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Report: $1 billion in taxpayer money went to anti-science private schools last year 3 phantom power Mar 2014 May 5 9 307
Italy has officially suspended the laws of science, in the case 6 pnwmom May 4 May 5 19 685
Terminator-style liquid metal connects severed nerves 2 n2doc May 4 May 5 12 437
Infusions of young blood may reverse some effects of ageing, studies suggest 7 dipsydoodle May 4 May 5 6 445
Virus hunter Peter Piot: My journey back to Ebola ground zero 3 undeterred May 3 May 4 10 418
Will nuclear-powered spaceships take us to the stars? (BBC) 8 eppur_se_muova Apr 24 May 4 1 442
May 2014 Is Saturn's Month. 0 DhhD May 4 May 4 3 244
Stephen Hawking: Artificial intelligence could be mankind’s ‘worst mistake in history’ 17 Judi Lynn May 2 May 4 11 872
Cassini views Uranus 6 n2doc May 3 May 3 7 410
Discrimination associated with mental health woes in black teens: Racism a common 'toxic stressor' 0 Judi Lynn May 3 May 3 3 214
How to win at rock-paper-scissors 14 dipsydoodle May 2 May 3 3 613
Hubble astronomers check the prescription of a cosmic lens 0 n2doc May 3 May 3 5 294
Scientists amazed by accidental Gulf catch of second-ever goblin shark 5 yuiyoshida May 2 May 2 10 635
New Element Confirmed 3 Tuesday Afternoon May 2 May 2 16 621
Kickstarter-project to simulate a complete living organism on cellular level 2 DetlefK May 2 May 2 0 221
Star cluster hurtling towards earth 12 Judi Lynn May 1 May 2 10 692
Nasa shows off prototype spacesuit for journey to Mars (BBC) 8 eppur_se_muova May 1 May 1 1 442
Pyramids - Researchers find wet sand was key to movement of huge stone blocks. 6 dipsydoodle May 1 May 1 9 779
Prehistoric North Sea 'Atlantis' {Doggerland} hit by 5m tsunami (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova May 1 May 1 4 260
Human skin grown in lab 'can replace animal testing' (BBC) 5 eppur_se_muova Apr 24 May 1 9 365
Nasa's Curiosity Mars rover starts drilling again (BBC) 2 eppur_se_muova Apr 30 Apr 30 2 241
The Eye of Sauron Appears Over Sweden 4 William Seger Apr 30 Apr 30 24 818
'Chameleon' Vine Discovered in Chile 11 n2doc Apr 25 Apr 29 40 2584
Singularity.?.Stanford bioengineers create circuit board modeled on the human brain 3 Ichingcarpenter Apr 29 Apr 29 2 343
Quantum telescope could make giant mirrors obsolete 3 jakeXT Apr 29 Apr 29 11 543
Rare blackthroated blue robins spotted in China (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova Apr 29 Apr 29 5 280
Drones may soon assist with tornado research and rescue (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Apr 28 Apr 29 1 184
A flashlight powered by the heat of your hand! 12 Sancho Jun 2013 Apr 29 11 1296
Wanna hijack an old space probe and make it do science again? 3 LunaSea Apr 29 Apr 29 13 498
Rare eclipse will make Sun look like ‘fat banana’ from Earth on Tuesday morning. 0 dipsydoodle Apr 29 Apr 29 17 611
Mystery of the pandemic flu virus of 1918 solved 19 Jim__ Apr 28 Apr 29 29 1565
Close, cold neighbour of Sun discovered 6 IDemo Apr 27 Apr 29 6 563
Reductionism 4 stone space Apr 28 Apr 28 5 284
Scientists study Swiss lake tsunamis (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Apr 28 Apr 28 2 297
Asteroids as seen from Mars -- A Curiosity rover first 1 n2doc Apr 28 Apr 28 12 442
Gender of experimenter has big impact on rats' stress levels 2 n2doc Apr 28 Apr 28 5 268
Overriding Their Animal Impulses 0 n2doc Apr 28 Apr 28 1 196
Unique floating lab showcases 'aliens of the sea' 0 Judi Lynn Apr 27 Apr 27 9 289
SpaceX rocket stage in 'soft landing' (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Apr 26 Apr 26 3 273
This Tower Pulls Drinking Water Out of Thin Air 3 Sherman A1 Apr 24 Apr 26 7 427
Like humans, apes and crows, dolphins use tools to explore the parts others cannot reach 3 n2doc Apr 25 Apr 25 10 301
