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You’re powered by quantum mechanics. No, really…
William Burroughs’s drugs cure inspires Alzheimer’s researcher
‘Silent revolution’ in biotech farming is overtaking GM, says Greenpeace
SpaceX Dragon concludes fifth mission to International Space Station - video
WHO: several hundred thousand Ebola vaccine doses expected by mid-2015
John Gray and the evil at the core of human nature | @guardianletters
Jared Diamond: ‘150,000 years ago, humans wouldn’t figure on a list of the five most interesting species on Earth’
Australian surgeons make ‘dead heart’ transplant breakthrough
New books party: Books that arrived recently | @GrrlScientist
The Queen's tweet: monarch sends her first message on Twitter – video
£200,000 ‘smart’ drugs seizure prompts alarm over rising UK sales
Experience: I’ve paid for my body to be frozen when I die
Bears, okapis, crows and Wren - blogs roundup
Should the creation of novel viruses be banned? – podcast
Brain #games may have the opposite effect by making the player less socially and physically active @guardianscience
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It is a pleasure to open the Information Age exhibition today at the @sciencemuseum and I hope people will enjoy visiting. Elizabeth R.
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The royal tweet: Queen sends first Twitter message
Information Age: All you need is love (and three satellites)
Coils and cables: Science Museum opens information age gallery
Richard Dawkins’ cosmic tombstone: what would you add?
Life Steps – review: ‘Terrifying, mesmerising and very, very sad’
‘Dead’ hearts transplanted into living patients in world first
Bears on stairs, Bez stares on: Manchester Science Festival | Jon Butterworth | Life & Physics
Spacewatch: Countdown to Philae’s comet landing
Sinister truths of some everyday euphemisms | @guardianletters
The amazing 'submarine repeater' allowed US singer/activist Paul Robeson to perform in UK in 50s
How the world looks to people who are colour blind - in pictures
Plantwatch: Craze for foraging may endanger our mushrooms
How 1,000 years of Arabic scholarship advanced scientific debate – in pictures
Brain games "exploit anxieties about memory loss for profit"… That's a nasty, ugly, and entirely true statement.
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Google buys two more UK artificial intelligence startups
2014 Arctic sea ice extent - 6th lowest in millennia | Dana Nuccitelli
New Study reveals humans interbred with Neanderthals ~50,000 years ago: No, that's a femur.
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Brain games exploit anxieties about memory loss for profit – scientists
The okapi’s skull. But where is its body?
What’s your word of the year? | Open thread
Rosetta mission: Philae comet probe could unlock secrets of the universe
Ancient human bone helps date our first sex with Neanderthals
Bizarre dinosaur reconstructed after 50 years of wild speculation
Why ordering your cake needed a computer @guardianscience Information Age: the (cake) computer that changed the world
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Drug-resistant tuberculosis poses global threat, warn doctors
The Guardian overtakes New York Times in comScore traffic figures via @guardian
Information Age: the (cake) computer that changed the world