Wednesday th 17th of October 2018

What the electron’s near-perfect roundness means for new physics - 12:10

Dandelion seeds create a bizarre whirlpool in the air to fly - 12:10

These ancient mounds may not be the earliest fossils on Earth after all - 12:10

Tuesday th 16th of October 2018

A mysterious polio-like disease has sickened as many as 127 people in the U.S. - 17:50

An ancient child’s ‘vampire burial’ included steps to prevent resurrection - 12:10

To unravel autism’s mysteries, one neuroscientist looks at the developing brain - 11:10

People who have a good sense of smell are also good navigators - 10:10

Explore the history of blood from vampires to the ‘Menstrual Man’ - 08:10

Monday th 15th of October 2018

In cadaver caves, baby beetles grow better with parental goo - 17:40

Add beer to the list of foods threatened by climate change - 13:00

How nectar bats fly nowhere - 06:20

50 years ago, a 550-year-old seed sprouted - 01:24

What bees did during the Great American Eclipse - 01:24

If the past is a guide, Hubble’s new trouble won’t doom the space telescope - 01:24

Here’s what’s unusual about Hurricane Michael - 01:24

See these dazzling images of a growing mouse embryo - 01:24

Gene editing creates mice with two biological dads for the first time - 01:24

The first observed wimpy supernova may have birthed a neutron star duo - 01:24

Self-driving cars see better with cameras that mimic mantis shrimp vision - 01:24

Hundreds of dietary supplements are tainted with potentially harmful drugs - 01:24

The Neil Armstrong biopic ‘First Man’ captures early spaceflight's terror - 01:24

Genealogy databases could reveal the identity of most Americans - 01:24

We’re probably undervaluing healthy lakes and rivers - 01:24

Tuesday th 9th of October 2018

These light-loving bacteria may survive surprisingly deep underground - 15:30

Nearly 2 million U.S. adult nonsmokers vape - 13:06

‘Sawbones’ invites readers to laugh at the bizarre history of medicine - 06:05

Monday th 8th of October 2018

How your brain is like a film editor - 12:00

The economics of climate change and tech innovation win U.S. pair a Nobel - 11:20

Spiky ice spires may stud the equator of Jupiter’s moon Europa - 10:20

Sunday th 7th of October 2018

Limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees versus 2 has big benefits, the IPCC says - 20:20

Friday th 5th of October 2018

The universe’s continued existence implies extra dimensions are tiny - 15:40

‘Einstein’s Shadow’ explores what it takes to snap a black hole’s picture - 12:20

A new ultrafast laser emits pulses of light 30 billion times a second - 06:24

Thursday th 4th of October 2018

City size and structure may influence influenza epidemics - 14:20

Saturn’s ‘ring rain’ is a surprising cocktail of chemicals - 13:20

How wind power could contribute to a warming climate - 10:20

Wednesday th 3rd of October 2018

Speeding up evolution to create useful proteins wins the chemistry Nobel - 18:00

Physicist Leon Lederman, renowned for his subatomic particle work, has died - 16:40

A 90,000-year-old bone knife hints special tools appeared early in Africa - 13:20

Hubble may have spotted the first known exomoon - 13:20

Lemur study suggests why some fruits smell so fruity - 13:20

Speeding up the evolution of proteins wins the chemistry Nobel - 06:40

Tuesday th 2nd of October 2018

Giraffes inherit their spots from their mothers - 17:20

Dazzling laser feats earn these physicists a Nobel - 15:40

Tracking how rainfall morphs Earth’s surface could help forecast flooding - 08:20

Groundbreaking ways of manipulating light win trio the 2018 physics Nobel - 06:40

Monday th 1st of October 2018

Discovery of how to prod a patient’s immune system to fight cancer wins a Nobel - 16:30

Gene editing can speed up plant domestication - 10:04

Smuggling a CRISPR gene editor into staph bacteria can kill the pathogen - 08:20

Cancer immunotherapy wins the 2018 medicine Nobel Prize - 06:02