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New Scientist

People today are still dying early from high 1970s air pollution
Your brain activity for memory tasks changes with the seasons
Sleep deprivation linked to false confession in milestone study
Latest rumour of gravitational waves is probably true this time
125-year mini ice age linked to the plague and fall of empires
3D-printed display lets blind people explore images by touch
Homebrew biology kit brings synthetic biology to the masses
Invasive raccoon dogs harbour parasites that can infect people
Umbilical blood cells kill cancer quicker than adult cells
Pic-scanning AI estimates city air pollution from mass of photos
Google DeepMind AI navigates a Doom-like 3D maze just by looking
Australia's plan to make a digital representation of everything
First flight of hydrogen-powered drone with water vapour exhaust
El Niño seems to have smashed 1997 record in past three months
Virtual city walkthroughs help to find pedestrian death traps
Tiny doses of opioid could be first fast anti-suicide drug
Mystery invaders conquered Europe at the end of last ice age
Nowhere to hide – invisibility cloaks fail near light speed
Robot chameleon changes colour to blend into its surroundings
Zika virus outbreak: What you need to know

Scientific American

Space Junk Litters the Solar System
A Single Concussion May Triple the Long-Term Risk of Suicide
Australia Cuts 110 Climate Scientist Jobs
Surrounded by Diamonds, Villagers Go Hungry in Drought-Hit Zimbabwe
Climate Change Most Affects Nations That Didn't Produce It
Poachers Steal 7 Million South African Abalones a Year
Commitment for Millennials: Is It Okay, Cupid?
GPS and the World's First "Space War"
How to Be an Optimal Human
The Race to Build the Unhackable Network
Why We Shouldn't Quarantine Travelers Because of Zika
Industry in Wartime, 1916
There's a New Crash Dummy in Town
Living in a Quantum World
Super Bowl Sunday's Food Needs Work
Panda Bei Bei Takes His First Stroll
The Comet That Battered Jupiter, and Shook Congress
Book Review: The Last Volcano
New Estimate Boosts the Human Brain's Memory Capacity 10-Fold
Tarantula in Black: Dark, Hairy Spider Named After Johnny Cash
Forests Not Equal When It Comes to Climate
Obama Proposes $10-per-barrel Oil Tax to Fund Green Transit
Comets May Not Explain "Alien Megastructure" Star's Strange Flickering after All
Race Is a Social Construct, Scientists Argue
Scientists Should Talk to the Public, but Also Listen

BBC Science/Nature

Bacteria 'see' like tiny eyeballs
Water rights 'threaten' Spanish wetland
'Wrong type of trees' boost warming
Sixth man on Moon Edgar Mitchell dies
Bears hibernate 'with bacterial help'
Spread of bee disease 'largely manmade'
New tarantula named after Johnny Cash
New rainforests boost carbon capture
Colombia warns on Zika baby risk
Paris deal could 'displace millions'
Mystery of 'sock of the deep' solved
Luxembourg to support space mining
Supersonic car bid delayed until 2017
Black hole's twin jets shine bright
Sea lion found in San Diego restaurant
Brain wrinkles replicated in a jar
MoD to buy high-flying solar planes
Logging 'speeds black rats invasion'
'Early warning sign' for volcanic eruptions
VIDEO: Meet the mysterious deep-sea 'sock'
VIDEO: WHO warns Zika could infect millions
VIDEO: Copying the brain's origami using gel
VIDEO: Bite by bite: Shark eats shark
VIDEO: Chris Packham on polecat comeback
VIDEO: Inside Russia's new space port
VIDEO: Penguin diary: Charting a year in the life
VIDEO: 'Ninja eagle' kicks like a mule
Caves reveal Australia wasteland's secret past
Winning photos from beautiful gardens
Are humans driving evolution in animals?

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