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A week in science – 25 April 2014

Monday, 28 April 2014

When it comes to vaccinations, misinformation can kill. Find out the truth as we look at vaccination myths, including the mercury fear and autism claims.

This week in science – 31 January 2014

Thursday, 6 February 2014

The next advancement from 3D Printing – we explore self-folding 4D Printing

This week in science – 6 December 2013

Friday, 6 December 2013

Men’s and women’s brains wired differently; Analysis of fossilised human ancestor DNA reveals an unexpected result; Stomach nerves have their own body clock; Cockroaches dined on dinosaur poo; Male contraceptive targets identified; How the koala produces its deep growl

This week in science – 15 November 2013

Friday, 15 November 2013

This week: The weird love life of sea slugs; Closing the Ozone Layer hole may pause global warming; Depression may accelerate ageing; Battling superbugs; Olympic Torch hits new heights; Making sense of a Hyena’s scent

This week in science – 8 November 2013

Friday, 8 November 2013

Politics affects the ability to do maths; Analysis reveals the power of the February 2013 Chelyabinsk asteroid; Autistic brains are hyper connected; Tasty low-fat mince developed; Earth-like planets may be more common than thought; Giant carnivorous Platypus

This week in science – 25 October 2013

Monday, 28 October 2013

Ancient skulls suggest early humans were the same species; Boosting the flu vaccine by suppressing the immune system; Light-activated implants for diabetes; Kids maths skills measurable at 6 months old; New treatment for baldness, just don’t ask where it came from; Exercise increases teen’s exam performance

This week in science – 11 October 2013

Friday, 11 October 2013

Self-assembling robotic cubes; Nobel Prizes announced; Airports are linked with Heart Disease; Exercise is good for the brain; Making the wheelie bin safer; Elephants understand pointing

This week in science – 27 September

Friday, 27 September 2013

Loss of digging mammals linked to ecosystem decline; Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions Could Prevent Premature Deaths; Early Earth was a hot young smoke, just like Io; Jaw-dropping discovery of 419-million-year-old fossil; 3D rat hearts and Sleep used to quell fearful memories

This week in science – 20 September 2013

Monday, 23 September 2013

Comet collisions increase chance of life across solar system; Slow-motion world for small animals; Ear wax from whales reveals record of ocean pollution; Healthy lifestyle ‘slows cellular ageing’; Terminator Self-healing plastic developed; Humans have 10 smells, and one is popcorn

The week in science – 13 September

Friday, 13 September 2013

Growling tiger, fleeing elephant; LADEE launches to study moon dust; E-cigarettes help reduce smoking; Study links testicle size to how men raise children; Tarantula Venom may be a useful pesticide; Szechuan pepper taps at nerve fibres

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