Updated : 16/10/2019
 
Science

Daily Telegraph
16/10/2019 12:47:03 PM
Revealed: The Tories' 24-hour meme machine plotting to win the next election
ByMason Boycott-Owen
Former Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer: ‘I had some issues with Bill Gates. We were over-testosteroned young men’
We must not underestimate the power of Facebook’s digital currency
Harry de Quetteville
Google reveals motion-sensing Pixel 4 phone as it challenges Apple on price
How YouTube led me down a wormhole of neo-Nazi conspiracy theories  
As Sophos is bought by a US bidder, why is Britain unable to keep hold of its tech darlings? 
Fortnite has hooked a generation, but how long can the craze last?
The robot farmers helping to solve Britain's migrant labour shortage
Why Britain is leading the way in 'tech for good'
ByHarry de Quetteville
Revealed: The Tories' 24-hour meme machine plotting to win the next election
ByMason Boycott-Owen
How YouTube led me down a wormhole of neo-Nazi conspiracy theories  
Fortnite has hooked a generation, but how long can the craze last?
WeWork to axe 2,000 jobs this week as new bosses battle to save it from collapse 
Why Britain is leading the way in 'tech for good'
ByHarry de Quetteville
We must not underestimate the power of Facebook’s digital currency
Harry de Quetteville
Facebook's cryptocurrency Libra risks falling apart before it has even started
Apple is walking a perilous tightrope as it tries to keep China onside
Why Britain can win Nobel Prizes but still can’t win commercial success
Primark warns shoppers not to buy its wares on Amazon 
Revealed: The Tories' 24-hour meme machine plotting to win the next election
ByMason Boycott-Owen
Google reveals motion-sensing Pixel 4 phone as it challenges Apple on price
Tourists in Sardinia told to ditch Google Maps after dozens get lost on quests for idyllic beaches
Carney defends Facebook's Libra in call for digital payments revolution
How YouTube led me down a wormhole of neo-Nazi conspiracy theories  
Join the Telegraph Expat Facebook group
Fortnite goes down with in-game apocalypse leaving thousands of players watching a black hole
Pro gamer punished for supporting Hong Kong protests has prize money restored after international uproar
Borderlands 3 review: puerile, repetitive, reductive... and I absolutely love it
How video games can be harnessed for religious worship
Jon Bernthal interview: 'Masculinity has been bastardised – it has nothing to do with violence'
PS5: Sony confirms release date for Playstation 5 console
Why Britain is leading the way in 'tech for good'
ByHarry de Quetteville
Why I quit my high-flying job to start a business from scratch
ByHelen Chandler-Wilde
As Sophos is bought by a US bidder, why is Britain unable to keep hold of its tech darlings? 
After Peloton's $8bn market debut, what's next for the fitness technology industry?
Politics of TechRead more
'We are watching you': Russia accused of sending threatening texts to British troops
Facebook's Libra fallout: what next for cryptocurrency investors?
Booking.com becomes latest firm to drop out of Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency
G20 bankers warned over digital coins like Libra
Driver cars could be halted by leaves and seagulls, warns Law Commission
Plants taught to take 'selfies' in move which could help scientists discover more about the rainforest 
Why Britain is leading the way in 'tech for good'
ByHarry de Quetteville
More than half of children in custody are from ethnic minorities for first time, probation report reveals
Google reveals motion-sensing Pixel 4 phone as it challenges Apple on price
Google Pixel 4: Release date, price, specs and rumours so far
iPhone 11 and 11 Pro review: Apple's best ever camera - but it's not worth ditching last year's model
Apple's iPhone 11 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S10 cameras compared: which is best?
Revealed: The Tories' 24-hour meme machine plotting to win the next election
ByMason Boycott-Owen
Google reveals motion-sensing Pixel 4 phone as it challenges Apple on price
How YouTube led me down a wormhole of neo-Nazi conspiracy theories  
WeWork to axe 2,000 jobs this week as new bosses battle to save it from collapse 
Why Britain is leading the way in 'tech for good'
ByHarry de Quetteville
Former Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer: ‘I had some issues with Bill Gates. We were over-testosteroned young men’
Google Pixel 4: Release date, price, specs and rumours so far
Booking.com becomes latest firm to drop out of Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency
Fortnite goes down with in-game apocalypse leaving thousands of players watching a black hole
As Sophos is bought by a US bidder, why is Britain unable to keep hold of its tech darlings? 
Pro gamer punished for supporting Hong Kong protests has prize money restored after international uproar
Drones could fix Scottish wind farms without human help
The AI that knows you're about to resign before you do - and warns your boss
The robot farmers helping to solve Britain's migrant labour shortage
How Twitter could help police predict hate crimes in the UK
Software maker Sophos agrees £3bn takeover by US private equity
Artificial intelligence
Politics of tech home
Syndication and Commissioning
Terms and Conditions
adblocking instructions


