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Friday th 30th of November 2018

Half the world’s annual rain falls in just 12 days - 14:00

Stone Age people conquered the Tibetan Plateau’s thin air - 13:00

Around the world, reported measles cases jumped 31 percent in 2017 - 12:40

An acid found in soil may make a disease killing deer less infectious - 06:20

Thursday th 29th of November 2018

A jumping spider mom nurses her brood for weeks on milk - 16:20

Astronomers have measured all the starlight ever emitted - 14:20

Stone-tool makers reached North Africa and Arabia surprisingly early - 14:20

Zaps to a certain spot in the brain may ease depression - 11:20

Wednesday th 28th of November 2018

Kids born in August are diagnosed with ADHD more than kids born in September - 17:20

The researcher who created CRISPR twins defends his work but fails to quell controversy - 16:00

A patch studded with tiny needles may help heart attack survivors recover - 14:20

Here’s how much climate change could cost the U.S. - 12:40

Beavers are engineering a new Alaskan tundra - 09:20

Tuesday th 27th of November 2018

Chinese scientists raise ethical questions with first gene-edited babies - 18:00

Mosquitoes may surf winds above Africa more than we realized - 13:00

A new algorithm could help protect planes from damaging volcanic ash - 08:20

Cactus spine shapes determine how they stab victims - 06:20

Monday th 26th of November 2018

NASA’s InSight lander has touched down safely on Mars - 16:20

How locust ecology inspired an opera - 10:20

Readers react to the SN 10 and Jocelyn Bell Burnell - 08:20

Do you know how your drinking water is treated? - 08:20

Physicists finally calculated where the proton’s mass comes from - 06:20

Sunday th 25th of November 2018

Why a chemistry teacher started a science board game company - 09:20

Engineers are plugging holes in drinking water treatment - 06:20

Friday th 23rd of November 2018

50 years ago, screwworm flies inspired a new approach to insect control - 07:20

Thursday th 22nd of November 2018

This huge plant-eater thrived in the age of dinosaurs — but wasn’t one of them - 14:20

Wednesday th 21st of November 2018

An orbiter glitch may mean some signs of liquid water on Mars aren’t real - 14:40

Brain implants let paralyzed people use tablets to send texts and stream music - 14:20

A new airplane uses charged molecules, not propellers or turbines, to fly - 13:20

Tuesday th 20th of November 2018

Don’t spank your kids. Do time-outs and positive talk instead, pediatricians say - 14:20

How Twitter bots get people to spread fake news - 11:20

An exploding meteor may have wiped out ancient Dead Sea communities - 10:20

Nuclear ‘knots’ could unravel the mysteries of atoms - 06:20

Monday th 19th of November 2018

NASA’s Mars 2020 rover will look for ancient life in a river delta - 15:40

A Bronze Age tomb in Israel reveals the earliest known use of vanilla - 13:00

Gut bacteria may guard against diabetes that comes with aging - 11:00

Hemp fields offer a late-season pollen source for stressed bees - 06:20

Sunday th 18th of November 2018

Wombats are the only animals whose poop is a cube. Here’s how they do it. - 17:20

Small doses of peanut protein can turn allergies around - 17:00

Tiny satellites will relay news of InSight’s Mars landing in minutes, not hours - 07:20

Friday th 16th of November 2018

FDA restricts the sale of some flavored e-cigarettes as teen use soars - 13:20

A Bronze Age game called 58 holes was found chiseled into stone in Azerbaijan - 13:20

Astronomers spot another star that flickers like Tabby’s star - 10:20

It’s official: We’re redefining the kilogram - 07:40

Thursday th 15th of November 2018

Lyme and other tickborne diseases are on the rise in the U.S. Here’s what that means. - 17:20

Development near natural areas puts more Californians in the path of wildfires - 14:40

Mini ‘solar panels’ help yeast shine at churning out drug ingredients - 14:16

Coffee or tea? Your preference may be written in your DNA - 09:10

Wednesday th 14th of November 2018

A massive crater hides beneath Greenland’s ice - 14:10

Skull damage suggests Neandertals led no more violent lives than humans - 13:10