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Scotland's scientists breathe easier after No vote ow.ly/BGQRZ #indyref #scienceFTW
Epilepsy gives woman compulsive urge to write poems ow.ly/BGIVI #poetry
Who needs fingers? A new gaze-tracker lets you connect to gadgets with a glance ow.ly/BGvsm pic.twitter.com/gSsTJytvYm
Bulldog ants are fighting dirty in a vicious turf war with spiders ow.ly/BGuM8 #zoologger pic.twitter.com/gYzN8L5rtr
Last week's Apple Watch launch is just the latest step towards ubiquitous self-monitoring ow.ly/BGt2t pic.twitter.com/o3Hkm5rQ0Y
Murderer and rapist Frank Van Den Bleeken has won the right to die: should this be allowed?ow.ly/BGrRw pic.twitter.com/qdW30mwaFm
Tick tick boom, the Earth spits out a moon. Full in-depth article at ow.ly/ByhZi pic.twitter.com/fhtCxzSduq
Jesus on toast! Frictional coefficient of banana skin, dog urination studies. It's the #IgNobel awards ow.ly/BFWhu
Equip yourself for Australia's shaky jobs market with a science degree. ow.ly/B57cK
Scientists think the sun's polarity is in the process of reversing right now bit.ly/strangesun pic.twitter.com/2X4YMmEEM1
Our sun's long-lost sibling, formed in the same cloud as our solar system, lives in Hercules ow.ly/BEeVH pic.twitter.com/9nL0s1PUAp
Global population may boom well beyond the year 2050 ow.ly/BEXN9
Rainy, with a chance of tornadoes, on the sun youtube.com/watch?v=myrUls… Read more about our mysterious home star: ow.ly/BEdV1
Did a nuclear time bomb deep inside the young Earth tear the planet apart? youtube.com/watch?v=BB3hfD… In-depth article: ow.ly/ByhZi
Imagination: Why we spend so much time exploring realities that don't exist newscientist.com/special/imagin…
Today on New Scientist: why imagination matters, artificial sweeteners and health, cross-species baby criest and more ow.ly/BDYcB
Just one day left to win a VIP museum trip to London including 4* hotel. Log in free to enter: ow.ly/BDZvG pic.twitter.com/GpASSnYkzG
We're getting closer to a quantum internet. And that'll be good for security. ow.ly/BEgdL pic.twitter.com/5KaXEJ7GTq
Tiny changes in air temperature could power the sensors of the future ow.ly/BEdiK pic.twitter.com/MaJwUw6Avd
A mother deer will rush to help if she hears a baby seal - or even human baby - cry. Why? ow.ly/BE0Wb pic.twitter.com/Us7xScDVtS
Scotland should look to Estonia and Iceland if they decide to go it alone ow.ly/BDSRk #indyref
What would Scottish independence mean for science? ow.ly/BDSBB #indyref
It is 2062, and the youngest people now voting in Scotland's #indyref are now approaching retirement... ow.ly/BDQSF
Bask in the green beauty of the aurora borealis lighting up a glacial lagoon ow.ly/BDA2l pic.twitter.com/MLUl63HeHB
Psychedelic bird droppings? No: colliding galaxies, 40 to 600 million light years from Earth newscientist.com/article/dn2622… pic.twitter.com/KcdgjeUoYY
How's that diet soft drink taste? Artificial sweeteners cause glucose intolerance in mice ow.ly/BCYzK pic.twitter.com/zkX4lFLZqZ
"Just keep swimming..." It turns out clownfish really DO make epic sea journeys ow.ly/BCqkz pic.twitter.com/Qsxhpn4BIr
This "birthday machine" experiment reveals pretend play is serious business youtube.com/watch?v=h0RxhZ… Read more: ow.ly/BBETb
China clamps down on dirtiest coal to curb pollution ow.ly/BCqVk pic.twitter.com/ZuFOUua8Cp
Finding Nemo is real: Clownfish make epic sea journeys ow.ly/BCqkz pic.twitter.com/Qsxhpn4BIr
Our imagination could be key to our health and the power behind the rise of human civilisation ow.ly/BBE6L pic.twitter.com/EjZFh8oBw5
Online now: special report on imagination, the sun's strange side, aliens inside you and more ow.ly/BBIHy pic.twitter.com/UirutzSsxp
Want to work for New Scientist? We have job opportunities available in editorial, marketing and development ow.ly/BBSfN
The sea ice around Antarctica has hit a record high - and it's down to, erm, global warming ow.ly/BBR8M pic.twitter.com/yWkAiWuBIi
Today on New Scientist: preferred vs promoted online, Cornish Jaws, psychology experiments we'd ban now and more ow.ly/BBPxh
Boeing and SpaceX bag NASA's $6.8bn space taxi prize ow.ly/BBDJN pic.twitter.com/1BfwvIm1W4
Unbreakable ceramic! Crush this ceramic cube... And it bounces back ow.ly/BBiMW vine.co/v/OWhUnj9xOzH
Read the article on the alternative ways to run a planet, featuring Nishimura's striking photography: ow.ly/BBf3j
Tatsuro Nishimura tells how he created a stunning image for our article on the end of nations: konbini.com/en/inspiration… pic.twitter.com/IqG76H03kf
Leaky wells, not fracking, polluted US drinking water ow.ly/BB7eD pic.twitter.com/spTmGubjZt
Stem cells used in landmark therapy to save Japanese woman's failing eyesight ow.ly/BAOl6 pic.twitter.com/lIqMKwnFJk
Have we solved the mystery of the Tunguska event at last? Blast from the past at ow.ly/BvTap pic.twitter.com/5x4iiWeJK8
"Uninhabitable Australia?" New Scientist Live is coming to Sydney. Book your tickets now. ow.ly/BA8Tq pic.twitter.com/7soZFpQHdo
Stand up now! Desk jobs and TV can slash your life expectancy, even if you work out every day ow.ly/BvSm1 pic.twitter.com/F2HzNcgkVp
Today on New Scientist: Socrates among psychopaths, a "language gene" in mice, app saves stressed students and more ow.ly/Bzar3
You thought entanglement was odd? Quantum discord turns the weirdness up to 11. ow.ly/BoJpG pic.twitter.com/J9P556IEPe
Spared by their smartphones: failing students saved by stress-sensing app ow.ly/ByqTl pic.twitter.com/vvH2w2JO5k
CUTE OVERLOAD. Close-up portraits of the adorable creatures of the night ow.ly/BydPw pic.twitter.com/4u9WVLaTUG
Hackers are evolving a new role for themselves as the white knights of democracy ow.ly/BvR1r pic.twitter.com/1uUUtgHgcx