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Thursday the 5th of June 2014
Technology policy in an election year: stop pretending it's technocratic
The extraordinary 2,000-year-old computer that you've never heard of
Animal research can be justified but 'cuteness' is irrelevant
Lego to launch female scientists series after online campaign
Synthetic biology and the rise of the 'spider-goats'
Seriously ill patients could receive untested treatments under new bill
Wednesday the 4th of June 2014
Doctors, welfare, and the deadly workhouse
The illusion of attention
Nasa should ditch 'flexible approach' and focus on manned mission to Mars
Gravitational wave triumph turns to dust after flawed analysis revealed
Is widespread sexism making hurricanes more deadly than himmicanes?
Dinosaur 'graveyard' discovered in Chile - video
Why koalas hug trees to beat the heat
Why do female hurricanes kill more people than male ones?
So how dangerous is ecstasy?
Chilean scientists make huge fossil find
Less thinking, more drinking: a case for old-fashioned Parenting
22 answers for creationists from someone who understands evolution
Tuesday the 3rd of June 2014
Dinosaur smuggler sentenced to three months in prison in New York
Light switches memories on and off
Simon Roberts obituary
Paul Bowden obituary
How did Alexander Shulgin become known as the Godfather of Ecstasy?
We know the 'mega-Earth' is out there and it's massive
Can we have a robust public debate on biodiversity offsetting?
Archive, 1997: Interview with Alexander Shulgin, 'godfather of ecstasy'
Drug raises hopes for skin cancer treatment
Genetic treatment using three-parent embryo may be ready in two years
How to spot a murderer's brain
Alexander Shulgin obituary
Autistic boys exposed to higher levels of hormones in womb, study finds
Could a brain scan diagnose you as a psychopath?
Morality pills: reality or science fiction?
Monday the 2nd of June 2014
High flyers: bees on cocaine 'behave like humans'
Monstrous rocky planet nicknamed 'Godzilla of Earths'
Spray-on clothing becomes a reality
Young blood rejuvenates old brains
Caliche: The conflict mineral that fuelled the First World War
Science Weekly podcast: staying safe in a risky world
Yeti DNA: has the mystery really been solved?
Sunday the 1st of June 2014
Starwatch: The June night sky
Nasa chief Bolden says agency can go where no man has gone before: Mars
Mars: we're going to need a bigger parachute, says Nasa
Jacques Cousteau's grandson to spend month underwater off Florida Keys
Sleepy brains neglect half the world
Compelling People review how to win friends and influence people in the 21st century
How Barbara Arrowsmith-Young rebuilt her own brain
Gravity versus the Standard Model
Saturday the 31st of May 2014
Virgin Galactic 'not much of a space flight', says astronaut Chris Hadfield
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