The Guardian - Science

Thursday the 5th of June 2014

Technology policy in an election year: stop pretending it's technocratic - 09:13

The extraordinary 2,000-year-old computer that you've never heard of - 06:31

Animal research can be justified but 'cuteness' is irrelevant - 06:31

Lego to launch female scientists series after online campaign - 06:00

Synthetic biology and the rise of the 'spider-goats' - 00:10

Seriously ill patients could receive untested treatments under new bill - 00:10

Wednesday the 4th of June 2014

Doctors, welfare, and the deadly workhouse - 18:50

The illusion of attention - 17:51

Nasa should ditch 'flexible approach' and focus on manned mission to Mars - 14:50

Gravitational wave triumph turns to dust after flawed analysis revealed - 12:20

Is widespread sexism making hurricanes more deadly than himmicanes? - 10:20

Dinosaur 'graveyard' discovered in Chile - video - 07:50

Why koalas hug trees to beat the heat - 06:14

Why do female hurricanes kill more people than male ones? - 06:14

So how dangerous is ecstasy? - 04:30

Chilean scientists make huge fossil find - 04:01

Less thinking, more drinking: a case for old-fashioned Parenting - 01:30

22 answers for creationists from someone who understands evolution - 00:30

Tuesday the 3rd of June 2014

Dinosaur smuggler sentenced to three months in prison in New York - 16:01

Light switches memories on and off - 15:31

Simon Roberts obituary - 12:31

Paul Bowden obituary - 12:31

How did Alexander Shulgin become known as the Godfather of Ecstasy? - 12:01

We know the 'mega-Earth' is out there and it's massive - 11:31

Can we have a robust public debate on biodiversity offsetting? - 11:30

Archive, 1997: Interview with Alexander Shulgin, 'godfather of ecstasy' - 11:01

Drug raises hopes for skin cancer treatment - 10:31

Genetic treatment using three-parent embryo may be ready in two years - 10:31

How to spot a murderer's brain - 09:32

Alexander Shulgin obituary - 08:32

Autistic boys exposed to higher levels of hormones in womb, study finds - 04:10

Could a brain scan diagnose you as a psychopath? - 03:40

Morality pills: reality or science fiction? - 01:20

Monday the 2nd of June 2014

High flyers: bees on cocaine 'behave like humans' - 22:20

Monstrous rocky planet nicknamed 'Godzilla of Earths' - 12:31

Spray-on clothing becomes a reality - 10:02

Young blood rejuvenates old brains - 09:31

Caliche: The conflict mineral that fuelled the First World War - 03:01

Science Weekly podcast: staying safe in a risky world - 00:34

Yeti DNA: has the mystery really been solved? - 00:00

Sunday the 1st of June 2014

Starwatch: The June night sky - 16:00

Nasa chief Bolden says agency can go where no man has gone before: Mars - 13:10

Mars: we're going to need a bigger parachute, says Nasa - 10:31

Jacques Cousteau's grandson to spend month underwater off Florida Keys - 10:31

Sleepy brains neglect half the world - 08:00

Compelling People review how to win friends and influence people in the 21st century - 07:31

How Barbara Arrowsmith-Young rebuilt her own brain - 07:01

Gravity versus the Standard Model - 06:30

Raja Ramanna - 03:30

Saturday the 31st of May 2014

Virgin Galactic 'not much of a space flight', says astronaut Chris Hadfield - 22:50