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Thursday th 31st of January 2019

Giant pandas may have only recently switched to eating mostly bamboo - 11:06

No, we don’t know that gum disease causes Alzheimer’s - 07:10

Wednesday th 30th of January 2019

New dates narrow down when Denisovans and Neandertals crossed paths - 13:20

A new AI training program helps robots own their ignorance - 12:20

Chinese ‘tweets’ hint that happiness drops as air pollution rises - 11:40

This robot learned not to mess with other people’s stuff - 10:00

Tuesday th 29th of January 2019

Scientists name 66 species as potential biodiversity threats to EU - 15:20

The latest picture of Ultima Thule reveals a remarkably smooth face - 11:40

Five explosive things the 2018 eruption taught us about Kilauea - 07:20

Monday th 28th of January 2019

Earth’s core may have hardened just in time to save its magnetic field - 15:20

Why modern javelin throwers hurled Neandertal spears at hay bales - 14:00

How light-farming chloroplasts morph into defensive warriors - 08:10

It’s time to start taking the search for E.T. seriously, astronomers say - 06:10

Sunday th 27th of January 2019

Vitamin D supplements aren’t living up to their hype - 06:10

Friday th 25th of January 2019

Dogs may have helped ancient Middle Easterners hunt small game - 10:03

Male birds’ sexy songs may not advertise their brains after all - 07:11

Thursday th 24th of January 2019

Lack of sleep is tied to increases in two Alzheimer's proteins - 14:30

Rocking puts adults to sleep faster and makes slumber deeper - 11:10

Tiny eyes make a bizarre, ancient platypus-like reptile even weirder - 09:10

50 years ago, scientists tried to control earthquakes with earthquakes - 07:10

Wednesday th 23rd of January 2019

Young emperor penguins brave icy, winter waters in their first year - 17:10

A CRISPR gene drive for mice is one step closer to reality - 13:30

Ordinary cameras can now photograph out-of-sight objects - 13:10

The cerebellum may do a lot more than just coordinate movement - 07:20

Tuesday th 22nd of January 2019

Ring ripples reveal how long a day lasts on Saturn - 17:20

Being messy on the inside keeps metamaterials from folding under stress - 12:20

‘Good to Go’ tackles the real science of sports recovery - 08:20

Physicists aim to outdo the LHC with this wish list of particle colliders - 06:20

Sunday th 20th of January 2019

Our fascination with robots goes all the way back to antiquity - 08:20

Friday th 18th of January 2019

Cryptic remains of tiny animals have turned up in an Antarctic lake - 17:40

Prosecco production takes a toll on northeast Italy’s environment - 13:40

This honeybee parasite may be more of a fat stealer than a bloodsucker - 13:20

A new gravitational wave detector is almost ready to join the search - 07:20

Thursday th 17th of January 2019

New ways to image and control nerve cells could unlock brain mysteries - 14:20

The moon’s craters suggest Earth hasn’t erased lots of past impacts - 14:20

Overdose deaths tied to antianxiety drugs like Xanax continue to rise - 08:10

This rediscovered Bolivian frog species survived deadly chytrid fungus - 06:10

Wednesday th 16th of January 2019

An ancient child from East Asia grew teeth like a modern human - 14:25

Bacterial compounds may be as good as DEET at repelling mosquitoes - 14:25

These robots can follow how-to diagrams - 14:10

A four-legged robot hints at how ancient tetrapods walked - 13:50

Tuesday th 15th of January 2019

Two daring spacecraft aim to bring asteroid dust back to Earth - 14:50

A new 3-D printed ‘sponge’ sops up excess chemo drugs - 09:10

The first suspected exomoon may remain hidden for another decade - 07:10

Monday th 14th of January 2019

Easing test anxiety boosts low-income students’ biology grades - 15:10

A cosmic flare called the ‘Cow’ may reveal a new way that stars die - 11:30

Desalination pours more toxic brine into the ocean than previously thought - 10:30

Your phone could reveal your radiation exposure after a nuclear disaster - 06:10

Saturday th 12th of January 2019

Here’s how the record-breaking government shutdown is disrupting science - 08:10

Friday th 11th of January 2019

A drill built for Mars is being used to bore into Antarctic bedrock - 15:10