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Saturday the 25th of October 2014
William Burroughss drugs cure inspires Alzheimers researcher
Youre powered by quantum mechanics. No, really
SpaceX Dragon concludes fifth mission to International Space Station - video
Regrown finger is 'junk science'
Google executive Alan Eustace jumps 130,000ft from edge of space - video
A hummingbird and his man
Guns, Germs and Steel and a ploughman's lunch
Friday the 24th of October 2014
New books party: Books that arrived recently
£200,000 smart drugs seizure prompts alarm over rising UK sales
Information Age: 'The whole place lit up' 1950s telephone operator recalls the death of King George VI video
Bears, okapis, crows and Wren - blogs roundup
Should the creation of novel viruses be banned? podcast
Information Age: All you need is love (and three satellites)
Coils and cables: Science Museum opens information age gallery
Richard Dawkins cosmic tombstone: what would you add?
Transforming innovation policy
Thursday the 23rd of October 2014
Dead hearts transplanted into living patients in world first
Bears on stairs, Bez stares on: Manchester Science Festival
Spacewatch: Countdown to Philaes comet landing
Solar eclipse blocks sun in Australia video
Sinister truths of some everyday euphemisms
Plantwatch: Craze for foraging may endanger our mushrooms
Martin Perl obituary
Information Age: Paul Robeson, McCarthy and the submarine repeater
Why women are poor at science, by Harvard president
Brain games exploit anxieties about memory loss for profit scientists
The okapis skull. But where is its body?
Rosetta mission: Philae comet probe could unlock secrets of the universe
Wednesday the 22nd of October 2014
He was bad, so they put an ice pick in his brain...
Neanderthals 'unlikely to have interbred with human ancestors'
Ancient human bone helps date our first sex with Neanderthals
Bizarre dinosaur reconstructed after 50 years of wild speculation
Ebola virus: how it spreads and what it does to you video
Information Age: the (cake) computer that changed the world
Parents of disabled child appeal to MPs to allow three-person embryos
Tuesday the 21st of October 2014
Harvard scientists to make LSD factory from microbes
Tackling antibiotic-resistant bacteria through collaborative networking
The future has arrived: the sci-fi inventions that have become reality
Paralysed man walks again after pioneering spinal surgery video
Unearthing the secrets of evolution through cave exploration
How super-resolution microscopy made me fall in love with science (again)
Can you solve Martin Gardners best mathematical puzzles?
Information Age: the radio transmitter that changed our world
Siding Spring observatory under threat from coal seam gas light pollution
Paralysed dog walks again after nose cells treatment - video
Monday the 20th of October 2014
Paralysed man Darek Fidyka walks again after pioneering surgery
Venomous spider found in Waitrose shopping 'beautiful but aggressive'
Google Doodle forgets to celebrate Christopher Wren the man of science
Space talk: Ann Leckie and Caleb Scharf books podcast
Mother's stress harms foetus, research shows
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