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New Scientist
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Lucy had company: new species of early human lived next door to Australopithicus
Brain implant that decodes intention will let us probe free will
CSI Stone Age: 430,000-year-old hominin skull may be first record of human-on-human violence
Bringing asteroids close to Earth could fill satellites' orbits with dangerous dust
Machines are about to start making their own beautiful music:
Getting away with it: the guilty pleasures you can sometimes indulge - and the ones you can't
Guilty pleasures, policing the police, the hydra paradox, graphene spacecraft, and more:
A ketamine 'vaccine' has stopped mice being depressed - but should we try it too?
Now HALF the world population of saiga antelopes have been killed by a mystery disease
Fetal cells have been injected into a man's brain to cure his Parkinson's
Wow - check out the Faulty Towers black smokers, more than 2 km underwater
Uh oh. Wild weather in Mexico and the US could be the first signs of El Nino
Fetal cells injected into a man's brain to cure his Parkinson's
What happens when a pocket of methane melts out of Siberian permafrost. Should you worry?
After ISIS storms Palmyra, the race is now on to log global heritage sites
Methane is a potent greenhouse gas. There's a lot frozen in Siberian permafrost. For now
This is the real Faulty Towers. Don't mention the war.
Hayfever alert as North American ragweed threatens to bring autumn allergy misery to Europe
The huge LHCb detector spies tiny particle imbalances that might solve the antimatter mystery
We must put the brakes on glaciers to stop the seas rising, says Slawek Tulaczyk
We must think boldly if we're going to protect our coasts, says glaciologist Slawek Tulaczyk:
Playing shoot 'em ups has a surprising benefit – it can train your brain to sharpen vision
Just 50 days until we reach Pluto! Here's why we’re so excited: #CountdownToPluto
Beth Shapiro asks if we could ever bring back mammoths - and if we should:
16th C healthcare was crude, but Shakespeare's observations still inspire doctors today: