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Ars Technica

  1. 04 Jun 2014 Open defecation solves the child mortality puzzle among Indian Muslims
  2. 19 May 2014 “Supernova in a bottle” could help create matter from light
  3. 15 May 2014 Jellyfish are the most energy-efficient swimmers, new metric confirms
  4. 30 Apr 2014 Search for extraterrestrial life clouded by exomoon atmospheres
  5. 20 Apr 2014 The most Earth-like planet is only 500 light years away
  6. 17 Apr 2014 Education, breastfeeding, and gender affect our bodies’ microbiomes
  7. 15 Apr 2014 Scientists pinpoint when harmless bacteria became flesh-eating monsters
  8. 11 Apr 2014 Massive asteroid may have kickstarted the movement of continents
  9. 03 Apr 2014 Cassini points to a hidden ocean on Saturn’s icy moon
  10. 02 Apr 2014 The zebra got its stripes to ward off flies
  11. 01 Apr 2014 A new microbe might have accelerated the Great Dying
  12. 26 Mar 2014 New dwarf planet found sneaking through the inner Oort Cloud
  13. 18 Feb 2014 After 400 years, mathematicians find a new class of shapes
  14. 12 Feb 2014 Big leap for fusion: more energy produced than spent igniting fuel
  15. 05 Feb 2014 Feathered dinosaur death site is an “animal Pompeii”
  16. 03 Feb 2014 New laser-printed material is lighter than water, as strong as steel
  17. 21 Jan 2014 Water, water everywhere—in our Solar System
  18. 13 Jan 2014 New cyber-attack model helps predict timing of the next Stuxnet
  19. 09 Jan 2014 Nanoparticles catch cancer cells that make it into the blood stream
  20. 06 Jan 2014 Why tropical forests have more tree species than US and Canada combined
  21. 26 Dec 2013 Insulin pill may soon be a reality for diabetes treatment
  22. 21 Dec 2013 Scientists make exotic chemicals with high-pressure salt
  23. 16 Dec 2013 Earliest evidence of cat domestication found in China
  24. 09 Dec 2013 Report: Media coverage can cause more stress than being at a bombing site
  25. 05 Dec 2013 The metals in your smartphone may be irreplaceable
  26. 02 Dec 2013 Aging cells share features with cancer
  27. 29 Nov 2013 Water-repellant surface so efficient that drops bounce back off
  28. 19 Nov 2013 People who don’t forget can still be tricked with false memories
  29. 13 Nov 2013 Meteorite impacts capture time capsules of the ecosystems they destroy
  30. 11 Nov 2013 Poor countries want space programs more than rich ones do
  31. 05 Nov 2013 Chinese used ice-path sleds to move Forbidden City’s stones
  32. 30 Sep 2013 Indonesia’s Samalas volcano may have kickstarted the Little Ice Age
  33. 24 Sep 2013 Computer simulations suggest war drove the rise of civilizations
  34. 11 Aug 2013 New meta-analysis checks the correlation between intelligence and faith
  35. 09 Aug 2013 New malaria vaccine the first to offer complete protection
  36. 02 Aug 2013 Genetic Adam and Eve may have walked on Earth at the same time
  37. 27 Jun 2013 Population boom might not have set off “human revolution”
  38. 19 Jun 2013 Cancer immunity of strange underground rat revealed
  39. 12 Jun 2013 To kill, cheetahs use agility and acceleration, not top speed
  40. 07 Jun 2013 Atomic bomb tests confirm formation of new brain cells
  41. 05 Jun 2013 New method can image single molecule, identify its atoms
  42. 29 May 2013 Frozen plants from the Little Ice Age regenerate spontaneously
  43. 24 May 2013 ‘Clone by phone’ makes for faster vaccine preparation
  44. 08 Apr 2013 Testing students during video lectures improves learning
  45. 01 Apr 2013 Nanoparticles formed using human viruses, to fight human viruses
  46. 28 Mar 2013 Fossil DNA used to reset humanity’s clock
  47. 22 Mar 2013 Doctors track stem cells with nanoparticles during cardiac therapy


Business Insider


Chemistry World (Print edition)

