black holes work way better
06-12 (16:43)  Three Identical Strangers review: a good film about bad science
06-12 (12:14)  Why was HIV chosen as the first target for embryo gene editing?
06-12 (10:00)  Gusts of solar wind may have blown together rocks that formed Earth
06-12 (01:14)  Climate change made the sweltering 2018 heatwave 30 times more likely
05-12 (21:29)  Tiny sun sensor warns you when your skin is about to burn
05-12 (21:29)  Bacteria could protect old paintings from pigment-eating microbes
05-12 (19:29)  Baboons live for months after getting genetically modified pig hearts
05-12 (19:29)  Let's cheer workers at Google who are holding their bosses to account
05-12 (19:29)  Fossil blubber shows ichthyosaurs were warm blooded reptiles
05-12 (19:29)  Global carbon emissions rose 3 per cent this year (which is bad)
05-12 (18:43)  Gene-editing experiment widely criticised for safety and ethics issues
05-12 (18:29)  UK DNA project hits major milestone with 100,000 genomes sequenced
05-12 (18:29)  Tonnes of food are thrown away daily - could meal kits be the answer?
05-12 (14:00)  First baby born thanks to womb transplant from deceased donor
04-12 (19:00)  New medical implants need a higher approval bar than toothbrushes
04-12 (19:00)  Seven steps to save the planet: How to take on climate change and win
04-12 (19:00)  Phone app can diagnose anaemia from photos of fingernails
04-12 (16:00)  Sculpted Wi-Fi waves can turn your whole office into a computer
04-12 (11:43)  Giant baby birds sitting on their potty-like nests make a fine sight
03-12 (22:43)  LIGO found four more pairs of black holes, including the biggest yet
03-12 (20:00)  We have all we need to beat the HIV epidemic - except political will
03-12 (15:43)  Revealed: the first ever picture of the sun's north pole
03-12 (13:43)  Astronauts launch in Soyuz rocket for first time since botched takeoff
03-12 (13:43)  Is visiting a robot brothel ok? Most people say yes, if you are single
03-12 (11:43)  The Honey Factory review - the buzz of exploring honeybees' secrets
02-12 (12:14)  The best fiction and sci-fi of 2018 to wrap or read this Xmas
01-12 (13:43)  NASA spacecraft OSIRIS-REx set to start mission at asteroid Bennu
01-12 (11:29)  14 great science and tech books to give as presents this Christmas
30-11 (21:00)  Almost everything we know about social media and health could be wrong
30-11 (21:00)  Space art could be so much more than a shiny satellite in the sky
30-11 (21:00)  Millions of passport and credit card details exposed in Marriott hack
30-11 (21:00)  CRISPR babies: more details on the experiment that shocked the world
30-11 (21:00)  Darkfield's Flight: an immersive experience that leaves you half dead
30-11 (14:14)  Stone Age people may have ritually cut off their own fingers
30-11 (14:14)  Unearthed! The missing Native American city on the Great Plains
30-11 (11:29)  Green car tyres can generate energy while monitoring road conditions
29-11 (23:00)  Epic history of light reveals the universe peaked 10 billion years ago
29-11 (23:00)  Some spiders produce milk - and it's more nutritious than cow's milk
29-11 (23:00)  Stone tools hint that our first human ancestors lived all over Africa
29-11 (23:00)  Extinct 'Denisovan' people may have lived on Earth's highest plateau
29-11 (18:29)  Prehistoric whales used to simply suck their food out of the ocean
29-11 (14:43)  'Scientists are now very sure that the babies really were gene-edited'
29-11 (13:29)  Particles crossing to our world could open portal to dark-matter realm
29-11 (11:29)  Putting a price on CO2 is a smokescreen that hides its human cost
28-11 (21:43)  Gene therapy eases Parkinson's symptoms by rewiring parts of the brain
28-11 (19:43)  Green Christmas: How to have an ethical and guilt-free festive season
28-11 (19:43)  Making AI research classified will harm US science
28-11 (19:43)  Putting a price on CO is a smokescreen that hides its human cost
28-11 (19:43)  Miniature placentas grown in lab give positive pregnancy test result

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