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Friday the 20th of March 2015
New books party: books that arrived recently
Vikings were more trade and bling than rape and pillage, museum shows
Mice losing their allure as experimental subjects to study human disease
Solar eclipse: grey skies part for lucky star-gazers
As we begin to think of exoplanets as real worlds we could visit, we will want to go
Solar eclipse 2015 - in pictures
Your entirely underwhelming solar eclipse photos
Urban seagulls target of UK budget windfall
Transit of Venus: highlights from the once-in-a lifetime event
SpaceX frees more than a hundred photos into public domain
Solar eclipse – live updates
The UK's genetic structure revealed - podcast
Thursday the 19th of March 2015
Revealed: the terrifying 9ft-long crocodile which walked upright
Where's the best place to see Friday's solar eclipse? Probably the internet
Readers recommend: songs about islands
Scientists create Terminator 2-inspired 3D printer
Arctic sea ice extent hits record low for winter maximum
Create UN military unit to protect ancient sites from Isis, says Italy
Terminator 2-inspired 3D printing method - video
Dark night rising: the photographer who captured the mystery of the eclipse
Mark Zuckerberg book club tackles the philosophy of science
How chemistry affects the evolution of life
Shhh. We introverts are winning quiet victories
Syrian seedbank wins award for continuing work despite civil war
Solar eclipse: what you need to know
UK prepares for solar eclipse impact on electricity grid
Does walking make you stiff?
Southern lights illuminate New Zealand sky - timelapse video
Giant camels in the high Arctic? It's not as far-fetched as it sounds…
Do your genes determine your entire life?
Mystery of Darwin's strange South American mammals solved
Wednesday the 18th of March 2015
Mediterranean diet 'cuts strokes and heart attacks in at-risk groups'
Scientists criticise Ted Cruz's attack on Nasa's earth sciences mission
Genetic map of cancer reveals trails of mutation that lead to disease
Amazon's trees removed nearly a third less carbon in last decade – study
Genetic study reveals 30% of white British DNA has German ancestry
Ted Cruz tells Nasa to stick to space and stay out of climate change - video
The height of intelligence
Satellite Eye on Earth: February 2015 – in pictures
Of mice and old men: is the elixir of youth finally coming of age?
The longer babies breastfeed, the more they achieve in life – major study
Breastfeeding raises IQ… and some worrying questions
Does social media also give us a fear of missing out ... on grief?
Solar eclipse is unprecedented test, says European power grid
Bed sharing with babies – is it safe?
Russian cosmonaut remembers mankind's first walk in space
Starman Chris Hadfield falls to Earth as Soyuz returns from ISS
I’m on list to be a Mars One astronaut –but I won’t see the red planet
Shortlisted Mars One astronaut: venture has taken one giant leap backwards
The psychology of mass government surveillance: How do the public respond and is it changing our behaviour?
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