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New Scientist
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Males don't always get the penis. This member belongs to a female cave insect ow.ly/vTuCs pic.twitter.com/EymntNHEJD
Gender-bending cave insects found in Brazil ow.ly/vTuCs #Zoologger
How can toddlers expend seemingly boundless energy when they eat so little? Answer for the chance to win £100 ow.ly/vT9QZ
Win a VIP day at the Science Museum in London including a night at the Hilton and much more ow.ly/vTeFP pic.twitter.com/ayRgoFP7i1
Human story #climate change - told by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Harrison Ford ow.ly/vSXH9
Measles drug will help contain outbreaks - but will it also encourage people to reject vaccination? ow.ly/vSOpf
Reality, existence, God, consciousness – explore the Big Questions in issue 1 of New Scientist: The Collection ow.ly/vSVqS
Apologetic but defiant: Stem cell researcher says she was sloppy but underlying science is sound ow.ly/vSSik
Water isn't necessary for #life - it might even be bad for it. So where did life start? ow.ly/vSQkX (Preview)
Why we dream of snakes, not climate change and pocket knives ow.ly/vSPzw Clue: #Evolution
Star dust casts doubt on groundbreaking big bang wave result ow.ly/vSaPn #BICEP2
Schrödinger's phone? Future Nokia phones could send quantum-coded text messages ow.ly/vRhhC #quantum
Shakespeare the scientist, the M theory of everything and more in this week's issue: ow.ly/vS9W6 pic.twitter.com/jkB9PrpiT0
Plot showing how star dust could interfere with big bang wave result ow.ly/vP7ps #BICEP2 pic.twitter.com/k80Z55YniG
This cloud of glowing red hydrogen is part of the angry chicken nebula ow.ly/vRn5z pic.twitter.com/q2UW5KL94r
Who's the big boss? Criminal gang connections mapped via phone metadata ow.ly/vRnZU
Future Nokia phones could send quantum-coded text messages ow.ly/vRhhC #quantum
Atomic clocks will stop algorithmic traders from having an unfair edge ow.ly/vR9R0
Slow-motion tremors make Tokyo megaquake more likely ow.ly/vQWfq pic.twitter.com/6SuWBn1Y0R
Popping a #polypill makes treating heart disease easier ow.ly/vQyl3
Atomkraft? Nein danke! How Germany's rejection of #nuclear power is working out ow.ly/vQy9s
Digital mirror 'reflects' your inside-out body ow.ly/vQqSe Amazing vid > youtu.be/BXkXMVleqqc
BREAKING: MERS hits Philippines ow.ly/vQpmi & Malaysia ow.ly/vQpCY. Is MERS a threat? ow.ly/vQppr
Shakespeare the scientist, the M theory of everything and more in this week's issue: ow.ly/vQopn pic.twitter.com/jkB9PrpiT0
Henry Thoreau was a citizen scientist: Flowering times in Walden used to track #climate change ow.ly/vQnYi