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You’re powered by quantum mechanics. No, really… gu.com/p/42gv4
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William Burroughs’s drugs cure inspires Alzheimer’s researcher gu.com/p/42mnd
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‘Silent revolution’ in biotech farming is overtaking GM, says Greenpeace gu.com/p/42nvk
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SpaceX Dragon concludes fifth mission to International Space Station - video gu.com/p/42nx4
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WHO: several hundred thousand Ebola vaccine doses expected by mid-2015 gu.com/p/42m9m
John Gray and the evil at the core of human nature | @guardianletters gu.com/p/42mbx
Jared Diamond: ‘150,000 years ago, humans wouldn’t figure on a list of the five most interesting species on Earth’ gu.com/p/42y9y
Australian surgeons make ‘dead heart’ transplant breakthrough gu.com/p/42mgc
New books party: Books that arrived recently | @GrrlScientist gu.com/p/42mac
The Queen's tweet: monarch sends her first message on Twitter – video gu.com/p/42mbh
£200,000 ‘smart’ drugs seizure prompts alarm over rising UK sales gu.com/p/42maa
Experience: I’ve paid for my body to be frozen when I die gu.com/p/428bm
Bears, okapis, crows and Wren - blogs roundup gu.com/p/42m3p
Should the creation of novel viruses be banned? – podcast gu.com/p/42m37
Brain #games may have the opposite effect by making the player less socially and physically active bit.ly/1xcSFfj @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 gu.com/p/42m6e
Information Age: All you need is love (and three satellites) gu.com/p/42yjn
Coils and cables: Science Museum opens information age gallery gu.com/p/42mvt
Richard Dawkins’ cosmic tombstone: what would you add? gu.com/p/42yqa
Life Steps – review: ‘Terrifying, mesmerising and very, very sad’ gu.com/p/42ye4
‘Dead’ hearts transplanted into living patients in world first gu.com/p/42yp5
Bears on stairs, Bez stares on: Manchester Science Festival | Jon Butterworth | Life & Physics gu.com/p/42y6e
Spacewatch: Countdown to Philae’s comet landing gu.com/p/42yjx
Sinister truths of some everyday euphemisms | @guardianletters gu.com/p/42ytt
The amazing 'submarine repeater' allowed US singer/activist Paul Robeson to perform in UK in 50s gu.com/p/42yb8/tw
How the world looks to people who are colour blind - in pictures gu.com/p/42y6c
Plantwatch: Craze for foraging may endanger our mushrooms gu.com/p/42yf9
How 1,000 years of Arabic scholarship advanced scientific debate – in pictures gu.com/p/42y46
Brain games "exploit anxieties about memory loss for profit" theguardian.com/science/2014/o… That's a nasty, ugly, and entirely true statement.
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Google buys two more UK artificial intelligence startups gu.com/p/42ybh
2014 Arctic sea ice extent - 6th lowest in millennia | Dana Nuccitelli gu.com/p/42hb9
New Study reveals humans interbred with Neanderthals ~50,000 years ago: dld.bz/dzcRe No, that's a femur. pic.twitter.com/ysD5GULd9y
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Brain games exploit anxieties about memory loss for profit – scientists gu.com/p/42y8v
The okapi’s skull. But where is its body? gu.com/p/42y56
What’s your word of the year? | Open thread gu.com/p/42y2g
Rosetta mission: Philae comet probe could unlock secrets of the universe gu.com/p/42yxf
Ancient human bone helps date our first sex with Neanderthals gu.com/p/42k9d
Bizarre dinosaur reconstructed after 50 years of wild speculation gu.com/p/42kdq
Why ordering your cake needed a computer @guardianscience Information Age: the (cake) computer that changed the world bit.ly/1zk9c6x
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Drug-resistant tuberculosis poses global threat, warn doctors gu.com/p/42kx3
The Guardian overtakes New York Times in comScore traffic figures gu.com/p/42jfq/tw via @guardian
Information Age: the (cake) computer that changed the world gu.com/p/42jt4