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Daily Telegraph
17/10/2017 03:47:17 PM
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Dolphins have ‘human-like’ societies...but are held back by a lack of opposable thumbs, say scientists
Secret of gold finally found: precious metals are forged in cataclysmic collision of neutron stars
AI implants will allow us to control our homes with our thoughts within 20 years, government report claims
How cats and dogs are helping doctors predict dementia in people with Parkinson’s
Blue Planet II reveals raft of new discoveries and finds that fishermen's tales of boiling seas are true
Comment: Should theatre meddle with science?
Gallery: Extraordinary photographs that show the human side of endangered animals
Five things you might not know blood tests can detect
Blueberries boost children's brainpower, study finds
Oysters and mussels produce 'ridiculous' levels of gasses causing climate change
Every 2 lbs overweight knocks nine weeks off you life, say scientists
Extreme horse breeding leaves animals looking like cartoons, warn vets 
GPs should conduct appointments standing up to set good example to patients, doctors told 
Rise of the ‘bromance’ threatens heterosexual relationships, warn social scientists
Traditional family doctors dying out due to years of underfunding, Jeremy Hunt admits
Seven health habits that could help you live longer
Jeremy the 'lefty' snail dies - but not before finally producing offspring
Influx of rare and spectacular moths heading to Britain, say experts 
Met Office supercomputer would not have missed The Great Storm of 1987
Your brain on nostalgia: first study shows neurons light up in meaningful places
Average age of world's most beautiful people is now 38 - up from 33 in 1990
Mental effects of bullying largely gone after five years, major study shows
Runny eggs back on the menu for pregnant women and elderly as FSA relaxes rules after 30 years 
Patients less likely to die within a month if female surgeon operates, study finds
'Fertility MOTs' are a waste of money, study finds 
Conservationists take nine flights a year, despite knowing danger to environment, study shows 
Going to a sauna twice a week cuts pneumonia risk, study finds
Chris Packham on living with Asperger's: 'I’ve spent 30 years on the telly trying my best to act normal'
Embedding GPs in A&E departments increases antibiotic prescriptions, study finds 


Scientific American
17/10/2017 03:46:23 PM
Could AI Be the Future of Fake News and Product Reviews?
What NASA's Simulated Missions Tell Us about the Need for Martian Law
Gravitational Wave Astronomers Hit Mother Lode
Could AI Be the Future of Fake News and Product Reviews?
What NASA's Simulated Missions Tell Us about the Need for Martian Law
Astronomers Are Finally Mapping the “Dark Side” of the Milky Way
Octopus-Inspired Robots: Silicone Skin Can Change Texture for "3-D Camouflage"
The Fight over the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Is Back
Our Love of Exotic Pets Is Driving Wildlife Decline
Where's the Proof That Mindfulness Meditation Works?
Will Italy's Ominous Supervolcano Erupt Soon?
Behavior & Society
Why Do Smart People Do Foolish Things?
Behavior & Society
Sexual Victimization by Women Is More Common Than Previously Known
NASA Satellite Reveals Source of El Niño–Fueled Carbon Dioxide Spike
Our Love of Exotic Pets Is Driving Wildlife Decline
Women Code Breakers, a World of Endangered Species and Other New Science Books
Beware: Your Home Security Cam Is Watching You
5 Things We Bet You Didn't Know about the Placenta
Can Scientists Convince the Public to Accept CRISPR and Gene Drives?
Hurricane Harvey: Why Is It So Extreme?
Hurricane Irma: Florida's Overdevelopment Has Created a Ticking Time Bomb
Just How Strong Is Hurricane Irma?
Hurricane Harvey: Houston Has No Quick Way to Get Rid of Floodwater 

BBC
17/10/2017 03:47:25 PM
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Gravitational waves: So many new toys to unwrap
Science & Environment
Einstein’s waves from dead star smash
Video 'Sound' of colliding neutron stars
Full article Gravitational waves: So many new toys to unwrap
'Big, bad wolf' image flawed - scientists
Science & Environment
New story for domestication of dogs
Full article 'Big, bad wolf' image flawed - scientists
1,000mph 'Bloodhound' rocket car fires up
Science & Environment
Full article 1,000mph 'Bloodhound' rocket car fires up
Penguins die in 'catastrophic' season

New Scientist
17/10/2017 03:47:18 PM
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Driverless cars could let you choose who survives in a crash
Sex addiction isn’t an illness, treating it as one is a bad idea
Magic mushroom extract changes brains of people with depression
Sperm age calculator tells men how decrepit their sperm are
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Nature
17/10/2017 03:46:37 PM
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Colliding stars spark rush to solve cosmic mysteries Stellar collision confirms theoretical predictions about the periodic table.
Gravitational waves: A golden binary
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world view Give researchers a lifetime word limit
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