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Daily Telegraph
25/08/2019 10:47:07 PM
Pole to Pole: the story behind Sir Ranulph Fiennes' pioneering circumpolar expedition - told 40 years on
UK e-sports start-up Faceit raises $12m from Hong Kong's Makers Fund
Out on a limb: Why Bristol is leading the UK’s robotics revolution
Seeds dormant for hundreds of years brought back to life with pond revival
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Pole to Pole: the story behind Sir Ranulph Fiennes' pioneering circumpolar expedition - told 40 years on
UK e-sports start-up Faceit raises $12m from Hong Kong's Makers Fund
Out on a limb: Why Bristol is leading the UK’s robotics revolution
Comment: A Porsche and a house in the country? British entrepreneurs must have more ambition
UK e-sports start-up Faceit raises $12m from Hong Kong's Makers Fund
Out on a limb: Why Bristol is leading the UK’s robotics revolution
Facebook was investigating Cambridge Analytica three months before it originally claimed
Prolific hacker ordered to pay back nearly £1m in Bitcoin to victims
Huawei smartphone unit to take $10bn hit amid US trade restrictions
Comment: A Porsche and a house in the country? British entrepreneurs must have more ambition
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Gallery: Celebrities post images from FaceApp despite security concerns – and the results are disturbing
Gallery: Britain’s Moon landing plans, in pictures
Pole to Pole: the story behind Sir Ranulph Fiennes' pioneering circumpolar expedition - told 40 years on
Seeds dormant for hundreds of years brought back to life with pond revival
Having partner present in delivery room reduces childbirth pain, study shows
Restless legs syndrome nearly triples the risk of suicide and self-harm
Extreme fitness rots the teeth, new study finds
Nasa names Mars rock after Rolling Stones as Mick Jagger says : 'I want to put it on the mantelpiece'
Carrie Symonds's young eco warriors seek help to buy rainforest
Seeds dormant for hundreds of years brought back to life with pond revival
Endangered orchid brought back from the brink after habitat was killed off by rise of the car
Comment: We must cut foreign aid until Brazil faces up to its duty to protect the Amazon
Electrifying your fleet? Here’s what your employees need to know
Could a breath test detect cancer in the future?
Five ways to make your business more sustainable
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Scientific American
25/08/2019 10:46:25 PM
The Solar System's Loneliest Planets, Revisited
Scientists Start Building a Parts List for the Brain
Can a New Lyme Disease Vaccine Overcome a History of Distrust and Failure?
The Solar System's Loneliest Planets, Revisited
Scientists Start Building a Parts List for the Brain
Will China Overtake the U.S. in Artificial Intelligence Research?
Gene Editing Transforms Gel into Shape-Shifting Smart Material
And Now the Really Big Coal Plants Begin to Close
Earth Stopped Getting Greener 20 Years Ago
Scientists Mull the Astrobiological Implications of an Airless Alien Planet
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
Invisible Moonlight and Adorable Squid Babies: The Week's Best Science GIFsEnjoy and loop onBy Kelso Harper

BBC
25/08/2019 10:47:20 PM
'Last chance saloon' to save 'rhinos of the oceans'
Nasa 'probing first allegation of space crime'
Brazil sends army to tackle Amazon fires
Giraffes get trade protection amid falling numbers
Fake news is 'reinforced by false memories'
Rivers used as 'open sewers', says charity
Eggs taken from rare rhinos in bid to save species
Nasa 'probing first allegation of space crime'
Brazil sends army to tackle Amazon fires
Giraffes get trade protection amid falling numbers
Fake news is 'reinforced by false memories'
Rivers used as 'open sewers', says charity
Eggs taken from rare rhinos in bid to save species
Amazon fires: How bad have they got?
The Cold War spy technology which we all use
Climate change: Should you fly, drive or take the train?
Video 6 minutes 46 secondsWhen an ethical vegan met a sheep farmer...
Video 1 minute 36 secondsWhy is the Amazon rainforest so important?
Video 1 minute 39 seconds'I will give my last drop of blood for this forest'
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Video 1 minute 31 seconds3D scanner detects pigs' emotions
Video 1 minute 33 secondsWho makes sure our tap water is clean?
Russia medics fear nuclear blast contamination
The future of food: Why farming is moving indoors
Flaring event 'low' on the air quality index
Amazon fires: How bad have they got?
Brazil wildfires prompt 'prayers' for the Amazon rainforest
Thousands of fires are ravaging the Amazon rainforest in Brazil - the most intense blazes for almost a decade.
Focus on Farming - Pygmy Goats
Russia floating nuclear power station sets sail
Why you can trust BBC News

