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20-02-18 (12:43)   Mute male crickets are still trying to serenade females (Newscientist.com)
20-02-18 (10:00)   We all need to take our heads out of the sand (Newscientist.com)
20-02-18 (10:00)   Drone captures humpback whales catching krill with bubbles (Newscientist.com)
20-02-18 (09:22)   Debtors with mental health problems need 'breathing space' (BBC News)
20-02-18 (08:29)   Origins of land plants pushed back in time (BBC News)
20-02-18 (04:38)   Objects in Space 2/19/18: So presidential (Syfy Wire)
20-02-18 (03:06)   MyLiFi Uses An LED Lamp To Beam Internet To Your Computer (Ubergizmo)
20-02-18 (02:36)   Ocean plastic tide 'violates the law' (BBC News)
20-02-18 (00:41)   Amazon backs Marie Curie biopic starring Rosamund Pike (Engadget)
20-02-18 (00:36)   France to let wolf population grow despite farmers' fears (BBC News)
19-02-18 (23:22)   Hasbro HASLAB is crowdfunding for rare toys: Star Wars first! (SlashGear)
19-02-18 (23:22)   Picasso painting x-ray reveals hidden landscape artwork (SlashGear)
19-02-18 (22:41)   Fortnite: Battle Royale's season 3 Battle Pass will take players to space (Polygon)
19-02-18 (22:18)   Ancient DNA sheds light on what happened to the Taino, the native Caribbeans (Ars Technica)
19-02-18 (22:01)   Woman billed $17,850 for dodgy pee test. Alarmed experts say she's not alone (Ars Technica)
19-02-18 (21:51)   NASA Opportunity rover celebrates its 5,000th Martian day (SlashGear)
19-02-18 (21:27)   NASA's Opportunity rover sees its 5,000th day on Mars (Engadget)
19-02-18 (21:00)   We're evolving a gene that may stop us from drinking alcohol (Newscientist.com)
19-02-18 (20:47)   Judge finds written attack on climate scientist too ludicrous to be libel (Ars Technica)
19-02-18 (19:51)   Autism test could unlock much earlier diagnosis (SlashGear)
19-02-18 (18:22)   Elon Musk's Hyperloop gets DC dig go-ahead (SlashGear)
19-02-18 (18:05)   This Week In Gaming ? Metal Gear Survive, Age Of Empires, Costumes And Skins (GameInformer.com)
19-02-18 (18:00)   DNA secrets of how vampire bats became bloodthirsty (BBC News)
19-02-18 (17:32)   Aerojet says government asking it to invest too much in its own engine (Ars Technica)
19-02-18 (16:18)   Women go into science careers more often in countries without gender equality (Ars Technica)
19-02-18 (15:38)   OSIRIS-REx looks home from far, far away (Syfy Wire)
19-02-18 (15:00)   Electric eel-inspired batteries could power life-long pacemakers (Newscientist.com)
19-02-18 (15:00)   Flu is evolving in new and unpredictable ways in China's poultry (Newscientist.com)
19-02-18 (15:00)   Real-life Lord of the Flies experiment led us up the warpath (Newscientist.com)
19-02-18 (13:51)   Portable EEG machine shows how music affects the brain during exercise (SlashGear)
19-02-18 (12:58)   Watch Biomutant's mut-tastic upgrades genetically, cybernetically and psychicly enhance a space cat-racoon... thing (GamesRadar)
19-02-18 (12:29)   Should we revisit ethically dubious experiments from the past? (Newscientist.com)
19-02-18 (10:14)   Mute crickets can't chirp but rub their wings together anyway (Newscientist.com)
19-02-18 (05:12)   Throat sensor helps you recover from a stroke (Engadget)
19-02-18 (03:39)   You can now track where Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster is in space (Business Insider)
19-02-18 (03:38)   Objects in Space 2/18/18: Don't freeze (Syfy Wire)
19-02-18 (02:23)   Researchers Say They've Created a 90% Accurate Blood Test for Autism (Gizmodo)
19-02-18 (02:12)   SpaceX delays its satellite internet launch to February 21st (Engadget)
19-02-18 (01:09)   EPA Chief Scott Pruitt Cancels Trip to Israel as Furor Over His First-Class Travel Habits Grows (Gizmodo)
19-02-18 (00:57)   Where is Starman? New website lets you track Elon Musk's Tesla in space (Digital Trends)
18-02-18 (23:29)   Our cities are driving evolution and it's not all bad news (Newscientist.com)
18-02-18 (23:29)   Long haul with a free conscience (Newscientist.com)
18-02-18 (21:41)   Water purification could be the key to more electric cars (Engadget)
18-02-18 (21:23)   Falcon Heavy May Have Drastically Increased the Number of Asteroids We Can Mine (Gizmodo)
18-02-18 (21:18)   Poop Talk docu-comedy flings open bathroom doors, dives into stinky humanity (Ars Technica)
