Friday the 31st of October 2014

Virgin crash sets back space tourism by years: experts - 19:32

Goodbye to rainy days for US, Japan's first rain radar in space - 19:00

Scientists replicate the tide with two buckets, aquarium tubing, and a pump - 19:00

Massive geographic change may have triggered explosion of animal life - 19:00

Breaking down DNA by genome - 19:00

China completes first mission to moon and back - 19:00

Tracking a gigantic sunspot across the Sun - 18:30

Study of Chile earthquake finds new rock structure that affects earthquake rupture - 18:00

Witness: Space tourism rocket explodes in desert - 14:31

Team publishes evidence for natural alternative to antibiotic use in livestock - 14:01

Bladderwrack: Tougher than suspected - 14:00

Virgin spaceship crashes, fate of pilots unknown (Update) - 14:00

After Fukushima, Japan gets green boom—and glut - 14:00

Pilot study reveals new findings about microplastics in wastewater - 14:00

Wolf-like animal seen roaming in northern Arizona - 14:00

Estonia citizen extradited to NY in cyber case - 13:00

Scientists seek cure for devastating witches' broom disease of the chocolate tree - 13:00

New search planned for grave of Spanish poet Lorca - 12:00

Is fleet diversity key to sustainable fisheries? - 12:00

Drivebot aims to touch driver bases for safety, savings - 12:00

A new generation of storage—ring - 11:31

Ant behavior might shed insight on problems facing electronics design - 11:31

Green spaces don't ensure biodiversity in urban areas - 11:31

Strange, fanged deer persists in Afghanistan - 11:31

Tropical Depression Nuri now haunting the western Pacific Ocean - 11:31

NASA sees remnants of Nilofar go to cyclone graveyard - 11:31

UN climate panel on final stretch of key report - 11:31

There and back again: Extending optical storage lifetime by retrieving photon echoes from semiconductor spin excitations - 10:30

Captive rhinos exposed to urban rumbles - 10:00

Tropical Storm Vance's center looks like a pumpkin to Terra satellite - 09:30

Corporate interest is a problem for research into open-access publishing - 09:30

Q&A: 'Interstellar' filmmaker Nolan on his robots - 09:30

HP announces Sprout—a truly innovative workstation - 09:30

Humans are largely the problem in cyber security failures - 09:00

Family financing is anything but foolish - 09:00

Tweet much to gain popularity is an inefficient strategy - 09:00

Researchers find a way of avoiding overhead aversion in charity donations - 09:00

Research reveals Germans born after the fall of the Berlin Wall suffered from bad parenting - 08:30

'Swiss cheese' membrane with adjustable holes - 08:30

Pirate Bay founder jailed for hacking Danish data - 08:30

Scientists debunk Clearwater Lakes formation theory - 08:30

Sugar-free candy not a sweet treat for dogs, veterinarian warns - 08:30

Efficient genetic editing: Scientists develop new system that could be used to treat a host of genetic conditions - 08:30

'Divide and rule'—raven politics - 08:30

Countries can learn from Cyprus' 2013 economic crash, according to new report - 08:30

Flying qubits make for a highly resilient quantum memory - 08:30

Image: Egmont National Park on New Zealand's North Island from orbit - 08:30

Making cities more accessible for everyone - 08:01

European grid prepares for massive integration of renewables - 08:01

Researchers develop a device for running shoes that prevents injuries - 08:01