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Thursday the 11th of February 2016

Head of Google in Europe grilled by UK tax authorities - 08:50

Model suggests carbon dioxide could cause loss of planetary water as easily as increased solar radiation - 08:50

How does an experiment at LIGO actually work? - 08:50

Tracking microbial mat formation in Yellowstone - 08:50

Can sustainable office buildings increase workers' productivity? - 08:20

Antimicrobial resistance on the rise in the European Union, EFSA and ECDC warn - 08:20

A protein produced by cells in response to stress can improve the production of biological medicines - 08:20

Twisting magnets enhance data storage capacity - 08:20

Single-step process transforms carbon dioxide into building blocks for polymeric materials - 08:20

Largest rocky world found - 08:20

My robot Valentine—could you fall in love with a robot? - 08:20

Compact lens-free digital microscope - 07:50

Compliance cannot compel ethical behavior - 07:50

Smart cities better defined by new research - 07:50

College students' commitment to activism, political and civic engagement reach all-time highs - 07:20

GPS tracking down to the centimeter - 07:20

Journalists' social media efforts not saving industry, according to study - 07:20

Syncing simultaneous processing tasks could dramatically increase the efficiency of 'cloud' simulations - 07:20

Lawmakers say UK's draft online spying law needs changes - 07:20

Students to build a third space debris observation satellite - 07:20

Could the food we eat affect our genes? Study in yeast suggests this may be the case - 06:50

Mutual sabotage in parasites - 06:50

Engineers battle bias in the criminal justice system - 06:50

Researchers release open source code for powerful image detection algorithm - 06:50

Nokia says quarterly profit rose but cautions on outlook - 05:50

Congress likely to give final OK to local Internet tax ban - 05:50

Israeli navy vet wants to sink smugglers with sea of data - 05:50

'Electronic nose' determines food freshness - 05:50

Scientists gain insights into 'forbidden' chemistry - 05:50

Record for fastest data rate set - 05:20

Sneezing produces complex fluid cascade, not a simple spray - 03:50

124 crocodiles suffocate in Mexico truck trip - 03:50

Lego arm for disabled kids wins digital innovation prize - 03:50

Apple co-founder is bringing us an even nerdier 'Comic Con' - 03:21

As industry shifts, Las Vegas cabs do some soul-searching - 03:21

Gravitational waves: Why the fuss? - 03:21

Amazon executive to do stint with Italian government - 03:21

Twitter woes deepen as user base fails to grow - 03:21

Tesla ramps up sales, sets date for new model - 03:21

New X-ray space observatory to study black holes and history of galaxy clusters - 03:21

Wednesday the 10th of February 2016

The cloud can't kill demand for computers as big as a fridge - 19:00

Estrogen, antibiotics persisted in dairy farm waste after advanced treatment, study finds - 18:00

For virtual reality pioneers, no rush to succeed in 2016 - 18:00

Tesla's 4Q net loss doubles - 18:00

Rwanda hopes to use drones to deliver medical supplies - 18:00

Why emojis are a no-brainer for digital communication - 18:00

Nest size variation not related to breeding success - 18:00

Eagles and agriculture coexist in South Africa - 18:00

Watch, meet smartwatch: Fossil and Misfit think they're a perfect match - 17:30

Why you may skimp on your Valentine's Day gift - 17:30