  1. 30 Sep 2013 Seek and destroy
  2. 26 Sep 2013 First pictures of hydrogen bonds unveiled
  3. 27 Mar 2013 Molecular cages to end crystallisation nightmare
  4. 01 Feb 2013 Innovation Generation by Roberta Ness (Review)
  5. 25 July 2012 Free generics for India’s poor but big pharma misses out
  6. 03 May 2012 Ranbaxy launches new anti-malarial Synriam
  7. 01 Nov 2011 The elements of life (InfoChem)
  8. 01 Mar 2011 What Technology Wants by Kevin Kelly (Review)
  9. 01 Mar 2011 Get real (Last Retort)
  10. 05 Jan 2011 Macromolecules from miniature templates
  11. 01 Jan 2011 Rare earths in China (InfoChem)
  12. 29 Oct 2010 Smuggling key factor in China’s rare earth actions
  13. 19 Oct 2010 Immigration cap could spell disaster for UK science
  14. 08 Oct 2010 India calls for ambitious increase in science funding

Chemistry World online

  1. 10 Apr 2013 Engineered extremophile brews bulk chemical
  2. 21 Feb 2013 NO for longevity
  3. 02 Dec 2010 Using fruit flies’ sweet tooth
  4. 22 Nov 2010 Irish drug industry fears bailout tax terms
  5. 18 Nov 2010 Cellulose used to make smart window materials
  6. 12 Nov 2010 How green is your detergent?
  7. 22 Oct 2010 UK carbon capture a one horse race
  8. 21 Oct 2010 Mining soil DNA for molecular decorators


The Conversation 

  1. 03 Jun 2014 New type of in-body device could be charged wirelessly
  2. 19 May 2014 ‘Supernova in a bottle’ will help create matter from light
  3. 15 May 2014 Jellyfish are the most energy efficient swimmers, new metric confirms
  4. 30 Apr 2014 Search for alien life could remain fruitless, study finds
  5. 20 Apr 2014 The most Earth-like planet is only 500 light years away
  6. 17 Apr 2014 Education, breastfeeding and gender affect the microbes on our bodies
  7. 14 Apr 2014 Scientists pinpoint when harmless bacteria became flesh-eating monsters
  8. 11 Apr 2014 Massive asteroid may have kickstarted the movement of continents
  9. 09 Apr 2014 Racial make up of UK universities looks different from the rest of the nation
  10. 03 Apr 2014 Cassini points to a hidden ocean on Saturn’s icy moon 
  11. 01 Apr 2014 The only reason zebra got its stripes to ward off flies
  12. 31 Mar 2014 The greatest mass extinction ever may have been kicked off by microbes
  13. 26 Mar 2014 New planet-like body found sneaking through the inner Oort cloud
  14. 20 Feb 2014 Are all of WhatsApp’s 55 employees millionaires? Not just yet
  15. 14 Feb 2014 After 400 years, mathematicians find a new class of solid shapes
  16. 12 Feb 2014 Giant leap for nuclear fusion as scientists get more energy out than put into fuel
  17. 12 Feb 2014 India’s urban work boom is leaving women behind
  18. 11 Feb 2014 New £600m Tube strike ‘cost’ based on estimates of just 61 small businesses
  19. 06 Feb 2014 London Tube strike’s £200m cost ‘plucked out of thin air’
  20. 04 Feb 2014 Feathered dinosaur death site revealed as ‘animal Pompeii’ 
  21. 03 Feb 2014 New laser-printed material is lighter than water, as strong as steel 
  22. 30 Jan 2014 Education equality gap failing immigrants and poor students
  23. 29 Jan 2014 Olympic costs always overrun, but nobody really cares
  24. 27 Jan 2014 Unemployment caused by the economic crisis set to worsen
  25. 23 Jan 2014 Cyclists put pedestrians at risk, but it’s not their fault
  26. 22 Jan 2014 Why there may be fewer truly new drugs hitting the market 
  27. 20 Jan 2014 Solar wind and space dust create new source of water
  28. 16 Jan 2014 Ten tiny places that have their own domain names 
  29. 13 Jan 2014 New cyber-attack model helps hackers time the next Stuxnet
  30. 09 Jan 2014 Nanoparticles cause cancer cells to die and stop spreading
  31. 06 Jan 2014 Why one hectare of rainforest grows more tree species than US and Canada combined
  32. 19 Dec 2013 Scientists make exotic chemicals from salt, rewrite textbooks
  33. 16 Dec 2013 Earliest evidence of cat domestication found in China
  34. 09 Dec 2013 Media more stressful for some than witnessing Boston bombs
  35. 05 Dec 2013 Metals in your smartphone have no substitutes
  36. 04 Dec 2013 Scientists falter as much as bankers in pursuit of answers
  37. 02 Dec 2013 Ageing cells shares features with cancer
  38. 13 Nov 2013 Meteorite impacts leave behind time-capsules of ecosystems
  39. 05 Nov 2013 Chinese used ice-path sleds to move Forbidden City’s boulders
  40. 09 Oct 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry goes to computational wizards
  41. 08 Oct 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics goes to discovery of the Higgs boson
  42. 07 Oct 2013 Nobel Prize in Medicine goes to cell transport discovery
  43. 30 Sep 2013 Indonesia’s Samalas volcano may have kickstarted the Little Ice Age
  44. 24 Sep 2013 Computer simulations reveal war drove the rise of civilisations
  45. 09 Sep 2013 Better fathers have smaller testicles
  46. 08 Aug 2013 New malaria vaccine the first to offer complete protection
  47. 01 Aug 2013 Genetic Adam and Eve may have walked on Earth at the same time
  48. 27 June 2013 Shellfish size may disprove cause of ‘human revolution’
  49. 19 June 2013 Cancer immunity of strange underground rat revealed
  50. 12 June 2013 To kill, cheetahs use agility and acceleration not top speed
  51. 06 June 2013 Nuclear bomb tests reveal formation of new brain cells
  52. 05 June 2013 New method can image single molecules and identify its atoms
  53. 29 May 2013 Frozen plants from the Little Ice Age regenerate spontaneously
  54. 24 May 2013 ‘Clone by phone’ means faster vaccine preparation
  55. 16 May 2013 Bioengineers go retro to build a calculator from living cells