Scientific American
16/10/2019 12:46:25 PM
Latitude Adjustment: Distance from the Equator Shapes Our Thinking
Ancient Teeth Reveal Social Stratification Dates Back to Bronze Age Societies
Mini Gravitational-Wave Detector Could Probe Dark Matter
Ship Freezes Itself in Arctic Ice to Study Climate Change
Latitude Adjustment: Distance from the Equator Shapes Our Thinking
Ancient Teeth Reveal Social Stratification Dates Back to Bronze Age Societies
Mini Gravitational-Wave Detector Could Probe Dark Matter
To Encourage Climate Action, Talk Up the Benefits of Adaptation
The Struggle to Save Heirloom Rice in India
Vaping-Related Illness Has a New Name: EVALI
Giant Molecules Exist in Two Places at Once in Unprecedented Quantum Experiment
Sleep Deprivation Shuts Down Production of Essential Brain Proteins
Discovery of Molecular Switch for How Cells Use Oxygen Wins 2019 Nobel Prize in Medicine
New Encryption System Protects Data from Quantum Computers
One Small Step Back in Time
50 Years of Moon Missions: Graphic
The U.S. Should Go Back to the Moon—but Not on Its Own
Black Holes, Volcanic Scrolls, Tiny Heartbeat: Science GIFs to Start Your WeekEnjoy and loop onBy Kelso Harper and Jeffery DelViscio

BBC
16/10/2019 12:47:16 PM
Seeking the 'plastic score' of the food on our plates
Hundreds of temperature records broken over summer
'Ozone hole vigilance still required'
Famous winners of the Nobel Peace Prize
The spectacular power of interchangeable parts
Video 2 minutes 54 secondsIs Penzance the UK's most eco-friendly town?
Video 1 minute 43 secondsHow do you breathe less pollution on school run?
Video 4 minutes 6 secondsHow the Great Barrier Reef was saved in the 1960s
Video 1 minute 56 secondsHow Misha the polar bear changed zoos forever
Why you can trust BBC News

New Scientist

16/10/2019 12:46:25 PM
New Scientist Live
Joseph Plateau’s spinning disc illusions were the forerunner of cinema
NASA engineer's 'helical engine' may violate the laws of physics
Some corals ‘killed’ by climate change are now returning to life
Will a ban on snacking on public transport really help combat obesity?
One in 16 US women were forced into having sex for the first time
The best of the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year winning photos
Nightjars time their epic migration flights using a lunar calendar
Extreme snow stopped plants and animals breeding in parts of Greenland
Extremely dexterous robot can solve a Rubik's cube one-handed
How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes
Blue Planet II’s Steve Simpson explores the sounds of the ocean
Mixed reality in military aircraft of the future
How the young can rejuvenate the old
Skeletons: the frame of life
The delightful and dangerous world of liquids
The best of the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year winning photos
Nightjars time their epic migration flights using a lunar calendar
Extreme snow stopped plants and animals breeding in parts of Greenland
Extremely dexterous robot can solve a Rubik's cube one-handed
How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes
Privacy & cookies
Terms & conditions

