The Guardian - Science

Saturday the 20th of December 2014

Computer test could spot children at risk of developing depression - 16:30

From the Moon to mongooses, crowdfunding rescues science research - 10:00

Anti-inflammatory drugs ‘could fight depression’ - 08:30

Heroes of 2014: Danielle George, the scientist encouraging kids to take things apart - 07:30

Watch Nasa's Orion spacecraft breaking through Earth's atmosphere - video - 07:00

The best popular medicine books of 2014 - 06:30

Chris Hadfield: astronaut, troubadour, tweeter – and a true Space Oddity - 00:20

Friday the 19th of December 2014

ISS astronaut uses 3D printer to make socket wrench in space - 22:20

Why methane on Mars has reignited our quest for life on other planets - 14:20

Five thousand metres under the sea: my journey to another world - 12:20

Nasa satellite captures Earth's Christmas lights – video - 10:50

Snailfish sets depth record at more than 8,000 metres below surface of Pacific - 09:20

Large carnivores and humans can live together - 09:20

Unbroken: what makes some people more resilient than others? - 08:20

World's deepest fish filmed eight kilometres down in the Mariana Trench - video - 08:20

The state of the death penalty in the US: an expert takes your questions - 07:50

Zoology Notes 001: vampire bats can run - 06:20

Against Excellence - 05:50

10 diktats from Brussels that are ruining life in Britain - 05:20

Twenty years on from Longitude… rewriting the “villainous” Nevil Maskelyne - 03:30

Did 2014 mark beginning of the end for mental health stigma? - 02:30

Thursday the 18th of December 2014

Brown bears, wolves and lynx numbers rising in Europe - 14:30

US, Russian space travellers: 'There is no borders in space between us' - 14:30

2014 science breakthroughs: no more ageing, cave art and landing on a comet - 14:30

Birds detect approaching storm from 900km away - 12:03

Texas police hunt for man who shot television weatherman in parking lot - 11:00

Isro blasts India’s biggest rocket into space - 06:30

The best popular science books of 2014: Physical sciences - 06:00

Wednesday the 17th of December 2014

Methane on Mars: does it mean the Curiosity rover has found life? - 14:00

Army tests radar-laden balloons as part of early-warning missile shield - 13:30

World’s first ‘three-parent’ babies could be born in the UK - 13:00

The best popular science books of 2014: Biological sciences - 12:30

Kew Gardens’ world-class status at risk from ‘slash-and-burn’ job losses - 12:00

Happy drug Prozac can bring on impulse to suicide, study says - 11:30

Amateur cloud enthusiast dreams up name for newly identified formation - 08:00

Microplastic deposits found deep in world's oceans and seas - 06:00

Wellcome Library archive sheds new light on history of mental healthcare - 03:00

Tuesday the 16th of December 2014

Mars rover detects complex substances - 18:00

Lake on Mars could have teemed with microbial life - 16:30

Curiosity Mars rover hands in homework and gets top marks - 16:00

Methane ‘spikes’ fuel speculation of life on Mars - 15:00

Should privacy regulation be more than just data protection? - 12:30

The best nature books of 2014 - 10:30

We are in perpetual denial about our food, but meat is bad news - 10:00

Five ways to stop mass extinction - 09:30

How painkillers really can relieve a headache brought on by foreigners - 09:30

Geminid meteor shower: your pictures - 08:00

Life on the Edge review – the weird world of quantum biology explained - 07:30

Charles Darwin’s famous Galápagos Islands foundation faces extinction - 07:30

The Week closes off comments to avoid 'acrimonious' hijackers - 06:30