The Economist (Print edition)

  1. 21 Sep 2013 How animals perceive time: Slo-mo mojo (Science & Technology)
  2. 16 Feb 2013 Flea market (Science & Technology)
  3. 01 Dec 2012 Changing focus (Technology quarterly)
  4. 10 Nov 2012 Clicked off (International)
  5. 03 Nov 2012 Grim and bear it (International)
  6. 27 Oct 2012 Hello mothers, hello father (Science & Technology)
  7. 27 Oct 2012 Powering a cure (Leaders)
  8. 20 Oct 2012 Many a mickle makes a muckle (Science & Technology)
  9. 20 Oct 2012 Data huggers (International)
  10. 06 Oct 2012 Body politic (Science & Technology)
  11. 06 Oct 2012 A judgment call (International)
  12. 15 Sep 2012 A bigger bang (Science & Technology)
  13. 01 Sep 2012 A silent healer (Technology quarterly)
  14. 01 Sep 2012 Gas-guzzling paint (Technology quarterly)
  15. 25 Aug 2012 Good vibrations (Science & Technology)

The Economist online

  1. 24 Sep 2014 Mars exploration: First time lucky (Babbage)
  2. 05 Sep 2014 Evolutionary biology: The sense of the father (Babbage)
  3. 12 Aug 2014 Seismology: A shock heard ’round the world (Babbage)
  4. 28 Oct 2013 Solar energy: Cell a million? (Babbage)
  5. 24 Sep 2013 Antibiotics: Precision Strike (Babbage)
  6. 18 Sep 2013 Ant navigation: The backtrackers (Babbage)
  7. 20 Jul 2013 More good than harm (Banyan)
  8. 20 Mar 2013 Water for all (Schumpeter)
  9. 14 Mar 2013 The numbers game (Babbage)
  10. 28 Feb 2013 From dust to lawn (Babbage)
  11. 13 Feb 2013 Teaching old pills new tricks (Schumpeter)
  12. 07 Feb 2013 Refusing to die (Babbage)
  13. 22 Dec 2012 A nebulous future (Babbage)
  14. 20 Dec 2012 Crowdsourcing ideas (Babbage)
  15. 09 Oct 2012 The nut cracks (Banyan)
  16. 02 Oct 2012 Poison pill (Babbage)
  17. 21 Sep 2012 Who am I? (Graphic Detail)
  18. 15 Sep 2012 Snipped in the bud (Babbage)
  19. 12 Sep 2012 Mega phone (Graphic Detail)
  20. 29 Aug 2012 Not same, very different (Johnson)
  21. 17 Aug 2012 The benefits of schooling (Babbage)
  22. 15 Aug 2012 The limits of light (Babbage)
  23. 13 Aug 2012 Interactive medal tally (Graphic Detail)
  24. 12 Aug 2012 That sinking feeling (Babbage)
  25. 08 Aug 2012 Creature discomforts (Babbage)
  26. 07 Aug 2012 A fun jump (Game theory)
  27. 02 Aug 2012 Just add water (Babbage)
  28. 25 July 2012 Head in the clouds (Graphic Detail)
  29. 19 July 2012 The conduct of science (Babbage)
  30. 13 May 2012 When waiting is not an option (Babbage)
  31. 12 Apr 2012 Chewed out (Banyan)


Gizmodo


The Guardian


The Hindu

  1. 30 Apr 2014 Search for alien life could remain fruitless, study finds
  2. 17 Apr 2014 Education, breastfeeding and gender affect the microbes on our bodies
  3. 14 Apr 2014 Scientists pinpoint when harmless bacteria became flesh-eating monsters
  4. 11 Apr 2014 Massive asteroid may have kickstarted the movement of continents
  5. 01 Apr 2014 The only reason zebra got its stripes to ward off flies
  6. 31 Mar 2014 The greatest mass extinction ever may have been kicked off by microbes
  7. 14 Feb 2014 After 400 years, mathematicians find a new class of solid shapes
  8. 12 Feb 2014 India’s urban work boom is leaving women behind
  9. 03 Feb 2014 New laser-printed material is lighter than water, as strong as steel
  10. 22 Jan 2014 Why there may be fewer truly new drugs hitting the market
  11. 16 Jan 2014 Ten tiny places that have their own domain names
  12. 09 Jan 2014 Nanoparticles cause cancer cells to die and stop spreading
  13. 05 Dec 2013 Metals in your smartphone have no substitutes
  14. 30 Nov 2013 Indonesia’s Samalas volcano may have kickstarted the Little Ice Age
  15. 24 Nov 2013 Computer simulations reveal war drove the rise of civilisations
  16. 09 Nov 2013 Better fathers have smaller testicles
  17. 08 Aug 2013 New malaria vaccine the first to offer complete protection
  18. 19 Jun 2013 Cancer immunity of strange underground rat revealed 
  19. 29 Mar 2013 Aakash is no silver bullet (Op-Ed)
  20. 05 Mar 2013 Researchers ‘cure’ HIV infection in a baby
  21. 28 Feb 2013 A submerged continent found


io9

  1. 21 Feb 2014 After 400 years, mathematicians have found a new class of solid shapes
  2. 02 May 2014 Feathered dinosaur death site could be an “animal Pompeii”


LiveScience

  1. 04 Jun 2014 New type of in-body device could be charged wirelessly
  2. 14 Feb 2014 After 400 years, mathematicians find a new class of solid shapes
  3. 22 Jan 2014 Why there may be fewer truly new drugs hitting the market
  4. 19 Dec 2013 Scientists make exotic chemicals from salt, rewrite textbooks
  5. 09 Dec 2013 Media more stressful for some than witnessing Boston bombs
  6. 05 Dec 2013 Metals in your smartphone have no substitutes
  7. 19 Nov 2013 People who don’t forget can still be tricked with false memories
  8. 14 Nov 2013 Meteorite impacts leave behind time-capsules of ecosystems


Lokmat Times

  1. 07 Mar 2015 Drug resistance risks sending humanity back to the 19th century
  2. 27 Feb 2015 Big Pharma cannot ignore developing world diseases anymore
  3. 20 Feb 2015 Genetic testing is all the rage, but its promise is limited
  4. 12 Feb 2015 India faces the unique challenge of dealing with both obesity and malnutrition
  5. 04 Feb 2015 Asteroids are fascinating—not just because they can destroy humanity
  6. 28 Jan 2015 Wear masks and plant trees—air pollution is killing us
  7. 21 Jan 2015 Science can inform and entertain—with your help


