New Scientist

It takes 30 seconds for your fingerprint to grip your smartphone
Meet the team who ‘woke' a man from 15 years in vegetative state
Electric zap ‘wakes' man after 15 years in a vegetative state
What a surprise – the end of the world has been delayed, again
Huge space rocks could have helped start Earth's plate tectonics
Health body warns many UK areas have high Lyme disease risk
The nuclear stalemate is crumbling – what are our options?
Alligators versus sharks: Who wins this ultimate showdown?
AI could put a stop to electricity theft and meter misreadings
This AI reads the news to keep tabs on US police shootings
Two-colour pixels let you draw pair of images in the same space
OSIRIS-REx spacecraft zooms by Earth on its way to an asteroid
Plan to save Great Barrier Reef from encroaching farm pollution
New Zealand's iconic kiwi birds may be losing their sight
Uber loses its licence to operate in London
Walking to work or doing the vacuuming can extend your life
Far-off galaxies are firing rare high-energy cosmic rays at us
There is no way to spot big earthquakes ahead of time
Star nicknamed Kronos after eating its own planetary children
Why court ruling on ending life support is the right decision
Using new study to back high-fat, low-carb diets is flawed logic
Even jellyfish get sluggish if they don't have enough sleep
Gravity may be created by strange flashes in the quantum realm
Lightning storms triggered by exhaust from cargo ships
Dinosaurs that seemed veggie also ate the odd bit of shellfish
Another lost tribe feared massacred – how can we save the rest?
Hurricane Maria confirms dire warnings for 2017 hurricane season
Robots can hitch-hike on sharks thanks to ultrastrong sucker
Handheld scanner divines how nutritious your food really is
Why has a UK team genetically edited human embryos?

Scientific American

Kids Who See Hollywood Gunplay More Likely to Pull the Trigger
Brain Stimulation Partly Awakens Patient after 15 Years in Vegetative State
Predictions for the 2017 Chemistry Nobel Prize
Will North Korea Sell Its Nuclear Technology?
Scientists: Advertise Your Failures!
A New Push for the Male "Pill"
Trump Administration May Soon Ax Obama's Big Climate Rule
Disaster Geology: A Tale of 2 Mexican Earthquakes
There Is No One Way to Live a Good Life
This Frog Can't Hear Its Own Calls
A Little Giant
Chasing the Flame: Does Media Coverage of Wildfires Probe Deeply Enough?
The GLOBE Program: Making the Case for K–12 Citizen Scientists
Moldy Rock Pulled from 2,500 Feet Underground
The Fourth TetZooCon
When Should You Have Your Prostate Checked?
Fossilized Poo Reveals Vegetarian Dinosaurs Had a Taste for Crabs
Building a Better Mirror for Telescopes
High-Energy Cosmic Rays Come from Outside Our Galaxy
Cities and States Are Picking Up Trump's Slack on Climate
Arecibo Observatory Closed by Hurricane Maria
To Advance Medicine's Future, NIH Tries to Win the Trust of Mistreated Communities
Jellyfish Caught Snoozing Give Clues to Origin of Sleep
Scientists Closing in on the Dawn of Plate Tectonics
Didn't Scientists Already Know Where Cosmic Rays Come from?

BBC Science/Nature

Botanic gardens 'best hope' for saving endangered plants
Australia joins UK space radar mission
Panda's habitat 'shrinking and becoming more fragmented'
Big Antarctic iceberg edges out to sea
Australia to create national space agency
Scottish Power says UK will need to boost capacity
Neanderthal brains 'grew more slowly'
Plant-eating dinosaurs 'strayed from veggie diet'
Birds 'churring' is a sign isles' shipwreck rats dying out
New antibody attacks 99% of HIV strains
Ancient DNA sheds light on African history
UK strikes research deal with US in run-up to Brexit
Owls hold secret to ageless ears
UK scientists edit DNA of human embryos
Neolithic Orkney rivalries detailed in new study
Paris climate aim 'still achievable'
Size matters when it comes to extinction risk
Rhino horn smuggled as jewellery
Snow leopard no longer 'endangered'
Paris climate deal: US denies it will stay in accord
Cassini: Probe incinerates on entry to Saturn
Why are there so many berries this year?
Belfast scientists design flexible organic battery
Badger culling gets go-ahead in 11 new areas of England
Man-of-war spotted along coast in Cornwall and Wales
Row over AI that 'identifies gay faces'
Satellites the size of a shoebox
Is Bali volcano about to erupt?
The winners of 2017's Insight Astronomy Photographer award
'I fell from the top of the jungle to save an eagle'

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