George Osborne orders new icebreaker for UK polar science (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova Apr 25 Apr 25 0 149
First sex-determining genes appeared in mammals some 180 million years ago 5 n2doc Apr 24 Apr 25 6 277
IBM and National Geographic Create the World's Smallest Magazine Cover 0 DreamGypsy Apr 25 Apr 25 0 234
Mystery of 'ocean quack sound' solved (BBC) 5 eppur_se_muova Apr 2014 Apr 24 6 375
Mystery of dazzling supernova solved (BBC) 0 eppur_se_muova Apr 24 Apr 24 5 256
Putnisite is discovered! 4 Kablooie Apr 2014 Apr 24 12 794
Want to see some sound? 7 libodem Apr 2014 Apr 24 20 2214
"the only thing preventing a catastrophe from a 'city-killer' sized asteroid is blind luck." 11 n2doc Apr 2014 Apr 2014 15 713
Asteroid impact risks 'underappreciated' (BBC) {new data from infrasound detectors} 3 eppur_se_muova Apr 2014 Apr 2014 5 359
Graphene 'wonder material' made with kitchen blender 4 dipsydoodle Apr 2014 Apr 2014 18 1908
Robotic invasion coming to downtown St. Louis 0 Sherman A1 Apr 2014 Apr 2014 3 223
I got to attend the "Saving The Earth by Keeping Big Asteroids Away" presentation today.. 7 Flying Squirrel Apr 2014 Apr 2014 8 430
Honey badgers are freaking geniuses! 7 WillParkinson Apr 2014 Apr 2014 10 537
If it quacks like a duck, it may be almost like a whale 1 muriel_volestrangler Apr 2014 Apr 2014 5 386
Today's Antarctic region once as hot as California, Florida 3 n2doc Apr 2014 Apr 2014 3 275
Artists 'have structurally different brains' 14 theHandpuppet Apr 2014 Apr 2014 2 536
First Solar Cell Created 60 Years Ago (with Video) 1 DhhD Apr 2014 Apr 2014 5 192
The Footage of SpaceX's First Falcon 9 Reusable Flight Test is Gorgeous 1 n2doc Apr 2014 Apr 2014 9 358
NASA Bombs the Moon, Again 13 n2doc Apr 2014 Apr 2014 6 455
Neil deGrasse Tyson answers Summers 3 SunSeeker Apr 2014 Apr 2014 17 1006
Underworld: The Intrepid Cave Photography of Robbie Shone 5 n2doc Apr 2014 Apr 2014 26 1128
The Coolest Spaceships Ever Built, Compared by Size 1 unhappycamper Apr 2014 Apr 2014 16 623
Invisible Hydrogen Cloud Imaged by ESO Telescope 2 Judi Lynn Apr 2014 Apr 2014 1 350
Ancient plants 'frozen in time' by space impacts (BBC) 1 eppur_se_muova Apr 2014 Apr 2014 6 349
Neil DeGrasse Tyson Said What He Thinks About Race Now That He's Made It, And Almost Nobody Noticed 14 caraher Apr 2014 Apr 2014 34 3031
Hubble Telescope Celebrates 24 Years With a Great Wave 7 n2doc Apr 2014 Apr 2014 21 1221
ALMA: Looking Through Dust To See Starbirth And Galaxies 11 Judi Lynn Apr 2014 Apr 2014 10 918
Ho, hum. Kepler discovers yet another exoplanet in the habitable zone... 11 DreamGypsy Apr 2014 Apr 2014 10 429
Scientists discover insect female penis 4 WillParkinson Apr 2014 Apr 2014 3 403
Mathematics, is it science, philosophy, or something else? 23 jeffrey_pdx Aug 2013 Apr 2014 0 1199
The virtue of a scientific theory is its *inability* to explain things we *don't* observe. 4 Donald Ian Rankin Apr 2014 Apr 2014 3 367
Rule your own solar-system! (browser-game) 8 DetlefK Apr 2014 Apr 2014 7 452
Striking a Nerve: Bungling the Cannabis Story 1 MindMover Apr 2014 Apr 2014 5 258
Ancient Egyptian weather report describes result of massive volcanic eruption 0 Judi Lynn Apr 2014 Apr 2014 10 371
This Crazy Purple Cube Is 1 Giant Step for Space Agriculture 6 n2doc Apr 2014 Apr 2014 23 1284
Cassini May Have Witnessed the Birth of a New Saturn Moon! 3 Vashta Nerada Apr 2014 Apr 2014 6 314
Can someone help with a statistical problem? 5 sendero Apr 2014 Apr 2014 0 316
The Mental Life of Plants and Worms, Among Others 3 n2doc Apr 2014 Apr 2014 13 325
Phil Plait's video of last night's lunar eclipse 2 LongTomH Apr 2014 Apr 2014 3 293
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