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Thursday the 7th of November 2013
Jumbo the Elephant: the origins of ‘the largest known animal in creation’ | Henry Nicholls
Singing computer blasts audiences out of their comfort zone
In defence of 'basically'
Liane Mozère obituary
Sochi Olympic torch launched into space - video
Cortical colouring in: what does your brain do with black-and-white images? | Pete Etchells
Horoscopes (if astrology were a science) | Dean Burnett
An extra six months to live: babies can now expect to reach 82 in Australia
Wednesday the 6th of November 2013
Olympic torch bound for spacewalk
The whopping climate change footprint of two Australian coal mining projects | Graham Readfearn
The storm brewing in Australia's grain industry
Critics urge caution as UK genome project launches
Cancer risk no greater in IVF children, study shows
Lythronax: a new tyrant and the spread of the tyrannosaurs | Dr Dave Hone
'King of Gore' joins T rex family tree
Chelyabinsk meteor exploded with the energy of 500 kilotonnes of TNT
GMOs aren't the problem. Our industrial food system is | Richard Schiffman
Rjukan sun: the Norwegian town that does it with mirrors
Polonium-210: the hard-to-detect poison that killed Alexander Litvinenko
How the Science Museum brought the hunt for Higgs boson to life
Addressing mental health in the supply chain: are companies doing enough?
Serving the Reich: The Struggle for the Soul of Physics under Hitler by Philip Ball – review
Virginia governor's race shows global warming science denial is a losing political stance | John Abraham
The secret language of surgery | Roger Kneebone
Harlequin toad rediscovery suggest it is adapting or deadly fungus is changing
CO2 levels hit record high
Election ploy: why John Howard put climate scepticism on hold in 2006
Tuesday the 5th of November 2013
Letters: Consumers' fibs may explain diet paradox
Think digital distractions have killed our attention spans? Think again
Hopes of hepatitis C cure raised after antiviral drug treatment success
The cheerleader effect: how you can look good in a group
China's smog reduction plan could add to water stress and boost emissions
Girl dies after being attacked by family dog
Tanzania becomes battleground for GM crops | Sharon Schmickle
Music gives people a voice when words fail them at the end of their life | Bob Heath
Health Freaks – incompatible with the duties of a doctor?
Richard Dawkins: My honey trap – why doesn't anyone believe in public-spirited concern?
India launches rocket to Mars - video
India's Mars rocket Mangalyaan blasts off
Warsaw climate talks warned time is running out to close 'emissions gap'
The dark side of psychology in abuse and interrogation | Chris Chambers
Monday the 4th of November 2013
Giant, carnivorous platypus with sharp teeth surprises scientists
Two billion planets in our galaxy may be suitable for life
Drugs legislation is hampering clinical research, warns David Nutt
Richard Dawkins's honey and other high-profile airport confiscations
Ageing fashionistas: has fashion really changed for women over 60?
New York, London and Mumbai: major cities face risk from sea-level rises
Why H is the most contentious letter in the alphabet
What is the scientist's role in society and how do we teach it?
Bill de Blasio: a late-rising night owl for mayor of the city that never sleeps
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