Mashable

  1. 15 Apr 2014 Scientists Identify When Innocent Bacteria Became Flesh-Eating Horror
  2. 17 Apr 2014 Giant Asteroid Set Earth’s Crust in Motion 3 Billion Years Ago
  3. 03 Apr 2014 Cassini Finds Evidence of a Hidden Ocean on Saturn’s Moon


Nature


New Statesman

  1. 11 Apr 2013 How the zebra got its stripes
  2. 19 Nov 2013 People who don’t forget can still be tricked with false memories
  3. 14 Nov 2013 Meteorite impacts leave behind time-capsules of ecosystems


New Zealand Herald

  1. 28 Apr 2014 The big bang that shook the world
  2. 26 Dec 2013 Mystery of moggy’s origins solved


Pando Daily

  1. 17 Feb 2014 Giant leap for nuclear fusion as lasers blast new route to ultimate energy source
  2. 05 Feb 2014 Scientists create bone-like material that is lighter than water but as strong as steel
  3. 23 Jan 2014 Nanoparticles cause cancer cells to die and stop spreading
  4. 02 Jan 2014 Metals in your smartphone have no substitutes


Popular Science

  1. 01 May 2014 We Might Never Find Alien Life With Current Technology
  2. 18 Apr 2014 Events In Your Past Determine Which Microbes Live On You