18-02-18 (21:01)   Residential solar is cheap, but can it get cheaper? Paths to $0.05 per kWh (Ars Technica)
18-02-18 (20:40)   SpaceX Delays Next Falcon 9 Launch, Said to Carry Starlink Prototypes, to At Least February 21st (Gizmodo)
18-02-18 (20:34)   Here's how to keep track of Elon Musk's Roadster and Starman in space (TechCrunch)
18-02-18 (19:54)   The 24 best science movies and shows streaming on Netflix that will make you smarter (Business Insider)
18-02-18 (18:24)   How NASA is going to be our galactic defender against asteroids (Syfy Wire)
18-02-18 (17:18)   Project Loon team gave Puerto Rico connectivity?and assembled a helicopter (Ars Technica)
18-02-18 (17:05)   Researchers develop electronic skin that displays vital health stats (SlashGear)
18-02-18 (14:12)   Device provides years of power through temperature swings (Engadget)
18-02-18 (06:27)   Website follows journey of Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster through space (Engadget)
18-02-18 (04:24)   Objects in Space 2/17/18: Becoming something new (Syfy Wire)
18-02-18 (01:23)   Today Was the NASA Opportunity Rover's 5,000th Martian Dawn (Gizmodo)
17-02-18 (18:14)   Electronic skin animates heartbeat on the back of your hand (Newscientist.com)
17-02-18 (18:14)   William Harvey: The delightful inside story of blood (Newscientist.com)
17-02-18 (17:53)   How NASA is going to use a lunar outpost to launch us into deep space (Syfy Wire)
17-02-18 (17:40)   Science Reveals Hidden Secrets in Picasso Works (Gizmodo)
17-02-18 (17:07)   Neptune's "Fart Storm" Is About to Die (Nerdist)
17-02-18 (16:01)   New studies zero in on roots of depression and why ketamine reverses it (Ars Technica)
17-02-18 (15:06)   Track Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster in space with this aptly named website (TheVerge)
17-02-18 (14:14)   Space Photos of the Week: Even Geriatric Mars Rovers Know How to Snap Selfies (WIRED)
17-02-18 (11:53)   New scanning technique reveals secrets behind great paintings (BBC News)
17-02-18 (05:00)   Quantum computer could have predicted Trump's surprise election (Newscientist.com)
17-02-18 (05:00)   Facebook may guess millions of people's sexuality to sell ads (Newscientist.com)
17-02-18 (03:38)   Objects in Space 2/16/18: Wakanda forever (Syfy Wire)
17-02-18 (01:22)   Office Space cast thanks Jennifer Aniston for helping them get hired (EW.com)
17-02-18 (00:38)   Mysterious death of Nikola Tesla and other geniuses investigated in new Science Channel documentary (Syfy Wire)
17-02-18 (00:05)   Americans believe they'll be happy if scientists discover aliens: study (SlashGear)
16-02-18 (23:54)   Quantum Hacking Could Be 'Catastrophic' If We Don't Develop Better Cryptography (Gizmodo)
16-02-18 (21:53)   Pollution blights UK seagrass meadows (BBC News)
16-02-18 (21:38)   Science Journal Publishes Fake Paper Based on STAR TREK (Nerdist)
16-02-18 (21:23)   The Andromeda Galaxy Is Not Nearly as Big as We Thought (Gizmodo)
16-02-18 (20:40)   CRISPR Isn't Just for Gene Editing Anymore (Gizmodo)
16-02-18 (19:54)   Trump reportedly showed a Playboy Bunny Melania's separate bedroom in Trump Tower, explaining that she 'liked her space' (Business Insider)
16-02-18 (19:23)   Secrets of the Cuttlefish's Uncanny Camouflage Abilities Revealed (Gizmodo)
16-02-18 (19:01)   Better Know a Blogger: SJVN on Linux, Microsoft, space roadsters, and more (ZDNet News)
16-02-18 (18:54)   This Season's Flu Vaccine Isn't as Ineffective as We Feared (Gizmodo)
16-02-18 (18:35)   How the private space industry could take over lower Earth orbit ? and make money off it (TheVerge)
16-02-18 (18:32)   A solar panel on every roof in the US? Here are the numbers (Ars Technica)
16-02-18 (18:24)   How NASA is going to turn test flights into legit missions (Syfy Wire)
16-02-18 (18:23)   When Will We Finally Find a Truly Earth-Like Exoplanet? (Gizmodo)
16-02-18 (17:55)   Science Channel's All-New Series "Secrets of the Lost" Kicks Off with Two Episodes Offering Incredible Insight Into the Great Pyramid of Giza with Help of Newly Uncovered Ancient Text (The Futon Critic)
16-02-18 (16:59)   Delingpole: Michael Mann Wins Prestigious Science Award. No, This Is Not a Joke... (Breitbart.com)
16-02-18 (16:32)   Oxygen ions may be an easy-to-track sign of life on exoplanets (Ars Technica)
16-02-18 (16:24)   Assessing a volcano's destructive power... from space (Syfy Wire)
