The Guardian - Science

Friday the 4th of July 2014

Nasa satellite captures Earth's electric night video - 21:30

Terrawatch: The crash that splintered Earth's crust - 16:00

Iridium-192: how dangerous is it? - 14:00

Technology bridges gap between brain and muscles for victim of paralysis - 11:10

Facebook, Bigfoot and dead parrots - blogs roundup - 07:20

Brazil doesn't need a psychologist to win the World Cup. A pissing dog would do just as well - 05:20

3D printed organs come a step closer - 05:20

Anglican church synod urges Coalition to respect science on climate change - 02:50

Can we take something positive from the Facebook furore? - 01:20

Thursday the 3rd of July 2014

False memory planted in mouse's brain - 18:30

Shocking but true: students prefer jolt of pain than being made to sit and think - 13:31

Prehistoric circle dated to same summer as Seahenge neighbour - 09:01

Dead parrot live. Long live Monty Python and the three-banded armadillo - 06:01

Imperial College London 'falling short' over animal welfare standards - 06:00

The telescope that beamed the moonwalk now faces a budget blackhole - 06:00

Wednesday the 2nd of July 2014

On the trail of the orang pendek, Sumatra's mystery ape - 15:31

Fabien Cousteau and team of aquanauts complete 31-day undersea adventure - 15:31

Geek mythology and Nikola Tesla - 10:30

Nasa launches satellite to track CO2 in the atmosphere - 10:30

Nasa launches carbon-hunting satellite - video - 08:30

Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014: the shortlist - in pictures - 07:31

First Dog on the Moon on ... Facebook experiments - 03:00

Locusts may choose where to invade based on temperature, researchers find - 03:00

Kangaroos use tail as 'third leg' - video - 03:00

Abominable news: scientists rule out yetis - 02:30

Genes that make Luis Suárez impulsive may also make him a great footballer - 01:30

Tuesday the 1st of July 2014

DNA analysis reveals Bigfoot is a big fake - 21:00

Those hoax myths debunked - 19:00

Do we have the right to shape human evolution, wonders Robert Winston - 12:00

Prehistoric bones found in Spain are ancestors of Neanderthals - 10:30

The 'brussels sprouts' gene: TAS2R38 - 09:30

Britain hopes to catch up in global robotics race with test centre strategy - 07:30

Facebook fiasco: was Cornell's study of emotional contagion an ethics breach? - 01:30

The scandal of common mental illnesses left untreated - 01:30

Monday the 30th of June 2014

The price of love? Losing two of your closest friends - 22:10

Answers to Simon Singh's maths humour challenge - 20:41

A cosmic tadpole, Jupiter's shrinking spot and Nasa's flying saucer in pictures - 08:31

Using Facebook for science a guide for megalomaniacs - 07:30

Electroconvulsive therapy and ketamine in the treatment of depression - 06:01

Facebook emotion study breached ethical guidelines, researchers say - 06:01

Nasa to launch CO2-tracking satellite - 06:01

Fertility problems linked to children's mental health issues, research claims - 03:00

A journey to the heart of the planet we made - podcast - 00:30

Fearless brain-damaged patients are terrified of suffocation - 00:00

Sunday the 29th of June 2014

US planned one big nuclear blast for mankind - 20:00

Starwatch: The July night sky - 15:30

1,000 years on, perils of fake Viking swords are revealed - 13:30

Lab Scouse - 12:00

'Legitimate rape' a medieval medical concept - 07:00

Nasa launches balloon carrying Mars landing 'saucer' prototype - video - 04:30