New Scientist

25/08/2019 10:46:24 PM
New Scientist Live 2019
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Space agency chief fired after revealing recent Amazon deforestation
Fish recorded singing dawn chorus on reefs just like birds
Quantum weirdness isn't real – we've just got space and time all wrong
Cell injections could train the body to accept a transplanted organ
Extinction Rebellion founder calls for mass psychedelic disobedience
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The Vagina Bible: Beating bad science on women's sexual health
Facebook’s ad data may put millions of gay people at risk
Quantum weirdness isn't real – we've just got space and time all wrong
New Scientist Live 2019: Everything you need to know
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
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New Scientist Live 2019: Everything you need to know
Wild polio has been eradicated in Nigeria but infections will continue
Record Amazon rainforest fires spark row between Brazil and France
Asteroid Ryugu has no dust on it and we don’t know why
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25/08/2019 10:47:07 PM
New Scientist Live 2019
Tickets selling fast: book your place now!
Space agency chief fired after revealing recent Amazon deforestation
Fish recorded singing dawn chorus on reefs just like birds
Quantum weirdness isn't real – we've just got space and time all wrong
Cell injections could train the body to accept a transplanted organ
Extinction Rebellion founder calls for mass psychedelic disobedience
Don't Miss: Design for survival, lab fraud, and summer magic
The Vagina Bible: Beating bad science on women's sexual health
Facebook’s ad data may put millions of gay people at risk
Quantum weirdness isn't real – we've just got space and time all wrong
New Scientist Live 2019: Everything you need to know
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
Don't Miss: Design for survival, lab fraud, and summer magic
New Scientist Live 2019: Everything you need to know
Wild polio has been eradicated in Nigeria but infections will continue
Record Amazon rainforest fires spark row between Brazil and France
Asteroid Ryugu has no dust on it and we don’t know why
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Nature
25/08/2019 10:46:39 PM
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CRISPR cuts turn gels into biological watchdogs Wunderkind gene-editing tool used to trigger smart materials that can deliver drugs and sense biological signals.
Huge US government study to offer genetic counselling A firm hired by the National Institutes of Health will work with participants in a research programme that aims to sequence 1 million genomes.
Strategies for combating online hate news and views | 21 Aug 2019
Meet the crystal growers who sparked a revolution in graphene electronics news feature | 21 Aug 2019
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Geologist’s sacking prompts outcry news | 20 Aug 2019
Why I said no to peer review this summer Jennifer Rohn world view | 21 Aug 2019
Podcast: Tackling online hate speech, and identifying early fossils Listen to this week’s science news, with Benjamin Thompson and Shamini Bundell.
Hundreds of extreme self-citing scientists revealed in new database Some highly cited academics seem to be heavy self-promoters — but researchers warn against policing self-citation.
Black-hole meal, banana-killer and hottest July ever The week in science: 16–22 August 2019.
The Philippines creates its first space agency The agency will co-ordinate the country’s activities in space and develop technologies.
Top US university investigates donations from Jeffrey Epstein NEWS | 23 AUG 2019
Alarming surge in Amazon fires prompts global outcry NEWS | 23 AUG 2019
Head of prestigious ancient-DNA lab suspended amid bullying allegations NEWS | 19 AUG 2019
Brazil’s budget cuts threaten more than 80,000 science scholarships NEWS | 19 AUG 2019
Don’t rush India’s health-care reforms India’s doctors and its government are at loggerheads over much-needed changes to medical education. Differences must be settled and cool heads must prevail.
Teenage activists and an IPCC triumph editorial
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