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Thursday th 5th of July 2018

Leprosy lurks in armadillos in Brazil’s Amazon - 18:24

This invasive tick can clone itself and suck livestock dry - 18:23

‘Spying on Whales’ dives into the story of true leviathans - 18:23

Kids today are waiting longer than ever in the classic marshmallow test - 18:23

Mini machines can evade friction by taking quantum shortcuts - 18:23

The study of human heredity got its start in insane asylums - 18:23

Finally, there’s a way to keep syphilis growing in the lab - 18:23

Koala genome may contain clues for helping the species survive - 18:23

Mongolians practiced horse dentistry as early as 3,200 years ago - 18:23

Astronomers snap the first baby pictures of a planet - 18:23

This ‘junk’ gene may be important in embryo development - 18:23

Evidence grows that an HPV screen beats a Pap test at preventing cancer - 18:23

Researchers create hybrid embryos of endangered white rhinos - 18:23

Foot fossil pegs hominid kids as upright walkers 3.3 million years ago - 18:23

NASA’s Parker probe is about to get up close and personal with the sun - 18:23

North America’s earliest dogs came from Siberia - 18:23

Most Americans think funding science pays off - 18:23

Nerve cells that help control hunger have been ID’d in mice - 18:23

Soaring spiders may get cues from electric charges in the air - 18:23

Thursday th 17th of August 2017

Eclipses show wrong physics can give right results - 14:42

How an itch hitches a ride to the brain - 13:23

Embryos kill off male tissue to become female - 13:23

Why are the loops in the sun’s atmosphere so neat and tidy? - 06:22

Wednesday th 16th of August 2017

A new tool could one day improve Lyme disease diagnosis - 15:32

Giant larvaceans could be ferrying ocean plastic to the seafloor - 14:32

Robot, heal thyself - 13:32

Protect little ones’ eyes from the sun during the eclipse - 08:12

What can the eclipse tell us about the corona’s magnetic field? - 06:12

Tuesday th 15th of August 2017

Seismologists get to the bottom of how deep Earth’s continents go - 16:52

These spiders crossed an ocean to get to Australia - 08:12

Can the eclipse tell us if Einstein right about general relativity? - 06:12

Monday th 14th of August 2017

Normally aloof particles of light seen ricocheting off each other - 10:02

Polluted water: It’s where sea snakes wear black - 08:22

What can we learn about Mercury’s surface during the eclipse? - 06:22

Sunday th 13th of August 2017

What happens in Earth’s atmosphere during an eclipse? - 06:12

Saturday th 12th of August 2017

What do plants and animals do during an eclipse? - 06:12

Friday th 11th of August 2017

Why midsize animals are the fastest - 08:12

What will scientists learn from the Great American Eclipse? - 06:12

Why is this year’s solar eclipse such a big deal for scientists? - 06:12

Thursday th 10th of August 2017

Climate change is shifting when Europe’s rivers flood - 13:42

Gene editing creates virus-free piglets - 13:02

The first look at how archaea package their DNA reveals they’re a lot like us - 13:02

50 years ago, steel got stronger and stretchier - 06:12

Wednesday th 9th of August 2017

Moon had a magnetic field for at least a billion years longer than thought - 14:22

More U.S. adults are drinking, and more heavily - 12:42

Ancient people arrived in Sumatra’s rainforests more than 60,000 years ago - 12:02

Infant ape’s tiny skull could have a big impact on ape evolution - 12:02

Readers fascinated by critters’ strange biology - 10:42

A lot of life on planet Earth is awful and incredible - 10:42

Ticks are here to stay. But scientists are finding ways to outsmart them - 10:02