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22-08 (05:00)  Lobster krill fight off big penguins with their tiny pincers
22-08 (02:00)  New Scientist Live: what makes your brain happy?
22-08 (02:00)  NASA's deep-space mission to a $10 quintillion all-metal world
21-08 (15:43)  Nanofibre net draws drinking water from the air for drought-hit people
21-08 (15:43)  Bacteria can be used to turn type A blood into universal type O
21-08 (15:43)  Nanobots can eat nerve agents and then spit out an antidote
21-08 (15:43)  Don't restrict women's contraception rights through moral panic
21-08 (15:43)  Converted 747 flies to the rescue in battling California's giant fire
21-08 (15:43)  Yuval Noah Harari: Why the reluctant guru is upsetting scientists
21-08 (02:43)  5000-year-old monument was built by a society without leaders
21-08 (02:43)  Pools of water ice found hiding in the darkest recesses of the moon
21-08 (02:43)  Life may have begun on Earth 100 million years earlier than we thought
21-08 (02:43)  Why I'm flying to the solar system's only all-metal world
21-08 (02:43)  Send in the lawyers to win the fight against climate change
21-08 (02:43)  How a tiny festival could save Scotland's coastal culture
20-08 (04:29)  Paper batteries use electron-harvesting bacteria to make electricity
20-08 (04:29)  Make sure co-workers get the message with an illuminated jacket
19-08 (02:00)  Don't Miss: surreal objects, loving termites, and ethical dilemmas
19-08 (02:00)  How women are rallying round the cause of climate injustice
18-08 (02:14)  The galaxy is full of 'water world' exoplanets where life could evolve
18-08 (02:14)  Banana-y bread and onion beer: How yeast can trick our tastebuds
18-08 (02:14)  New Scientist Live: can we defend Earth from asteroids?
18-08 (02:14)  This AI will draw whatever you want - but it's utterly terrible
18-08 (02:14)  Genoa bridge collapse ? what went wrong and are other bridges at risk?
18-08 (02:14)  New mega-journal will raise the profile of African science
17-08 (12:29)  Feedback: Cat whisperer uses telepathy, drums, to evict lion
17-08 (02:43)  Eating a low-carb diet may shorten your life ? unless you go vegan too
17-08 (02:43)  Oldest galaxies in the universe discovered right on our doorstep
17-08 (02:43)  Future robot swarms should copy lazy ants who let others do the work
17-08 (02:43)  Including population control in climate policy risks human tragedy
17-08 (02:43)  The male fish who eat their eggs because they want better babies
17-08 (02:43)  A mega-journal is launching for African science and will transform it
17-08 (02:43)  North Korea nukes the US in a Trump-bashing new thriller
17-08 (02:43)  It's time to embrace video games as an Olympic sport
16-08 (16:14)  Corals on old North Sea oil rigs could help natural reefs recover
16-08 (16:14)  Replacing your boss with a cruel robot could make you concentrate more
16-08 (16:14)  Meet the 'climate kids' suing the US government over global warming
16-08 (16:14)  Why the US is worried a Russian satellite might be a space weapon
16-08 (16:14)  A drug's weird side effect lets people control their dreams
16-08 (16:14)  An opt-out organ donor system might actually lead to fewer transplants
16-08 (16:14)  Exposure to insecticide DDT linked to having a child with autism
15-08 (21:29)  No contraceptive is perfect, but can you trust apps to stop pregnancy?
