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Monday the 30th of March 2015
Pesticide residue on food could affect sperm quality, says Harvard study
'Tampon tests' could be used to track sewage in rivers
Evidence found of Noah's ark flood victims
Female embryos more likely to die in pregnancy than males, study claims
World's largest aircraft looking for investors to give it liftoff
Scott Kelly speaks from the International Space Station - live stream
We now talk about menopause as if it were afternoon tea: is that a good thing?
Climate change: at last a breakthrough to our catastrophic political impasse?
Brain development in children could be affected by poverty, study shows
'Can’t we just show a load of movie trailers to chickens and rabbits?'
The fossil fuel divestment campaign is inherently flawed
Sunday the 29th of March 2015
The Earth is nearly flat, and other scientific truths
Neutrinos rarely interact, but watch them hit the Nova detector here!
Starwatch: The April night sky
Prince Charles letters: what does a graphologist make of them?
Christopher King obituary
Carol Morley: ‘Mass hysteria is a powerful group activity’
New to nature No 140: Anthroherpon cecai and A sinjajevina
How does a chick breathe in the egg?
Saturday the 28th of March 2015
Lost Greek city that may have inspired Atlantis myth gives up secrets
How UK wonder substance graphene can't and won't benefit UK
Friday the 27th of March 2015
Astronauts blast off for year-long stay on space station - video
US and Russian astronauts blast off on history-making space trip
Google partners with health firm to develop AI surgical robots
Psychological tests for pilots cannot prevent crashes, say experts
Francis Maude warned by scientists over 'chilling effect' of new media rules
The Germanwings tragedy: inside the mind of a pilot
Ipso proves impotent at curbing the Mail's climate misinformation
Republicans face dilemma as climate change rises up political agenda
Love a duck? Promiscuous birds make genetic mistakes
Sound scientific thinking finds a cleaner way to extinguish fires
Claims about Andreas Lubitz's mental health only serve to stigmatise depression
The science behind our sense of touch - podcast
Let’s keep talking: why public dialogue on science and technology matters more than ever
Biggest science prize takes web tycoon from social networks to string theory
As a cancer researcher I ask whether a new drug may prolong a child's life
Thursday the 26th of March 2015
White House crafts first-ever plan to fight antibiotic resistance
Spacewatch: Galileo nears operation
Why does hot water sometimes freeze faster than cold water?
What does the way you count on your fingers say about your brain?
Success for first non-beating heart transplant in Europe
New discovery uses virus to boil water three times faster
Happy birthday to the bioweapons convention
Crossing your fingers might reduce pain, says study
How particle accelerator maths helped me fix my Wi-Fi
Italian's physicist's book on Einstein's relativity theory becomes surprise hit
Our pets are getting too fat. As I found out, indulging them can have serious consequences
It's mating time for UK's giant pandas, with a little help from the vets
Can parental training improve the course of autism?
Women have the right to prenatal genetic testing - and to choose abortion
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