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Astronauts could use their blood and urine to make Martian concrete (newscientist.com)
6 points by Anon84 4 days ago | past | 5 comments
Almost no one encrypts their emails because it is too much of a hassle (newscientist.com)
3 points by sizzle 6 days ago | past | 2 comments
The hard problem of consciousness is already beginning to dissolve (newscientist.com)
7 points by ColinWright 7 days ago | past | 3 comments
Almost no one encrypts their emails because it is too much of a hassle (newscientist.com)
1 point by dane-pgp 7 days ago | past | 6 comments
mRNA cancer therapy now in human trials after shrinking mouse tumours (newscientist.com)
382 points by signa11 10 days ago | past | 105 comments
Digital archives meant to be permanent seem to be lost on the web (newscientist.com)
3 points by ftsq 10 days ago | past | discuss
Tiny human brain grown in lab has eye-like structures that 'see' light (newscientist.com)
2 points by nithinj 12 days ago | past | discuss
Listen to an Australian duck say ‘you bloody fool’ like a human (newscientist.com)
4 points by vijayr02 13 days ago | past | 1 comment
The surprising upsides of spite and how to harness them (newscientist.com)
3 points by hiddencache 15 days ago | past
Google is shutting down controversial data-sharing project with NHS (newscientist.com)
1 point by webmaven 17 days ago | past
Wooden floors laced with silicon generate electricity from footsteps (newscientist.com)
1 point by hassanahmad 18 days ago | past | 1 comment
Climate change linked to risk of viruses jumping species in the Arctic (newscientist.com)
2 points by hiddencache 20 days ago | past
Female octopuses throw things at males that are harassing them (newscientist.com)
6 points by hiddencache 20 days ago | past | 1 comment
Robotic bee could help pollinate crops as real bees decline (newscientist.com)
2 points by hiddencache 20 days ago | past | 1 comment
Why it might be impossible to build a practical quantum computer (newscientist.com)
1 point by laurex 21 days ago | past
Female octopuses throw things at males that are harassing them (newscientist.com)
3 points by starkd 23 days ago | past | 1 comment
Ants use soil physics to excavate metre-long tunnels that last decades (newscientist.com)
4 points by thedday 24 days ago | past
Ants use soil physics to excavate metre-long tunnels that last decades (newscientist.com)
5 points by hhs 26 days ago | past
Ants use soil physics to excavate meter-long tunnels that last decades (newscientist.com)
3 points by geox 27 days ago | past
Diabetes implant is restocked by swallowing magnetic insulin capsules (newscientist.com)
3 points by afrcnc 27 days ago | past
Monkeys' cosy alliance with wolves looks like domestication (2015) (newscientist.com)
82 points by CryptoPunk 27 days ago | past | 20 comments
Astronomers have just found more than half a million new asteroids (newscientist.com)
61 points by hiddencache 28 days ago | past | 9 comments
Why it is so important to protect access to the dark night sky (newscientist.com)
4 points by hiddencache 28 days ago | past
Is the sky clearer early in the morning? (newscientist.com)
2 points by hiddencache 28 days ago | past | 1 comment
The surprising ways the place where you work affects your performance (newscientist.com)
4 points by Pikkie 29 days ago | past
The lost fossil meteorites carrying the secrets of Earth’s past (newscientist.com)
3 points by hiddencache 30 days ago | past
Giant coral is the widest ever found in the Great Barrier Reef (newscientist.com)
3 points by midnightcity 30 days ago | past
3D images show the coronavirus infecting human airway cells (newscientist.com)
4 points by midnightcity 30 days ago | past
Delivering mRNA inside a human protein could help treat many diseases (newscientist.com)
3 points by midnightcity 30 days ago | past
Modern humans evolved not to swing our hips as much as chimpanzees (newscientist.com)
6 points by midnightcity 30 days ago | past

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