13 November 2019

The Middle Ages’ Ultimate Sign of Loyalty

Ghosts of War in a Wisconsin Forest

Two reported dead as Venice flooded by highest tide in 50 years

With Mars methane mystery unsolved, Curiosity serves scientists a new one: Oxygen

12 November 2019

If I Touched the Moon, What Would It Feel Like?

NASA’s Mars 2020 Will Hunt for Microscopic Fossils

Plane stowaway: Who was Kenyan man who fell into London garden?

Sea silk: the world’s most exclusive textile is being auctioned this week

The Accidental Invention of Play-Doh

The new dot com bubble is here: it’s called online advertising

How the Nile River Has Stayed In One Place for 30 Million Years

The Woman Who Can Smell Parkinson’s

Fifty years ago, a passionate scientist’s keen eye led to the first pinpoint landing on the Moon

Into the abyss: The story of the MV Lyubov Orlova

Eventually, Everyone Needs to Urinate

The Last Victim of Smallpox

Spanking, Signing, Reading: On the Medieval Use of Hands

Google reportedly collects health data on millions of Americans without informing patients

Video: This 1967 educational film predicts the technology we’d be using in the future [1:09]

DNA Just One of More Than 1 Million Possible ‘Genetic Molecules,’ Scientists Find

History as a giant data set: how analysing the past could help save the future

This 7,000-year-old woman was among Sweden’s last hunter-gatherers

11 November 2019

Living tree bridges in India stand strong for hundreds of years

What It’s Really Like to Fight a War

Why Are People Left- (or Right-) Handed?

A Nile Journey Into the Past

The Adventures of Eugene Bullard: History’s First African-American Fighter Pilot

Researchers use CRISPR to eliminate HIV in mice, DNA and all

Why explosives detectors still can’t beat a dog’s nose

How the U.S. betrayed the Marshall Islands, kindling the next nuclear disaster

Clean energy technologies threaten to overwhelm the grid. Here’s how it can adapt.

The Case Against Boeing

9 Ingenious Smuggling Machines That Beat the Berlin Wall

The Origins of the Police

Sesame Street turns 50 and celebrates children’s right to make mistakes

Rabbit-sized deer relative, lost to science, found alive in Vietnam

A will to survive might take AI to the next level

Video: ‘I modified my microscope to be able to use polarized light to illuminate my samples’ [5:52]

Ebola vaccine approved in Europe in landmark moment in fight against a deadly disease

NASA Scientists Detect Huge Thermonuclear Blast Deep in Space

In this age of never-ending technology upgrades and improvements, the “Original Swiss Army knife” is still a best-seller

Bleach Death of Restaurant Manager Can Be Explained By The Simplest Chemical Reaction

The switch that saved a Moon mission from disaster

The Curious Flesh Eating Enzymes in Pineapple and Papaya

There’s No Such Thing as Millennials or Boomers