16-02-18 (16:09)   Freaky Flea-Like Robots Could One Day Flip and Tumble Inside Your Body (Gizmodo)
16-02-18 (16:08)   The best time of day to do everything, according to science (Business Insider)
16-02-18 (15:47)   As satellite threat looms, Air Force moves to buy small rocket services (Ars Technica)
16-02-18 (15:23)   The FDA Has Approved the First Blood Test for Concussions (Gizmodo)
16-02-18 (15:05)   Hubble Space Telescope is watching a massive storm on Neptune disappear (SlashGear)
16-02-18 (13:43)   Dirty talk: How pollution is snuffing out plants' scent messages (Newscientist.com)
16-02-18 (13:43)   Will a new wave of smart glasses make us 'glassholes' again? (Newscientist.com)
16-02-18 (13:43)   Feedback: Does a robot in robes make a mechanical priest? (Newscientist.com)
16-02-18 (13:36)   Elon Musk's space Tesla might hit Earth in 10 million years (SlashGear)
16-02-18 (10:53)   Consumer products' air quality impact 'underestimated' (BBC News)
16-02-18 (10:43)   We thought gorillas only walked on their knuckles. We were wrong (Newscientist.com)
16-02-18 (06:07)   '100,000 orangutans' killed in 16 years (BBC News)
16-02-18 (04:38)   Objects in Space 2/15/18: Candy hearts hangover (Syfy Wire)
16-02-18 (00:29)   Three photons stick together to create a new form of light (Newscientist.com)
16-02-18 (00:29)   Shampoo is causing air pollution, but let's not lose our heads (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (23:47)   Drug maker hikes price of 2-in-1 painkiller >2,000%?$36 drugs now $3,000 (Ars Technica)
15-02-18 (23:09)   Why the Winter Olympics Has Less Doping Than the Summer Olympics (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (22:51)   Blood test determines concussion severity, gets FDA approval (SlashGear)
15-02-18 (22:46)   BBC Studios Scores Australian Science Order For 'Stargazing', Launches Local Production Unit (Deadline.com)
15-02-18 (22:40)   Science Channel's "Deadly Intelligence" Investigates Untimely and Unusual Deaths of Brilliant Scientists (The Futon Critic)
15-02-18 (22:32)   DNA from the poop of extinct four-meter-tall birds reveals lost ecosystem (Ars Technica)
15-02-18 (22:21)   Scant Evidence of Power Laws Found in Real-World Networks (Quanta Magazine)
15-02-18 (21:54)   Fake Research Paper Based on Star Trek: Voyager's Worst Episode Was Published by a Scientific Journal (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (21:45)   Inside the Mind of Amanda Feilding, Countess of Psychedelic Science (WIRED)
15-02-18 (21:38)   Something even cooler than a Tesla launched with the Falcon Heavy (Syfy Wire)
15-02-18 (21:29)   Revisiting Dead Space's Perplexing Final Boss Fight (Kotaku)
15-02-18 (21:23)   Scientists Successfully Test a Vaccine in Mice That Could Prevent Many Cancers (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (20:40)   Canadian Doctors Warn Medical Pot Is Overhyped (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (20:26)   Science takes a step toward real-life lightsabers - CNET (C-Net News.com)
15-02-18 (20:26)   How to track Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster through space - CNET (C-Net News.com)
15-02-18 (20:23)   Neptune's Stinky Dark Vortex Is Fading Away Like a Bad Fart (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (20:09)   "Final Space" Streams Live on Reddit Tonight (The Futon Critic)
15-02-18 (20:09)   Scientists Made a 'Black Box' for Recording Data From Human Cells (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (20:09)   CRISPR's Pioneers Find a Way to Use It as a Glowing Virus Detector (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (20:08)   Olympian Jessie Diggins says 1 hour of cross-country skiing burns the calories in a Chipotle burrito ? and science proves her right (Business Insider)
15-02-18 (20:07)   Probe provides rapid lung investigation (BBC News)
15-02-18 (20:06)   SpaceX is about to launch two of its space internet satellites ? the first of nearly 12,000 (TheVerge)
15-02-18 (19:39)   Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster will eventually crash in space ? and scientists think they know where and by when (Business Insider)
15-02-18 (19:32)   Imaging at 1,000fps with a single pixel (Ars Technica)
15-02-18 (19:29)   Woburn Safari Park: Elephant Tarli survives deadly virus (BBC News)
