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Interview: Hawking, Sagan, Clarke. An oldie but a goodie. 4 longship Feb 12 Feb 12 5 187
DNA Reveals How Darwin's Finches Evolved 0 undeterred Feb 12 Feb 12 1 158
Happy Darwin Day! 4 n2doc Feb 12 Feb 12 16 344
New Technique Allows Bioengineers To "Reprogram" Genetic Code 4 n2doc Jan 28 Feb 12 7 341
How Elementary School Teachers’ Biases Can Discourage Girls From Math and Science 6 n2doc Feb 7 Feb 12 7 378
Microscopic robotic 'hand' could improve cancer diagnostics, drug delivery 1 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 12 1 227
These weird animals make scientists think that life could thrive on one of Jupiter's moons 6 Judi Lynn Feb 11 Feb 12 9 476
Curiosity Finds Martian Mountains Taste Acidic 1 n2doc Feb 11 Feb 11 6 258
Twinkle twinkle little star... 1 progressoid Feb 10 Feb 11 6 398
What do you know about the Yellowstone supervolcano? 9 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 11 10 679
New half-life for iron-60 gives astronomers a better clock 2 Panich52 Feb 10 Feb 11 3 254
In the quantum world, the future affects the past: 4 GeorgeGist Feb 10 Feb 11 5 334
The Search For Neutrons That Leak Into Our World From Other Universes 19 William Seger Feb 9 Feb 11 25 1693
Dark Energy Camera unveils small objects in solar system 1 Judi Lynn Feb 10 Feb 10 13 1096
Nanotech material at UT-Dallas is revolutionary 8 TexasTowelie Feb 8 Feb 10 7 440
Antarctica’s tallest volcano 0 Panich52 Feb 10 Feb 10 3 248
Auroras 'Dance' Until Sunrise In Space Station Time-Lapse Video 2 progressoid Feb 10 Feb 10 12 937
PBS NOVA & Monster of the Milky Way & Full Documentary 1 yuiyoshida Feb 10 Feb 10 1 246
Ergot is strange. And a very, very old fossil 1 tencats Feb 10 Feb 10 11 325
Hubble Telescope spots a 'smile' in space 7 TexasTowelie Feb 10 Feb 10 24 951
Third occurrence of world's rarest sea turtle washing up on UK beach in two months 0 Judi Lynn Feb 10 Feb 10 5 212
Merging White Dwarf Stars March to Supernova Doom 4 Eugene Feb 9 Feb 9 5 230
Fascinating photos reveal how they built the SR-71 Blackbird 11 n2doc Feb 7 Feb 9 5 533
Biologist PZ Myers: Bill Maher is a goddamn moron 9 pokerfan Feb 8 Feb 9 14 627
Britain’s approval of babies with three genetic parents offers lessons for other countries 1 eridani Feb 5 Feb 9 0 175
Mars Orbiter Spies Curiosity Rover at Work 5 Ichingcarpenter Feb 5 Feb 9 27 1700
SpaceX launch of DISCOVR satellite scrubbed for today. 5 LongTomH Feb 8 Feb 8 1 281
Mapping the Microbes of the New York City Subway 3 steve2470 Feb 8 Feb 8 3 207
Seafloor Eruptions Triggered by Tides, Ice Ages 0 jakeXT Feb 8 Feb 8 0 230
Medical marijuana for children with developmental and behavioral disorders? 4 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 7 3 229
The power of light-matter coupling 0 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 7 6 273
Carnivorous (but edible) mushroom reveals human immune trick: How we punch our way into cancer cells 1 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 7 2 290
Spontaneous cure of rare immune disease - WHIM syndrome 0 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 7 2 245
Hubble captures rare triple transit of Jupiter's moons 0 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 7 3 202
Hello, Pluto! New images from New Horizons 5 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 7 33 2063
Apes Giggle Like Humans  4 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 7 2 292
Settling for 'Mr. Right Now' better than waiting for 'Mr. Right', at least f/ digital organisms 1 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 7 0 171
Dawn probe approaches Ceres - DiscoverNews 0 Panich52 Feb 7 Feb 7 3 176
Hubble captures images of triple eclipse on Jupiter 2 shenmue Feb 7 Feb 7 3 234
Ceres doesn't look real happy........pictures from jpl. 4 Ichingcarpenter Feb 6 Feb 7 10 533
Insomnia That Kills 1 n2doc Feb 6 Feb 7 9 315
Planck telescope puts new datestamp on first stars 0 Eugene Feb 7 Feb 7 3 219
