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Monday th 14th of January 2019

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

How worm blobs behave like a liquid and a solid - 13:30

Nerve cells from people with autism grow unusually big and fast - 06:10

Thursday th 10th of January 2019

Poison toilet paper reveals how termites help rainforests resist drought - 14:10

Floating seabirds provide a novel way to trace ocean currents - 09:10

50 years ago, scientists studied orcas in the wild for the first time - 08:10

‘Little Foot’ skeleton reveals a brain much like a chimp’s - 06:10

Wednesday th 9th of January 2019

This protein may help explain why some women with endometriosis are infertile - 15:10

A new app tracks breathing to detect an opioid overdose - 14:10

Paint specks in tooth tarter illuminate a medieval woman’s artistry - 14:10

A second repeating fast radio burst has been tracked to a distant galaxy - 13:30

Studies can be in vitro, in vivo and now ‘in fimo’ — in poop - 07:10

Tuesday th 8th of January 2019

Less than a year after launch, TESS is already finding bizarre worlds - 16:30

A protein in mosquito eggshells could be the insects’ Achilles’ heel - 14:10

How the periodic table went from a sketch to an enduring masterpiece - 11:30

150 years on, the periodic table has more stories than it has elements - 11:30

Monday th 7th of January 2019

A weird type of zirconium soaks up neutrons like a sponge - 11:10

Green darner dragonflies migrate a bit like monarch butterflies - 07:10

Sunday th 6th of January 2019

‘Beyond Weird’ and ‘What Is Real?’ try to make sense of quantum weirdness - 08:10

Friday th 4th of January 2019

4 ways to tackle ocean trash besides Ocean Cleanup’s broken system - 16:10

High-speed video reveals physics tricks for shooting a rubber band - 09:10

Satellites make mapping hot spots of ammonia pollution easier - 07:10

Thursday th 3rd of January 2019

DNA tests of Lassa virus mid-outbreak helped Nigeria target its response - 14:30

A new way to genetically tweak photosynthesis boosts plant growth - 14:10

The physics of fluids explains how crowds of marathon runners move - 14:10

China just landed the first spacecraft on the moon's farside - 11:10

Probiotics don’t help puking kids, two large trials suggest - 07:10

Wednesday th 2nd of January 2019

New Horizons shows Ultima Thule looks like a snowman, or maybe BB-8 - 17:50

A new implant uses light to control overactive bladders - 13:10

Poop provides a link in determining penguin diet from space - 07:10

This scientist watches meat rot to decipher the Neandertal diet - 06:10

Monday th 31st of December 2018

Known as the ‘mother of Hubble,’ astronomer Nancy Roman dies at 93 - 17:30

Macaques take turns while chattering - 11:30

Sunday th 30th of December 2018

Get live updates on New Horizons’ flyby of a distant Kuiper Belt object - 06:10

Friday th 28th of December 2018

These are the most-read stories of 2018 - 12:10

What will be the big science stories of 2019? Here are our predictions - 06:10

Thursday th 27th of December 2018

Artificial intelligence is mastering a wider variety of jobs than ever before - 11:50

50 years ago, astronauts orbited the moon for the first time - 05:50

Wednesday th 26th of December 2018

2018 was a busy year in space - 07:10

Friday th 21st of December 2018

Americans are sleeping less than they were 13 years ago - 12:10

These 2018 findings could be big news — if they turn out to be true - 11:10

Pterosaurs may have been covered in fur and primitive feathers - 07:10

Thursday th 20th of December 2018

How decorating for Christmas sends people to the ER - 16:31

More plants survived the world’s greatest mass extinction than thought - 14:30

This blog is dead. Long live the blog. - 13:10

The #MeToo movement shook up workplace policies in science - 12:30