15-02-18 (19:20)   Image of a single suspended atom nabs science photography prize (TheVerge)
15-02-18 (19:14)   Scientists have developed a lung probe that finds infections (BBC News)
15-02-18 (19:12)   Defunding the ISS might just help get us to Mars (Engadget)
15-02-18 (19:09)   Report: Peter Thiel Seeks a Safe Space (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (18:14)   People are slaughtering orangutans and wiping them out (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (18:14)   CRISPR has fixed the genetic cause of a learning disability (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (18:14)   Stem cells zapped with radiation can protect mice from cancer (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (18:14)   Bats' hairy tongues are perfectly adapted for lapping up nectar (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (18:14)   Surgical instruments may spread Alzheimer's proteins (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (18:07)   This Video of "Singing" Ice is Strange and Beautiful (Nerdist)
15-02-18 (17:47)   "Injury to widespread brain networks" in victims of mystery attacks in Cuba (Ars Technica)
15-02-18 (17:32)   As we age, cancer rates go up as immune system winds down (Ars Technica)
15-02-18 (17:07)   How Does BLACK PANTHER's Vibranium Suit Work? (Nerdist)
15-02-18 (16:24)   Ring(s) around the black hole (Syfy Wire)
15-02-18 (16:09)   Kepler Astronomers Discover Treasure Trove of New Exoplanets (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (15:40)   SpaceX's Ambitious Internet Satellite Project Is Set to Launch This Weekend (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (15:36)   Solar storm to hit Earth today could make auroras brighter (SlashGear)
15-02-18 (15:03)   Ace Jam created a space for games with asexual characters (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)
15-02-18 (14:51)   CSIRO researchers develop Graphair filter membrane that makes Sydney Harbor drinkable (SlashGear)
15-02-18 (13:36)   UK air pollutants continue decline (BBC News)
15-02-18 (13:11)   Robert Pattinson Heads to Space in First Look at Claire Denis' 'High Life' (The Film Stage)
15-02-18 (13:00)   World without sand: The race to save a precious resource (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (13:00)   Meet the mafias making buckets of cash from illegal sand (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (13:00)   Virtual reality walking stick tutors blind people to cross roads (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (12:18)   Starmancer is a neat looking space station sim inspired by Dwarf Fortress (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)
15-02-18 (10:43)   How clever biochemistry is tackling HIV (Newscientist.com)
15-02-18 (10:29)   Great White demystified (BBC News)
15-02-18 (10:29)   What lies beneath (BBC News)
15-02-18 (06:40)   The Future of Farming Has Never Looked Scarier Than in This Eerie Short Film (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (05:40)   Doctors Find Symptoms of Brain Trauma in U.S. Staff in Cuba, But No Evidence of 'Sonic Device' (Gizmodo)
15-02-18 (04:24)   Objects in Space 2/14/18: We love what we love (Syfy Wire)
15-02-18 (01:22)   Musk's Tesla to stay in space for millions of years (BBC News)
15-02-18 (00:47)   Alex Garland will Follow 'Annihilation' With a Science Fiction Series (TVOvermind)
15-02-18 (00:18)   Audit reveals Office of Fossil Energy approved millions for lobbying, spas (Ars Technica)
14-02-18 (23:24)   Altered Carbon's Dichen Lachman needs you to see her character differently (Syfy Wire)
14-02-18 (23:24)   WATCH: Final Space cast reveal their first genre loves (Syfy Wire)
14-02-18 (23:18)   Space-Dwarf sim Deep Rock Galactic launches February (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)
14-02-18 (23:09)   There's Only the Tiniest Chance That Musk's Tesla Will Crash Back to Earth, but We'll Take it (Gizmodo)
14-02-18 (22:54)   Kidney Stones Are Getting Diagnosed More, but We're Not Entirely Sure Why (Gizmodo)
14-02-18 (22:51)   Spiral Galaxy NGC 3344 in Leo Minor: Valentine's Day majesty (SlashGear)
14-02-18 (22:01)   More nightmare fuel: Bedbugs create cesspool of poop and histamine in your bed (Ars Technica)
14-02-18 (21:38)   A Woman Found 14 Worms in Her Eyeball (Nerdist)
14-02-18 (21:23)   Transgender Woman Breastfeeds Her Baby After Experimental Treatment (Gizmodo)