16/10/2019 12:47:03 PM
Joseph Plateau’s spinning disc illusions were the forerunner of cinema
NASA engineer's 'helical engine' may violate the laws of physics
Some corals ‘killed’ by climate change are now returning to life
Will a ban on snacking on public transport really help combat obesity?
One in 16 US women were forced into having sex for the first time
The best of the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year winning photos
Nightjars time their epic migration flights using a lunar calendar
Extreme snow stopped plants and animals breeding in parts of Greenland
Extremely dexterous robot can solve a Rubik's cube one-handed
How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes
Blue Planet II’s Steve Simpson explores the sounds of the ocean
Mixed reality in military aircraft of the future
How the young can rejuvenate the old
Skeletons: the frame of life
The delightful and dangerous world of liquids
The best of the 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year winning photos
Nightjars time their epic migration flights using a lunar calendar
Extreme snow stopped plants and animals breeding in parts of Greenland
Extremely dexterous robot can solve a Rubik's cube one-handed
How deadly disease outbreaks could worsen as the climate changes
Privacy & cookies
Terms & conditions


Nature
16/10/2019 12:46:38 PM
Skip to main content
Thousands of grant peer reviewers share concerns in global survey Peer review process helps funders make decisions, but researchers say it is time-consuming and lacks transparency.
Transitioning from postdoc researcher to gig-economy scientist career column | 15 Oct 2019
‘Randomistas’ who used controlled trials to fight poverty win economics Nobel news | 14 Oct 2019
Geneticists retract study suggesting first CRISPR babies might die early news | 14 Oct 2019
Why Japan imported Ebola ahead of the 2020 Olympics news | 14 Oct 2019
Genetic light bulbs illuminate the brain technology feature | 14 Oct 2019
Scientists chase cause of mysterious vaping illness as death toll rises Confusion reigns as researchers sort through the complex US e-cigarette market.
UK hatches plan to build world's first fusion power plant Nuclear scientists are designing an ambitious prototype facility that could demonstrate commercial energy production by 2040.
Massive California power outage triggers chaos in science labs Researchers without access to back-up power scramble to save experiments and invaluable specimens.
Four-thousand-year-old genomes show deep roots of social inequality Genealogies gleaned from ancient human DNA are set to transform archaeology.
Canadian election leaves scientists hanging — no matter who wins NEWS | 15 OCT 2019
Giant iceberg, Nobel prizes and nuclear-fusion plans SEVEN DAYS | 09 OCT 2019
Podcast Extra: Q&A with Nobel Prize winner John Goodenough NATURE PODCAST | 09 OCT 2019
Chemistry Nobel honours world-changing batteries NEWS | 09 OCT 2019
Let independent panel shape Africa’s largest hydropower dam editorial
Banish hunger on university campuses Esther Ngumbi world view
From the archive news and views
Birth of a class of nanomaterial news and views
Alterations to the circadian clock make brain tumours vulnerable news and views
The structure of DNA news and views
How I overcame impostor syndrome after leaving academia Desiree Dickerson discusses learning to control the voice in her head that insisted she wasn’t good enough. career column
Don’t miss your PhD deadline Top tips for avoiding last-minute disasters and filing your thesis on time.
Shared parental leave: making it work for the whole family Lynsey Bunnefeld and her spouse took advantage of shared parental leave following their son’s birth, and this is what it taught them.
From design to lift-off: blasting experiments into outer space career column
Highlight negative results to improve science career column
When capitalisms collide Diane Coyle compares three tomes by big thinkers on prosperity, justice and environmental health. books and arts
From bomb to Moon: a Nobel laureate of principles Angela N. H. Creager is inspired by the life of the Nobel laureate who discovered deuterium.
Total immersion: re-imagining the ocean Two timely, urgent books offer different takes on the state of the seas. Boris Worm lauds both.
How pandemics shape social evolution books and arts
The social-media war, reclaiming classics from the alt-right, and a fusion of physics and dance: New in paperback books and arts
Nature Communications
Scientific Community & Society
Earth & Environmental Sciences
Authors & Referees
About Nature Research
Explore articles by subject
Reprints & permissions
Nature Masterclasses
Nature Research Academies
Librarian service & tools
Partnerships & Services
Accessibility statement
Terms & Conditions