15-08 (18:00)  Some clouds are formed when a virus makes algae shed their shells
15-08 (17:14)  Doctors will grow human tissue on the International Space Station
15-08 (15:29)  This one particle could solve five mega-mysteries of physics
15-08 (12:43)  Weird circles in the sky may be signs of a universe before ours
15-08 (09:14)  Why taking ayahuasca is like having a near-death experience
15-08 (03:43)  Sterile fish could help wild salmon dodge the 'gene pollution' effect
15-08 (03:43)  Sticking brain cells together with glue could boost and protect memory
15-08 (03:43)  We have finally figured out how to snap spaghetti into two pieces
15-08 (03:43)  Why forecasting how hot it will be in 2022 is mostly a gimmick
15-08 (03:43)  US police testing AI that learns to spot crimes in CCTV footage
15-08 (03:43)  There is no evidence that the weedkiller glyphosate causes cancer
15-08 (03:43)  Google tracks your location even if you switch off location tracking
15-08 (03:43)  New Scientist Live: the sophisticated home life of Neanderthals
15-08 (03:43)  DeepMind's AI can spot eye disease just as well as top doctors
14-08 (12:29)  Why allergies aren't nuts at all
14-08 (10:00)  Google just made it much harder to build a serious quantum computer
14-08 (10:00)  Master mimic insect is indistinguishable from a leaf on forest floor
14-08 (02:14)  Ancient natural nuclear reactors show how to store radioactive waste
14-08 (02:14)  We've identified the brain cells that let you control urination
14-08 (02:14)  Asteroid strike may have forged the oldest rocks ever found on Earth
14-08 (02:14)  Orca who carried her dead infant is not alone - many animals grieve
14-08 (02:14)  Rock layers show our sun has been in same cycle for 700 million years
14-08 (02:14)  NASA's Parker Solar Probe is on its way to the sun, via Venus
13-08 (14:00)  Extreme tales from a record-breaking dive in the Antarctic
13-08 (12:14)  Cybersecurity is failing us ? and will continue to do so unless we act
13-08 (12:14)  Buzz: A beautiful book shows why modern bees are hippy wasps at heart
13-08 (12:14)  Tools reveal Easter Island may not have had a societal collapse
13-08 (12:14)  Don't miss: Taxidermied rabbits, mucky biology and the digital future
13-08 (12:14)  This doctor risked her career to end Flint's water-poisoning crisis
12-08 (01:43)  The Meg: Real Megalodon shark would eat Jason Statham for breakfast
10-08 (19:00)  Gluten-free dogs? Pets deserve better than this evidence-free fad
10-08 (19:00)  Fortnite is coming to Android, but players risk downloading malware
10-08 (19:00)  Preserved ocean creatures make landfall in London
10-08 (17:00)  Bots on Amazon's Mechanical Turk are ruining psychology studies
10-08 (17:00)  This man spent months alone underground ? and it warped his mind
10-08 (14:00)  New Scientist Live: sneak preview of this year's mission to Mercury
10-08 (14:00)  New Zealand becomes the latest country to ban plastic bags
10-08 (13:00)  Feedback: What would happen if Earth was made of blueberries?
09-08 (21:29)  We have measured the speed of death and it's 2 millimetres an hour
09-08 (21:29)  High-speed electrons prove Einstein was right about the speed of light
09-08 (21:29)  Allergy explosion: The truth behind the most common myths
09-08 (21:29)  Alien grass is making California wildfires three times as frequent
09-08 (14:14)  Uncrackable computer chips stop malicious bugs attacking your computer
09-08 (13:14)  Another supervolcano in California is not as dormant as we thought
09-08 (03:29)  Tight underwear really is linked to lower sperm counts in men
09-08 (03:29)  Inducing labour at 39 weeks leads to fewer emergency Caesareans
08-08 (22:00)  'Hey': short messages are the best dating site strategy, study says
08-08 (22:00)  Police can now track killers using relatives' DNA ? but should they?
08-08 (22:00)  Ecstasy-like drugs might relieve social difficulties in autism
08-08 (22:00)  Don't give up, we can survive even a Hothouse Earth
08-08 (22:00)  The underwater drones that hunt for oil spills beneath the waves
08-08 (22:00)  US Navy wants to fire a slime cannon at boats to stop them escaping
08-08 (22:00)  Allergy explosion: What causes allergies and how to avoid them
08-08 (22:00)  Allergy explosion: They are on the rise, and here's why
08-08 (22:00)  California's worst wildfire in history is now the size of Los Angeles
08-08 (22:00)  Neutron stars bend light so much we see their front and back at once
08-08 (02:14)  Sound waves are a form of antigravity because they have negative mass
08-08 (02:14)  Future heatwaves will knock nuclear, gas and coal power plants offline

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