14-02-18 (21:22)   This Solo movie Lando action figure just changed my life (SlashGear)
14-02-18 (21:09)   Send This Video of Maggots Eating a Heart-Shaped Donut to Your Love (Gizmodo)
14-02-18 (20:53)   New antibiotic family discovered in dirt (BBC News)
14-02-18 (20:38)   'Uncle Drew' Trailer: Kyrie Irving's Film Debut Is 'Space Jam' Meets 'The Nutty Professor' ? Watch (IndieWire)
14-02-18 (20:29)   Quantum computers 'one step closer' (BBC News)
14-02-18 (20:09)   We're Getting a DNA Emoji?but It's Twisted the Wrong Way (Gizmodo)
14-02-18 (20:06)   Just like love, space can be hard on the heart (TheVerge)
14-02-18 (19:54)   SpaceX may have just launched an 'Apollo moment' for the space industry ? here's how (Business Insider)
14-02-18 (19:43)   Cape Town is about to run out of water ? how did this happen? (Newscientist.com)
14-02-18 (19:40)   New Silicon Chip-Based Quantum Computer Passes Major Test  (Gizmodo)
14-02-18 (19:35)   Smart Swarms Seek New Ways to Cooperate (Quanta Magazine)
14-02-18 (19:24)   Debate Club: The top 5 science fiction romances (Syfy Wire)
14-02-18 (19:09)   These Asexual Animals Don't Need Love on Valentine's Day (or Any Day) (Gizmodo)
14-02-18 (19:07)   Space Hulk: Deathwing Enhanced Edition Preview - Updated and Ready for Console (PS4) (PlayStation LifeStyle)
14-02-18 (18:47)   In wars with termites, ants rescue and care for their wounded (Ars Technica)
14-02-18 (18:41)   Cryptocurrency mining is hampering the search for alien life (Engadget)
14-02-18 (18:29)   AI does grunt work on China's pig farms (BBC News)
14-02-18 (18:26)   Enjoy Valentine's Day from space with a heart-shaped island - CNET (C-Net News.com)
14-02-18 (18:00)   Oceans on alien worlds may form when the air explodes in flames (Newscientist.com)
14-02-18 (18:00)   Drone dogfight crowns a winner in the battle against rogue UAVs (Newscientist.com)
14-02-18 (18:00)   Face-recognition software is perfect ? if you're a white man (Newscientist.com)
14-02-18 (17:40)   No One Really Knows When Wild Rabbits Became Fluffy Domesticated Bunnies (Gizmodo)
14-02-18 (17:38)   42,000 Matches Burning at Once is Extremely Satisfying (Nerdist)
14-02-18 (16:24)   A rose for Valentine's Day... a really, really big rose (Syfy Wire)
14-02-18 (16:15)   Dead Space Is Now Available For Free On PC Via EA Origin (GamingBolt)
14-02-18 (15:27)   The original 'Dead Space' is free... on EA Origin (Engadget)
14-02-18 (15:18)   The Falcon Heavy is an absurdly low-cost heavy lift rocket (Ars Technica)
14-02-18 (14:36)   Elon Musk explains why Falcon Heavy core booster didn't stick the landing (SlashGear)
14-02-18 (14:12)   Everything we know about GTA 6 so far ? and how predictive science might help us plot the future of Rockstar's open-world series (GamesRadar)
14-02-18 (13:48)   Dead Space is now completely free on the PC (TechRadar)
14-02-18 (13:34)   Could Xiaomi's Mi TV 4 shake up the TV space in India? (TechRadar)
14-02-18 (13:22)   Photo of a single trapped atom wins Science Photography Competition (DIY Photography)
14-02-18 (13:14)   China Wants to Make a Mark in Space?But It'll Need a Little Help (WIRED)
14-02-18 (13:00)   Quantum time machine: How the future can change what happens now (Newscientist.com)
14-02-18 (12:43)   Transgender woman is first to be able to breastfeed her baby (Newscientist.com)
14-02-18 (12:14)   Valentine's Day seems to cause a mini baby-boom 9 months later (Newscientist.com)
14-02-18 (12:14)   China's reckless attitude to space debris needs to change (Newscientist.com)
14-02-18 (09:58)   Watch Starman and its Tesla get swallowed by the darkness of space (Engadget)
14-02-18 (09:36)   How I captured Starman in space from one million miles away (DIY Photography)
14-02-18 (06:46)   Mars is red, Earth is blue. Here's a space laser story for you (The Register)
14-02-18 (04:07)   Objects in Space 2/13/18: Happy Galentine's Day (Syfy Wire)
14-02-18 (02:14)   Ants care for wounded comrades by licking their wounds clean (Newscientist.com)
14-02-18 (01:12)   BBC and Google take you under the sea in VR (Engadget)
14-02-18 (01:09)   These Warlike Ants Rescue Wounded Comrades?and Even Provide Medical Care (Gizmodo)
14-02-18 (01:07)   Video of Lung Transplant Recipient's First Unobstructed Breath Will Make You Cry (Nerdist)
