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Friday the 29th of July 2016

Cruising sharks, fiery dragons and invisible dust - 11:31

Parasitic infection may have spoiled zebrafish experiments - 08:31

Thursday the 28th of July 2016

Monumental proof to torment mathematicians for years to come - 13:01

Major review calls time on gaming in UK research assessment - 11:31

Antibiotics funding hike gets mixed reception - 08:01

Wednesday the 27th of July 2016

The fiery birth of Earth's largest ocean exposed - 14:01

The nose knows how to kill MRSA - 13:01

180,000 forgotten photos reveal the future of Greenland’s ice - 11:31

The week in science: 22–28 July 2016 - 10:31

Planet hunters seek new ways to detect alien life - 04:11

Resilient British science will withstand Brexit - 03:11

Chinese satellite is one giant step for the quantum internet - 00:31

Tuesday the 26th of July 2016

Philae comet lander goes quiet, for good - 13:31

The Milky Way’s dark twin revealed - 13:31

Brexit looms large over EU climate policies - 11:01

Tapping genetics for better beer - 11:01

Trump vs Clinton: worlds apart on science - 10:01

Europe’s premier funding agency measures its impact - 09:01

Monday the 25th of July 2016

Brazil asks whether Zika acts alone to cause birth defects - 12:31

Global rate of new HIV infections hasn't fallen in a decade - 05:51

Friday the 22nd of July 2016

Brexit watch: UK researchers scramble to save science - 10:21

Thursday the 21st of July 2016

Chinese scientists to pioneer first human CRISPR trial - 13:31

Wednesday the 20th of July 2016

Human brain mapped in unprecedented detail - 12:51

The week in science: 15–21 July 2016 - 10:21

Dutch agency launches first grants programme dedicated to replication - 09:21

The unsung heroes of CRISPR - 06:21

People can sense single photons - 03:31

The bicycle problem that nearly broke mathematics - 03:31

South China Sea ruling sparks conservation fears - 01:31

Tuesday the 19th of July 2016

Turkey purges university deans after failed coup - 12:31

Cell biologists should specialize, not hybridize - 08:31

Monday the 18th of July 2016

Older men and young women drive South African HIV epidemic - 11:21

Atom wranglers create rewritable memory - 10:51

Science under siege: how Venezuela’s economic crisis is affecting researchers - 09:01

Friday the 15th of July 2016

First Greek science agency is rare source of joy for beleaguered researchers - 13:21

Algae melting away Greenland ice sheet - 12:21

Thursday the 14th of July 2016

Science's status shifts in new Brexit government - 12:31

Bright light accelerates ageing in mice - 12:01

Scientists fuming over new pick to lead French agriculture agency - 10:31

Wednesday the 13th of July 2016

Beat it, impact factor! Publishing elite turns against controversial metric - 15:49

Global initiative seeks 1,000 new cancer models - 15:49

Clouds get high on climate change - 15:49

‘Web of Science’ to be sold to private-equity firms - 15:49

How China is rewriting the book on human origins - 15:49

Mobile-phone expansion could disrupt key weather satellites - 15:49

Watch out for cheats in citation game - 15:49

Graphene sheets tear themselves to ribbons - 15:49

Poor musical taste? Blame your upbringing - 15:49

Microbiome 'social network' revealed by gene swaps - 15:49

South Africa ushers in a new era for HIV - 15:49