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New Scientist

The best and worst countries in the world to be old in
Zoologger: Fickle female guppies fancy fresh faces
Beat temptation with the marshmallow psychologist
How air conditioning overwhelmed its hothead haters
Chimp social network shows how new ideas catch on
Earth gets a new companion for trip around sun
World's wildlife population halved in just 40 years
Blame climate change for heatwaves that struck in 2013
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Hong Kong protesters use a mesh network to organise
Rogue winds swept humans to last uninhabited islands
Earth's navel: Stare into an eye-wateringly big hole
Sunflower solar harvester provides power and water
Strange rock formation was "fracked" by ancient quake
Behind the smile: What dolphins really think
How to be genuinely yourself when always online
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Japan eruption practically undetectable in advance
Chagos marine reserve polluted by politics
Why we weren't ready for Ebola
Cosmic ray blitz: Space invaders that fry electronics
Crazy weather traced to Arctic's impact on jet stream
Oh give me a rainbow home where the buffalo roam
India's Mars triumph signals a rising space power
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Scientific American

How to Solve the Famous Birthday Problem
Can Science Avert a Coffee Crisis?
Smart Park Benches Weigh Sitters
First Ebola Case Diagnosed in the U.S.
Sea Garbage Shows Ocean Boundaries
Dolphins May Use Magnetic Sense as GPS
How Much Are Drug Companies Paying Your Doctor?
Blind Cavefish Stops Its Internal Clock
Alaska Highway Getting More Bumps in the Road
CERN at 60: The Biggest Moments at the Famous Particle Physics Lab
Astronauts May Moonwalk Faster than Expected
The Seabird Ecological Assessment Network (SEANET)
Lower IQ in Children Linked to Chemical in Water
MacArthur "Genius" Winner: Math Might Help Crack Mysteries of Schizophrenia
Global Warming Fired Up Heat Waves in 2013
How a Deadly Volcano Erupted in Japan without Warning
"Blackwater" Diving Produces Amazing Photos of Rare Marine Life
Honey Makes Up Nearly 20 Percent of Diet in Tanzanian Group
Point of View Affects How Science Is Done
China Launches Media Campaign to Back Genetically Modified Crops
Steven Pinker's Sense of Style
3 Rules for Absurd Internet Stunts
Do Dogs Respond to Videotaped Commands?
Recovery of Volcano Victims Suspended amid Signs of Rising Activity
Yeast Coaxed to Make Morphine

BBC Science/Nature

Chimp culture captured on camera
US and India sign space agreement
Protest halts Nasa spaceflight plans
Panama opens biodiversity museum
New images from Flight MH370 hunt
World wildlife populations 'plummet'
Complex molecule discovered in space
Date fixed for comet landing attempt
Mars rover bites mountain's base
Obama expands Pacific marine reserve
African fish nourish Amazon
'Turtle smuggling' Canadian arrested
Indian Mars probe sends first images
Threatened birds of prey 'vanish'
Brazil releases 'good' mosquitoes
First Russian woman in ISS mission
Water seen on Neptune-sized planet
Novel antibiotic class created
Cosmic study 'underestimated' dust
Molten metal batteries for the grid
'Artificial eye' to detect particles
Slippery banana study wins Ig Nobel
Melt ponds forecast ice retreat
Liberia in 'trees for cash' deal
Hyenas feast at vulture restaurants
Farming 'vital for global growth'
Global protests over climate change
Rockefellers to divest fossil fuels
Murder 'comes naturally' to chimps
Inky prints show state of hedgehogs

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