Quartz

  1. 19 Jun 2015 Scientists want to treat aging like a disease—and they already have drugs for it
  2. 18 Jun 2015 I once tried to cheat sleep, and for a year I succeeded
  3. 17 Jun 2015 In pictures: Official 3D renderings of London Tube stations
  4. 16 Jun 2015 These machines can capture a new source of clean energy—evaporating water
  5. 16 Jun 2015 Scientists helped smokers quit by giving them doses of a drug found in magic mushrooms
  6. 15 Jun 2015 Having trouble falling asleep? You don’t have to depend on drugs
  7. 14 Jun 2015 Philae the comet lander has woken up
  8. 13 Jun 2015 Why Boxed CEO Chieh Huang has offered to pay full college fees for all of his employees’ kids
  9. 13 Jun 2015 Climate change is wreaking havoc in the world’s largest tea-growing area
  10. 12 Jun 2015 You’re probably using your treadmill desk wrong
  11. 12 Jun 2015 The recipient of the world’s first successful penis transplant is going to be a father
  12. 11 Jun 2015 Nuts aren’t just delicious—they help you live longer
  13. 10 Jun 2015 Scientists have found dinosaur blood in a 75 million-year-old fossil
  14. 10 Jun 2015 Nobel laureate says shockingly sexist things about “girl” scientists, kind of apologizes
  15. 09 Jun 2015 A cheap new test can reveal every virus that invaded you—and help stop infections
  16. 08 Jun 2015 World’s first biolimb: Scientists are growing rat arms in Petri dishes
  17. 05 Jun 2015 Read this scientist’s surprise marriage proposal, hidden in a research paper about a new dinosaur
  18. 04 Jun 2015 Schools are being shut down as a MERS outbreak raises an alarm in South Korea
  19. 04 Jun 2015 The simple attitude adjustment that earns you $3,000 more a year
  20. 03 Jun 2015 Treatment for Ebola may have been in pharmacies all along
  21. 02 Jun 2015 Measuring millions of steps could add up to a $3 billion valuation for Fitbit as it readies an IPO
  22. 02 Jun 2015 Fear of a deadly virus has forced a Chinese hospital to assign nurses by lottery
  23. 01 Jun 2015 Chemistry has a PR problem—mainly with chemists
  24. 01 Jun 2015 Here’s what happens to your body in a heat wave
  25. 29 May 2015 Everything about the world’s largest science experiment—as explained by the scientists themselves
  26. 28 May 2015 You can become less sexist and racist while you sleep
  27. 28 May 2015 Research shows how you can tell if someone is lying
  28. 27 May 2015 Family-friendly labor policies are not working. The solution is better paternity leave
  29. 26 May 2015 John Nash: A life of brilliance, madness, and reawakening
  30. 25 May 2015 A canine flu outbreak has hit the US—here’s how to protect your pet
  31. 25 May 2015 The remarkable technology of our human eyes cannot be replicated—at least, not yet
  32. 22 May 2015 Dogs became our best friends thousands of years earlier than we thought
  33. 22 May 2015 India has more illiterates than anywhere in the world—partly because of a preference for sons
  34. 21 May 2015 Wearables are sexy, but the smart money in health startups is elsewhere
  35. 20 May 2015 To fight antibiotic resistance, we may have to pay the hugely profitable pharma industry even more
  36. 16 May 2015 Most children are happy no matter what, but materialism catches up eventually
