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Tuesday th 20th of November 2018

Nuclear ‘knots’ could unravel the mysteries of atoms - 06:20

Monday th 19th of November 2018

NASA’s Mars 2020 rover will look for ancient life in a river delta - 15:40

A Bronze Age tomb in Israel reveals the earliest known use of vanilla - 13:00

Gut bacteria may guard against diabetes that comes with aging - 11:00

Hemp fields offer a late-season pollen source for stressed bees - 06:20

Sunday th 18th of November 2018

Wombats are the only animals whose poop is a cube. Here’s how they do it. - 17:20

Small doses of peanut protein can turn allergies around - 17:00

Tiny satellites will relay news of InSight’s Mars landing in minutes, not hours - 07:20

Friday th 16th of November 2018

FDA restricts the sale of some flavored e-cigarettes as teen use soars - 13:20

A Bronze Age game called 58 holes was found chiseled into stone in Azerbaijan - 13:20

Astronomers spot another star that flickers like Tabby’s star - 10:20

It’s official: We’re redefining the kilogram - 07:40

Thursday th 15th of November 2018

Lyme and other tickborne diseases are on the rise in the U.S. Here’s what that means. - 17:20

Development near natural areas puts more Californians in the path of wildfires - 14:40

Mini ‘solar panels’ help yeast shine at churning out drug ingredients - 14:16

Coffee or tea? Your preference may be written in your DNA - 09:10

Wednesday th 14th of November 2018

A massive crater hides beneath Greenland’s ice - 14:10

Skull damage suggests Neandertals led no more violent lives than humans - 13:10

Sound-absorbent wings and fur help some moths evade bats - 06:10

Tuesday th 13th of November 2018

U.S. cases of a polio-like illness rise, but there are few clues to its cause - 17:30

How mammoths competed with other animals and lost - 12:50

Climate change may have made the Arctic deadlier for baby shorebirds - 10:50

One of Earth’s shimmering dust clouds has been spotted at last - 06:10

Monday th 12th of November 2018

Physicists wrangled electrons into a quantum fractal - 11:21

Car tires and brake pads produce harmful microplastics - 09:00

Sunday th 11th of November 2018

China is about to visit uncharted territory on the moon - 07:10

Saturday th 10th of November 2018

Vitamin D supplements don’t prevent heart disease or cancer - 15:10

A potent fish oil drug may protect high-risk patients against heart attacks - 15:10

Friday th 9th of November 2018

These tiny, crackly bubbles are a new type of volcanic ash - 12:11

Questions about toxic red tides, and more reader feedback - 09:10

Ancient DNA suggests people settled South America in at least 3 waves - 09:10

Screen time to heal, and perhaps to harm - 08:50

Hints of Oort clouds around other stars may lurk in the universe’s first light - 06:10

Thursday th 8th of November 2018

How a life-threatening allergic reaction can happen so fast - 14:10

These fragile, futuristic batteries run longer with a little oil - 14:10

The number of calories you burn while resting depends on the time of day - 11:10

Wednesday th 7th of November 2018

A new drug may boost dwindling treatment options for gonorrhea - 17:10

Marijuana may change the decision-making part of teen brains - 16:10

Like Europe, Borneo hosted Stone Age cave artists - 13:10

50 years ago, atomic testing created otter refugees - 11:50

Bizarre metals may help unlock mysteries of how Earth’s magnetic field forms - 06:10

Tuesday th 6th of November 2018

A lack of sleep can induce anxiety - 12:10

‘End of the Megafauna’ examines why so many giant Ice Age animals went extinct - 09:10

Loneliness is bad for brains - 06:10

Monday th 5th of November 2018

Virtual avatars learned cartwheels and other stunts from videos of people - 14:30

Physicists measured Earth’s mass using neutrinos for the first time - 11:10

A mashup of yeast and shows how mitochondria might have evolved - 06:10

Sunday th 4th of November 2018

Malaysia is ground zero for the next malaria menace - 07:10

Friday th 2nd of November 2018

Hubble has been busy since coming back online - 15:50

A new measurement bolsters the case for a (slightly) smaller proton - 10:50