The Guardian - Science

Monday the 3rd of March 2014

Vegetarians more likely to think they are unhealthy, study finds - 11:00

Curry cure - 09:00

Climate change is redefining the Australia of 'sunburnt country' poem | Graham Readfearn - 08:30

Spending more time in the dark could boost hearing in old age | Dana Smith - 08:00

How your brain works - 06:30

Science Weekly podcast: what are science museums for? - 02:31

Sunday the 2nd of March 2014

Country diary: Claxton, Norfolk: A billion soft pale hairs floss up as if illuminated from within - 16:30

Could mushrooms be the cure for cancer? - 14:30

Tom Margerison obituary - 14:00

Down Pompeii: emergency meeting called after collapses in ancient city - 12:00

Perv review – Jesse Bering's engaging study of sexual deviancy - 08:30

Saturday the 1st of March 2014

The perovskite lightbulb moment for solar power - 19:30

The hour of code: why we should get with the program… and try coding - 19:30

New to nature No 119: Osperalycus tenerphagus - 19:30

Book of the Week; Free Thinking; The Life Scientific; The Media Show – review - 13:30

Technology education: better salaries will encourage pupils to study the sciences - 13:30

Check your privilege with an antimatter beam | Jon Butterworth | Life & Physics - 12:30

Science funding must be at the heart of the UK's economic strategy | Paul Nurse - 09:30

Australian Antarctic Expedition: the power of pictures | Stephan Lewandowsky - 09:00

Freaking out about turning 30? | Erika L Sánchez - 07:30

The Birds of Paradise Project | video | @GrrlScientist - 06:00

Ask a grown-up: where does the sky end? - 02:30

Friday the 28th of February 2014

Global riot epidemic due to demise of cheap fossil fuels | Nafeez Ahmed - 17:30

Earthwatch: The earth moved (a little) - 17:00

Nanotech roundup: turning seawater into drinking water, and body power - 13:30

Northern lights visit southern UK - 13:00

How the refrigerator got its hum - 13:00

Fixing America's crummy food system will take more than nutrition labels | JP Sottile - 12:01

Keywords at Tate Liverpool explores 'vocabulary of culture and society' - 12:01

Global warming action: good or bad for the poor? | John Abraham - 11:00

You're more biased than you think – even when you know you're biased - 11:00

Creation Museum's $73m Noah's Ark park to begin construction in Kentucky - 10:31

Imaginary friends go mainstream – more children have them than ever - 10:31

Pacific cod: the other codfish | @GrrlScientist - 10:31

Neanderthals cleared of driving mammoths over cliff in mass slaughter - 10:01

DNA pioneer James Watson sets out radical theory for range of diseases - 09:01

Badger culls in England and Wales - timeline - 09:00

DevArt: Google's powerful new move to arts patronage - 06:30

Fighting insecticide resistance - podcast - 06:30

Fast ice: rescue from Antarctica - video - 04:31

Time to change the language we use about mental health | Mind your language - 04:31

Rescue from Antarctica - 04:31

As Antarctica opens up, will privateer explorers be frozen out? - 04:31

Australasian Antarctic Expedition in pictures - 04:31

Thursday the 27th of February 2014

Readers recommend: songs about holes | Peter Kimpton - 17:30

Spacewatch: Planet hunting with Plato - 17:00

Philip Thomas obituary - 12:30

Jack Dunham obituary - 11:30

Mitochondrial transfer consultation launched in UK - 11:00

Is the BBC becoming the UK version of Fox News on global warming? | Dana Nuccitelli - 09:30