  37. 15 May 2015 The day when roads will harness solar energy is drawing near
  38. 14 May 2015 This Bollywood star is breaking Hollywood’s stereotype of Indians
  39. 14 May 2015 Your pollen allergy may feel miserable now, but it’s going to get even worse thanks to climate change
  40. 13 May 2015 Men are committing suicide more than women everywhere in the world. Why?
  41. 12 May 2015 More quakes are coming for Nepal, scientists say, they just can’t predict when
  42. 11 May 2015 Facebook’s “proof” that it’s not a political echo chamber should be taken with a pinch of salt
  43. 11 May 2015 It’s becoming increasingly hard for American women to get abortions
  44. 09 May 2015 How Liberia finally got rid of Ebola
  45. 08 May 2015 The US Army is serious about developing invisibility cloaks
  46. 07 May 2015 The sophisticated security system that UK elections rely on: trust
  47. 06 May 2015 Still undecided in the UK election? Some guides to help you choose
  48. 05 May 2015 If you are a mosquito magnet, it’s likely your kids will be too
  49. 05 May 2015 The British seem less likely to get cancer than Americans but are also less likely to survive. Why?
  50. 04 May 2015 Survival rates in the US for some of the most common cancers
  51. 01 May 2015 Astronauts will get dumber on their way to Mars
  52. 01 May 2015 Why women are more at risk than men in earthquake-ravaged Nepal
  53. 30 Apr 2015 How to hack your coffee habit to improve your focus and decrease anxiety
  54. 29 Apr 2015 Was the Nepal earthquake twice as big as we thought?
  55. 29 Apr 2015 Depression kills too many people in India but smartphones can help
  56. 28 Apr 2015 New York is dimming its lights to save migratory birds from crashing into buildings
  57. 28 Apr 2015 This new man-made material could get rid of that horrible airplane noise
  58. 27 Apr 2015 Radioactive seeds and 3D-printed shields are new weapons to fight prostate cancer
  59. 01 May 2014 Here’s why we may never find alien life
  60. 20 Feb 2014 Are WhatsApp’s 55 employees millionaires now? Not so fast
  61. 13 Feb 2014 India has the lowest workforce participation rate of women among the BRICS
  62. 30 Jan 2014 The Sochi Olympics are going to be the costliest ever
  63. 28 Jan 2014 Global unemployment is about to get worse
  64. 26 Feb 2013 One startup has attempted to solve India’s bus problem


SBS (Australia)

  1. 05 Nov 2013 Chinese used ice-path sleds to move Forbidden City’s boulders
  2. 09 Sep 2013 Better fathers have smaller testicles


SciDev.Net

  1. 02 May 2013 Concerns grow over effects of geoengineering
  2. 02 Apr 2013 Developing-world sessions purged from WCSJ2013 programme
  3. 18 Mar 2013 Global team urges cancer R&D collaboration


Scientific American


Scroll

  1. 10 Jul 2014 India’s quest for a particle accelerator seems stalled
  2. 31 May 2014 A new explanation for the mysterious child mortality puzzle among Muslims: open defecation


The Week

  1. 17 Apr 2014 Massive asteroid may have kickstarted the movement of continents
  2. 04 Apr 2014 The intriguingly mysterious ocean on Saturn’s icy moon
  3. 11 Dec 2013 Do media realise how stressful disaster coverage can be?

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