13-02-18 (23:36)   ESO VLT works as giant telescope for the first time with ESPRESSO (SlashGear)
13-02-18 (23:27)   SpaceX to launch its satellite internet prototypes this weekend (Engadget)
13-02-18 (23:07)   THE PRINCESS BRIDE's Rodents of Unusual Size Do Exist (Nerdist)
13-02-18 (22:53)   Collectors Showcase: A geekfest of autographs, posters, statues, and more (Syfy Wire)
13-02-18 (22:32)   Origin's latest giveaway is the original Dead Space (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)
13-02-18 (22:09)   Why Booze Makes You Mean (Gizmodo)
13-02-18 (22:05)   Science-Fiction Weekly ? Superman 1,000, V, Star Wars, Altered Carbon (GameInformer.com)
13-02-18 (21:58)   Virgin Galactic's VR-powered website lets you tour its spaceships (Engadget)
13-02-18 (21:56)   Dead Space is free to claim on Origin for a limited time (Neowin.net)
13-02-18 (21:54)   Bill Gates' advice to future entrepreneurs: Go into science (Business Insider)
13-02-18 (21:53)   Stuff We Love: Chronicle Books' The Planets is a universe of awesome (Syfy Wire)
13-02-18 (21:47)   Op-ed: The story behind the satellite that Trump wants dead (Ars Technica)
13-02-18 (21:43)   BBC to ban single-use plastics by 2020 after Blue Planet II (BBC News)
13-02-18 (21:38)   Science photography award goes to image of a single trapped atom (Digital Photography Review)
13-02-18 (20:54)   Scientists Have No Idea Why This Enriched Uranium Particle Was Floating Above Alaska (Gizmodo)
13-02-18 (20:40)   Watch live as Elon Musk's Tesla disappears into deep space - CNET (C-Net News.com)
13-02-18 (20:32)   Woman pulls wiggling cattle worms from her eyeball, makes medical history (Ars Technica)
13-02-18 (20:09)   After Eight Days of Itchy Eyes, Oregon Woman Finds 14 Worms (Gizmodo)
13-02-18 (20:07)   Science Behind the Fiction: Are there any metals like Black Panther's Vibranium? (Syfy Wire)
13-02-18 (20:05)   SpaceX next launch: PAZ satellite for HD photos of Earth (SlashGear)
13-02-18 (19:54)   The chief of US intelligence just warned the US is under threat of a space attack (Business Insider)
13-02-18 (19:40)   Amazing Life-Sized Sculptures of Camels and Horses Discovered in Saudi Arabia (Gizmodo)
13-02-18 (19:35)   Sci-fi horror Dead Space is currently free on PC (Eurogamer.net)
13-02-18 (19:25)   How long couples in lasting relationships should wait to start having sex, according to science (Business Insider)
13-02-18 (19:14)   Opioid painkillers are prescribed more in northern England (Newscientist.com)
13-02-18 (19:09)   Picture of Single Trapped Atom Wins UK Science Photography Prize (Gizmodo)
13-02-18 (19:00)   A single atom is visible to the naked eye in this stunning photo (Newscientist.com)
13-02-18 (19:00)   Skincare science is frivolous and warrants attack, right? Wrong (Newscientist.com)
13-02-18 (19:00)   Expedition to uncover hidden life in mystery Antarctic realm (Newscientist.com)
13-02-18 (19:00)   Genes remain active after death (BBC News)
13-02-18 (18:57)   NASA shares screaming-purple total solar eclipse from space - CNET (C-Net News.com)
13-02-18 (18:54)   Microsoft Edge helps Virgin Galactic showcase new age of space exploration (On MSFT)
13-02-18 (18:54)   A praying mantis wore 3D glasses and watched a movie, for science (Business Insider)
13-02-18 (18:54)   I Went Curling and Not Even Physics Could Save Me (Gizmodo)
13-02-18 (18:47)   Yes, sea level rise really is accelerating (Ars Technica)
13-02-18 (18:34)   Dead Space Is Free On Origin Right Now (GameInformer.com)
13-02-18 (18:10)   Get a free copy of Dead Space on PC (Polygon)
13-02-18 (18:04)   Neutron Lifetime Puzzle Deepens, but No Dark Matter Seen (Quanta Magazine)
13-02-18 (17:47)   West sent lizards as nuclear spies, claims Iran defense official (Ars Technica)
13-02-18 (17:07)   Boston Dynamics' robodogs bring us one step closer to Black Mirror (Syfy Wire)
13-02-18 (17:07)   The White House budget: Defunding science (Syfy Wire)
13-02-18 (17:07)   SpaceX's Falcon Heavy Success Has Spawned Bizarre Conspiracy Theories (Nerdist)
13-02-18 (16:49)   Have You Played... Space Invaders? (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)
13-02-18 (15:23)   Bed Bugs Are Pooping Histamine Into Our Homes?and Possibly Making Us Sick (Gizmodo)
13-02-18 (15:01)   California green-lights initiative that is conspiracy theorist's dream (Ars Technica)
13-02-18 (14:47)   Trump's budget proposal is out, and he really wants to kill ARPA-E (Ars Technica)