NASA | A View From The Other Side Of The Moon 1 jakeXT Feb 6 Feb 6 14 345
Programming safety into self-driving cars: Better AI algorithms for semi-autonomous vehicles 3 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 6 0 162
Chimps can learn to speak a new language 1 Panich52 Feb 6 Feb 6 4 218
Scientists just cracked the viral equivalent of the Enigma code 0 n2doc Feb 6 Feb 6 14 424
Among New York Subway’s Millions of Riders, a Study Finds Many Mystery Microbes 0 jakeXT Feb 6 Feb 6 2 265
Raindrops spread pathogens among plants 2 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 6 4 158
Tropical wasps attack intruders with unfamiliar faces 0 Panich52 Feb 6 Feb 6 1 265
Full-color moving holograms in high resolution 0 Panich52 Feb 6 Feb 6 1 269
Pigeon power: Study suggests similarity between how pigeons learn the equivalent of words and the wa 0 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 1 130
Hubble Captures Rare Triple-Moon Conjunction 1 n2doc Feb 5 Feb 5 7 323
Earth will pass between Jupiter and sun on Friday 2/6/15 2 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 8 409
Can Science Stop Aging?  3 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 1 318
one trillion frames per second, so detailed it shows light itself in motion 16 Ichingcarpenter Feb 4 Feb 5 28 1677
Lost chunk of pioneering Edsac computer found (BBC) 2 eppur_se_muova Feb 4 Feb 5 4 303
Photos: 2/3/15 full Moon & Jupiter 0 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 7 313
Monkey moustaches help reveal facial hair evolution 0 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 1 238
Power psychs people up about... themselves 2 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 0 161
Scientists discover organism that hasn't evolved in more than 2 billion years 4 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 3 312
Earth's orbit affects the stability of Antarctica's Eastern ice cap 1 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 3 191
Rivers might constitute just 20 percent of continental water flowing into oceans 0 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 3 255
Artificial blood vessels: Tri-layered artificial blood vessels for first time 1 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 2 139
Add nature, art and religion to life's best anti-inflammatories 1 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 1 151
Female sticklebacks prime their offspring to cope with climate change 0 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 1 148
Sea slug has taken genes from algae it eats, allowing it to photosynthesize like a plant 1 Panich52 Feb 5 Feb 5 5 148
Meet an animal with a type of eye never before seen 1 Panich52 Feb 3 Feb 5 8 539
Ratzilla: Ancient giant rodent chomped like a crocodile 1 Ichingcarpenter Feb 4 Feb 5 3 224
How to build your own particle detector 4 jakeXT Jan 30 Feb 4 3 298
How genetics is reshaping the marijuana industry 3 n2doc Feb 4 Feb 4 3 249
Fires Intensified Deadly Tornado Outbreak 0 Judi Lynn Feb 4 Feb 4 0 0
Elusive red sprites captured in sky near Chile's Very Large Telescope 0 Judi Lynn Feb 4 Feb 4 3 224
Space 2020: What does the future hold? (BBC Future) 3 eppur_se_muova Feb 4 Feb 4 3 197
Great white shark 'slammed' and killed by a pod of killer whales in South Australia 1 n2doc Feb 4 Feb 4 4 419
CYMATICS: Science Vs. Music 2 progressoid Feb 4 Feb 4 4 243
Biggest rodent 'fought with teeth' like tusks (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Feb 4 Feb 4 1 233
Drug-delivery pioneer wins £1m engineering prize (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova Feb 4 Feb 4 0 122
Orangutans take the logging road 1 Panich52 Feb 3 Feb 3 2 242
Repurposing non-coding elements in genome gave rise to great 'mammalian radiation' 0 Panich52 Feb 3 Feb 3 3 184
Graphene displays clear prospects for flexible electronics 0 Panich52 Feb 3 Feb 3 0 207
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