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09/01/2022 10:46:21 PM
What using an iPhone for 15 years has done to your brain
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Tesla takes the UK sales crown as petrol now accounts for less than half of new cars
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Scientific American
18/01/2022 10:46:04 PM
AstronomyAstronomers Have Found Another Possible ‘Exomoon’ beyond Our Solar System
MedicineSome COVID Patients Need Amputations to Survive
Public HealthNew Sensor Tells You How Well Your Mask Is Working
VaccinesWhat’s Holding Up New Omicron Vaccines?Vaccine makers worry yet another variant will start dominating in the months it takes to roll out shots against this oneCharles Schmidt
AstronomyAstronomers Have Found Another Possible ‘Exomoon’ beyond Our Solar System
MedicineSome COVID Patients Need Amputations to Survive
Public HealthNew Sensor Tells You How Well Your Mask Is Working
Renewable EnergySolar Power Could Boom in 2022, Depending on Supply Chains
AstronomyIt’s Time for a Global Ban on Destructive Antisatellite Testing
PsychologyHow Targeted Advertising on Social Media Drives People to Extremes
EcologyPlants are Stuck as Seed-Eating Animals Decline
NeurologyEpstein-Barr Virus Found to Trigger Multiple Sclerosis
PharmaceuticalsPreparing for the Next PlagueSARS-CoV-2 adds impetus to the race for broad-spectrum countermeasures against future global infectious scourgesLaura DeFrancesco and Nature Biotechnology
Health CareNurses Struggle through a New COVID Wave with Rage and CompassionA critical care nurse confronts the Omicron surge filling her hospitalKathryn Ivey | Opinion
NeurologyEpstein-Barr Virus Found to Trigger Multiple SclerosisThe research could mark a turning point in the fight against MSLydia Denworth
Public Health‘Flurona’ Is a Great Example of How Misinformation BloomsA catchy name has spawned false statements and panic over being infected with two viruses at onceRaghu Adiga | Opinion
These Shellfish Could Kill You
An Ancient Greek Astronomical Calculation Machine Reveals New Secrets
Citizen Militias in the U.S. Are Moving toward More Violent Extremism
Borderline Personality Disorder May Be Rooted in Trauma
Fossils Reveal When Animals Started Making Noise
This Engineer, Actor and Science Communicator Is Giving Science Its Rap
In One Life-Changing Moment, This Former Seaman Jumped from Ships to Computer Chips
Mentorship and Sponsorship Are Crucial for Advancing Inclusion in STEM
The Time to Dismantle the Racial Structures That Pervade Global Science Is Now
Lost Women of Science: Season 1A new podcast series that promotes the remarkable stories of the forgotten women of scienceBy Katie Hafner and The Lost Women of Science Initiative

BBC
18/01/2022 10:46:16 PM
RAF man unleashes Virgin space rocket over Pacific
Space travel blood clue could benefit patients
'Chemical cocktail’ polluting all English rivers
Scientists produce most detailed 3D map of Universe
Climate change destroying homes across Arctic
'As a black woman in STEM I'm used for photos'
Space travel blood clue could benefit patients
'Chemical cocktail’ polluting all English rivers
Scientists produce most detailed 3D map of Universe
Climate change destroying homes across Arctic
'As a black woman in STEM I'm used for photos'
Past seven years hottest on record - EU data
Simon Reeve: 'I feel a carbon footprint hypocrite'
Tories call on Treasury to fund green energy plans
Farmers could be paid for post-Brexit land changes
Green label plan for gas and nuclear prompts EU row
James Webb completes epic deployment sequence
Elon Musk rejects claims that he is hogging space
$10bn 'glittering space jewel' begins its mission
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A $10bn machine in search of the end of darkness
Invasive species 'hitchhiking' to Antarctica
Huge fossilised ‘sea dragon’ found in UK reservoir
Superbug evolved naturally on hedgehogs
Devil's fingers and 2021's other wildlife 'winners'
Appeal to identify lab's scientific curiosities
Cake maker fined £26k for polluting stream in park
Space travel blood clue could benefit patients
Sunset murmuration caught on camera
Scottish Engineering picks first female president
High hopes ospreys will return to new nest
'As a black woman in STEM I'm used for photos'
The row over the UK's largest renewable power plant
RAF man unleashes Virgin space rocket over Pacific
Work on £4.8m flood scheme completed
Scientists produce most detailed 3D map of Universe
The story behind Amazon photo that went viral
Oil spill train derailment caused by brake issue
How clean are the UK's rivers and lakes?
'Chemical cocktail’ polluting all English rivers

New Scientist

18/01/2022 10:46:04 PM
Strongest evidence yet that MS is caused by Epstein-Barr virus
Largest ever fish colony hosts 100 billion eggs under Antarctic ice
The Large Hadron Collider blips that could herald a new era of physics
How Minecraft is helping children with autism make new friends
How to alter your personality: why your character isn't fixed in stone
Hybrid animal in 4500-year-old tomb is earliest known bred by humans
Flu vaccines during pregnancy protect babies for 6 months after birth
UK energy crisis: Why renewable subsidies will help avoid price shocks
How to alter your personality: why your character isn't fixed in stone
Why omicron isn't more severe in kids despite rise in hospitalisations
Watch two black holes merge and zoom across galaxy
Watch as a pig heart is transplanted into a human for the first time
Watch the best ever simulation of stars being born in a cosmic cloud
Beth Singler: Don't fear AI itself, but corporations using algorithms
Meet Rollin' Justin, the future of humanoid exploration on Mars
Hybrid animal in 4500-year-old tomb is earliest known bred by humans
UK energy crisis: Why renewable subsidies will help avoid price shocks
Why omicron isn't more severe in kids despite rise in hospitalisations
Covid-19 news: Wales rows back omicron restrictions as cases fall
Don't Miss: The Anomaly, a mind-bending French bestseller
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18/01/2022 10:46:15 PM
Strongest evidence yet that MS is caused by Epstein-Barr virus
Largest ever fish colony hosts 100 billion eggs under Antarctic ice
The Large Hadron Collider blips that could herald a new era of physics
How Minecraft is helping children with autism make new friends
How to alter your personality: why your character isn't fixed in stone
Hybrid animal in 4500-year-old tomb is earliest known bred by humans
Flu vaccines during pregnancy protect babies for 6 months after birth
UK energy crisis: Why renewable subsidies will help avoid price shocks
How to alter your personality: why your character isn't fixed in stone
Why omicron isn't more severe in kids despite rise in hospitalisations
Watch two black holes merge and zoom across galaxy
Watch as a pig heart is transplanted into a human for the first time
Watch the best ever simulation of stars being born in a cosmic cloud
Beth Singler: Don't fear AI itself, but corporations using algorithms
Meet Rollin' Justin, the future of humanoid exploration on Mars
Hybrid animal in 4500-year-old tomb is earliest known bred by humans
UK energy crisis: Why renewable subsidies will help avoid price shocks
Why omicron isn't more severe in kids despite rise in hospitalisations
Covid-19 news: Wales rows back omicron restrictions as cases fall
Don't Miss: The Anomaly, a mind-bending French bestseller
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18/01/2022 10:46:06 PM
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