13-02-18 (14:29)   Amazon fish challenges mutation idea (BBC News)
13-02-18 (14:22)   Rocket man (BBC News)
13-02-18 (14:01)   The Greatest Leap, part 6: After Apollo, NASA still searching for an encore (Ars Technica)
13-02-18 (13:11)   Fans build the ultimate space tributes for Lego contest - CNET (C-Net News.com)
13-02-18 (13:09)   Human Skulls Mounted on Stakes Found at 8,000-Year-Old Burial Site in Sweden (Gizmodo)
13-02-18 (10:14)   Delicate solar panels of Martian lander are tested before launch (Newscientist.com)
13-02-18 (10:14)   NASA may lose a major space telescope and space station funding (Newscientist.com)
13-02-18 (05:36)   Trump budget cuts US cash for International Space Station (BBC News)
13-02-18 (03:53)   Objects in Space 2/12/18: Find your own power (Syfy Wire)
13-02-18 (03:18)   Trump's budget wants the US to stop watching the planet (Ars Technica)
13-02-18 (02:23)   Nanobots Used To Help Kill Tumors In Mice (Ubergizmo)
13-02-18 (00:45)   Who's Going to Buy the International Space Station? (WIRED)
13-02-18 (00:09)   Trump's Budget Would Scrap Top-Priority Telescope (Gizmodo)
13-02-18 (00:09)   CEO Who Tested DIY Herpes Treatment Locks Himself in Lab as Fellow Biohackers Abandon Him (Gizmodo)
12-02-18 (22:23)   New Study Calms Fears That CRISPR Could Trigger Unintended Gene Mutations (Gizmodo)
12-02-18 (22:23)   Boston Dynamics' Unsettling Robodog Can Now Escape Through (Unlocked) Doors (Gizmodo)
12-02-18 (21:29)   Antarctic iceberg expedition set to reveal hidden realm (BBC News)
12-02-18 (21:20)   Trump's proposed science budget tackles the opioid epidemic but shuns the environment (TheVerge)
12-02-18 (21:18)   LISA pathfinder mission a glorious success (Ars Technica)
12-02-18 (21:18)   Purdue will stop promoting OxyContin, forcefully push constipation drug instead (Ars Technica)
12-02-18 (21:08)   'Opposites attract' is a myth ? science says you're more likely to fall in love with someone similar (Business Insider)
12-02-18 (21:05)   Oumuamua interstellar object spent billions of years in chaos over violent past (SlashGear)
12-02-18 (21:01)   Elon Musk: I will "eat my hat" if a competitor's rocket flies before 2023 (Ars Technica)
12-02-18 (20:57)   Trump wants to defund space station, make it a private venture - CNET (C-Net News.com)
12-02-18 (20:54)   Stoners Celebrating 4/20 May Be Responsible for Annual Bump in Traffic Deaths (Gizmodo)
12-02-18 (20:53)   Science Behind the Fiction: How body swapping could really work, like Altered Carbon IRL (Syfy Wire)
12-02-18 (20:53)   What makes a NASA astronaut the most excited about going to outer space? (Syfy Wire)
12-02-18 (20:41)   Rugged e-skin can heal its cuts and scrapes (Engadget)
12-02-18 (20:15)   14 Video Game Endings That Offended Gamers (GamingBolt)
12-02-18 (20:01)   15 Video Game Endings That Offended Gamers (GamingBolt)
12-02-18 (19:38)   Study: You probably found your favorite song when you were a teenager (Syfy Wire)
12-02-18 (19:06)   John Scalzi's The Consuming Fire is a space opera about climate change denialism (TheVerge)
12-02-18 (18:50)   Evolution Saves Species From 'Kill the Winner' Disasters (Quanta Magazine)
12-02-18 (18:35)   Trump's budget for NASA defunds the space station and includes vague plans for the Moon (TheVerge)
12-02-18 (18:29)   Super-accurate atomic clock used in real world for first time (Newscientist.com)
12-02-18 (17:40)   Scientists Set to Explore Mysterious Seafloor Exposed by Antarctica's Giant Iceberg (Gizmodo)
12-02-18 (17:23)   Why Purebred Dogs Are Sick, Miserable, and Ugly (Gizmodo)
12-02-18 (17:12)   Trump's new budget won't land us on the moon anytime soon (Engadget)
12-02-18 (17:09)   Portable Atomic Clock Makes First Measurement (Gizmodo)
12-02-18 (16:37)   Trump Administration Thinking About Privatizing International Space Station (Ubergizmo)
12-02-18 (16:32)   Teaser: Our Apollo series finale is coming tomorrow (Ars Technica)
12-02-18 (16:00)   Australia's deadly 1800s storms help us predict future extremes (Newscientist.com)
12-02-18 (15:53)   Did the dinosaur-killer asteroid have an accomplice? Evidence is... mounting. (Syfy Wire)
12-02-18 (15:19)   WeWork Labs, startup-focused co-working space, relaunches (TechCrunch)
12-02-18 (15:18)   Proposed NASA budget takes one small step toward the Moon (Ars Technica)
