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Nasa Kepler telescope discovers planet believed to be most Earth-like yet found

Kepler-186f is 10% bigger and occupies its star's 'habitable zone' where temperatures would allow liquid surface water Continue reading...

The telescope big enough to spot signs of alien life on other planets

Engineers are about to blast away the top of a Chilean mountain to create a site for the European Extremely Large Telescope. It will allow us, for the first time, to directly observe planets outside the solar system Continue reading...

Nasa's space station robot to get gangly legs for Easter

New pair of legs means the experimental Robonaut, now stuck on a pedestal, will be able to perform chores for the human crew Continue reading...

Eggcellent science - video

Today's caturday video features ten crazy eggperiments you can use to impress your friends and relatives -- and it poses a question that you can answer scientifically! Continue reading...

SpaceX launches Nasa cargo bound for International Space Station

Private spaceflight company tests new rocket technology and launches supplies from Cape Canaveral in Florida Continue reading...

Nasa's moon explorer Ladee crashes on far side of the moon

After unexpectedly surviving a full lunar eclipse, the lunar probe smashed onto surface and ended 100-day mission as planned Continue reading...

New Books Party: books received this week

A veritable smörgåsbord of brilliant science, nature and history writing awaits you! (Well, in this case, a very small smörgåsbord.) Continue reading...

Pterosaurs cast a giant shadow over today's biggest winged creatures

The largest specimen among Earth's first flying vertebrates boasted a 10-metre wingspan, dwarfing modern-day giants Continue reading...

How to create a successful science blog

Setting up your own science blog is a great way to publicise a field that is close to your heart, hone your writing skills and make a name for yourself_The Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize, in association with the Guardian and the Observer, is open for entries. The closing date for entries is 11 May 2014___ Continue reading...

Multiple sclerosis and 'miracle cures': sometimes it's the hope that'll kill you

Multiple Sclerosis is an unpredictable and often devastating illness, so it's hardly surprising if sufferers will jump at the chance of a possible but untested cure. But such optimism can sometimes do even more damage Continue reading...

Tobacco industry-funded research, peer review, and nannying

Another journal bans research funded by the tobacco industry. It's time to stop treating us like children Continue reading...

Dispelling the nightmares of post-traumatic stress disorder

Treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder can take months, but an intense course may relieve symptoms in just a week Continue reading...

Trial to see how personalised treatment can fight cancer set to begin this year

Cancer Research UK, AstraZeneca and Pfizer to create a pioneering clinical trial for patients with advanced lung cancer Continue reading...

Fertility mystery solved: protein discovered that joins sperm with eggs

British scientists' identification of Juno molecule opens door to new developments in fertility treatment and contraception Continue reading...

'Blood moon': your images of the total lunar eclipse

The 'Blood moon' may not - yet - have heralded the end of the world, but it did make for some excellent photographs for our skywatching readers Continue reading...

Nick and Tesla's Secret Agent Gadget Battle - Review

The third installment in a children's book series that follows the adventures of twin amateur sleuths who build several science-y spy gadgets to aid them in their quest to solve a mystery. Continue reading...

Mysterious mermaid stripped naked

Paolo Viscardi reveals what it takes to make a convincing, fake mermaid Continue reading...

Rare T rex bones arrive at Smithsonian Museum after cross-country journey

The T rex was discovered in 1988 on federal land in Montana and is about 80-85% complete. Continue reading...

Nasa asks members of public to select spacesuit of the future

Space agency asked voters to pick newest iteration of spacesuit with the winning design expected to be built by November Continue reading...

Five wonder materials that could change the world

Materials such as graphene and shrilk are so new that the scientists who discovered them hardly know what to do with them they only know they might yet transform our lives Continue reading...

Manslaughter conviction for 'negligent breastfeeding' puts other mums at risk

A genetic defect may be the real culprit in the case of a woman taking painkillers whose baby died of a morphine overdose Continue reading...

We aim to put research evidence on tap for UK politicians

The Evidence Information Service will make it easier for politicians and civil servants to access research results but we need your help to make it happen_The Evidence Information Service Q&A_ Continue reading...

Bicep2 will allow us to work out how hot the big bang was

The latest big thing in science will also permit analysis of how much dark energy drove the inflation of the universe Continue reading...

How to win wars by influencing people's behaviour

When terrorism is staged for YouTube and all sides are media-savvy, the military is turning to the behavioural sciences for help Continue reading...

Figures for UK deaths from legal highs cannot to be trusted

Is the poor quality of data on deaths from legal highs the result of sloppy science or an attempt to massage the figures? Continue reading...

The science and magic of pastry

Varying amounts of fat, flour and water in the recipe give the full spectrum of pastry, from delicate tenderness to brittle flakiness Continue reading...

Gay prejudice? It's not easy admitting you're a scientist

Gay scientists are almost completely invisible, and part of the blame for this lies with the LGBT community itself Continue reading...

Denying climate change isn't scepticism it's 'motivated reasoning'

True sceptics test a hypothesis against the evidence, but climate sceptics refuse to accept anything that contradicts their beliefs Continue reading...

Sharing NHS medical records will be vital for improving healthcare

Research using anonymised medical records will help ensure the safety and efficacy of drugs, vaccines and medical devices Continue reading...

Mars One has ethical questions to answer about one-way trip to red planet

Company has so far failed to address concerns about wellbeing of Mars astronauts and how it will meet basic ethical standards Continue reading...


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