12-02-18 (15:00)   New crayfish that doesn't need males to mate becomes all-powerful (BBC News)
12-02-18 (14:47)   Scientists identify hundreds of atomically thin materials (Ars Technica)
12-02-18 (14:36)   Trump administration wants ISS to be privately run after 2024 (SlashGear)
12-02-18 (13:29)   The doctor who exposed the UK's terrible experiments on patients (Newscientist.com)
12-02-18 (11:53)   UK team set for giant Antarctic iceberg expedition (BBC News)
12-02-18 (11:43)   Big tech is unpopular, but we mostly have ourselves to blame (Newscientist.com)
12-02-18 (05:12)   New Horizons probe captures images at record distance from Earth (Engadget)
12-02-18 (03:44)   Pixelbook, Nintendo Switch, and electric cars in space (MobileTechRoundup show #422) (ZDNet News)
12-02-18 (02:26)   7 Exotic technologies that were once science fiction, but now exist in reality (Digital Trends)
12-02-18 (00:41)   Trump administration hopes to privatize ISS after 2024 (Engadget)
11-02-18 (23:40)   Donald Trump Reportedly Wants to Privatize the International Space Station (Gizmodo)
11-02-18 (23:01)   Excessively cheesy and tactless Falcon Heavy stunt fills space vacuum (ZDNet News)
11-02-18 (22:18)   Daylight Saving Time isn't worth it, European Parliament members say (Ars Technica)
11-02-18 (21:05)   The Trump administration is reportedly moving to privatize the International Space Station (TechCrunch)
11-02-18 (20:36)   'The Simpsons' Sort of Predicted Elon Musk's Car in Space (Comicbook.com)
11-02-18 (20:06)   The Trump administration aims to privatize the International Space Station: report (TheVerge)
11-02-18 (16:54)   Space Metroidvania Planetoid Pioneers blasts out of Early Access (PC Gamer)
11-02-18 (15:47)   Raw milk is trending for some reason?so are nasty, drug-resistant infections (Ars Technica)
11-02-18 (15:06)   HP took me on a zero-gravity flight to promote their space printer (TheVerge)
11-02-18 (15:00)   What is our place in the natural world? (Newscientist.com)
11-02-18 (09:00)   'Oumuamua: 'space cigar's' tumble hints at violent past (BBC News)
10-02-18 (18:24)   Stuff We Love: Luminous Lunar Lamps (Syfy Wire)
10-02-18 (16:25)   Mikaela Shiffrin's training demonstrates exactly what we know about the science of becoming an expert (Business Insider)
10-02-18 (16:14)   Space Photos of the Week: New Horizons Breaks a Record for Long-Distance Photography (WIRED)
10-02-18 (16:12)   Science fiction's 5 most haunting A.I. villains, ranked (Digital Trends)
10-02-18 (15:06)   Elon Musk made history launching a car into space. Did he make art too? (TheVerge)
10-02-18 (13:53)   The barren desert preparing astronauts for life on Mars (BBC News)
10-02-18 (13:14)   Google Autocomplete Suggestions Are Still Racist, Sexist, and Science-Denying (WIRED)
10-02-18 (12:43)   Life lessons: The tiny neuro-gadgets rebuilding our bodies (Newscientist.com)
10-02-18 (04:24)   Objects in Space 2/9/18: Thor is the new Dumbo (Syfy Wire)
10-02-18 (03:24)   Science Behind the Fiction: Psychologists explain what body swapping would do to us (Syfy Wire)
10-02-18 (01:36)   NASA just broke a photography record with photos taken in Kuiper Belt (SlashGear)
10-02-18 (01:26)   Telescope spots Elon Musk's Tesla flying through space - CNET (C-Net News.com)
10-02-18 (00:24)   NASA is launching an atomic clock into space (Syfy Wire)
09-02-18 (23:52)   Swiss Company Creates Tattoo Ink Using Human Biomaterial (Ubergizmo)
09-02-18 (23:01)   Robert Zemeckis Goes Back to Science-Fiction With "Steel Soldiers" (TVOvermind)
09-02-18 (22:54)   Praying Mantises Have a Completely Different Way of Seeing in 3D (Gizmodo)
09-02-18 (21:40)   Scientists Are Hunting for the 'Dark Photon'?a Portal to the Dark Universe (Gizmodo)
09-02-18 (21:24)   Good doggos put on their thinking caps in new "brain games" study (Syfy Wire)
09-02-18 (21:22)   NASA bio implant may slow muscle deterioration in astronauts (SlashGear)
09-02-18 (21:09)   New Drugs Extend Lives of Men With Resistant Form Of Prostate Cancer (Gizmodo)
09-02-18 (21:05)   Tesla Roadster in space has inspired hilarious photo-manipulations. Here are some of them (DIY Photography)
09-02-18 (20:54)   Astronomers have recorded telescope footage of Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster flying through deep space (Business Insider)

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