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23 Nov
Without the Pauli exclusion principle, matter as we know it would not exist. But at low, low temperatures, even this quantum law gives way (full text available to subscribers)






22 Nov
In the hunt for gravitational waves, tiny tremors set a limit on how sensitive any ground-based detector can be – so we've just got to go off-world (full text available to subscribers)






22 Nov
The males of this spider species evolved a trick to make females more likely to let them father their offspring – tickling them with hairy mouthparts






22 Nov
All the latest on newscientist.com: how to hear yourself happy, tapeworm in the brain, crowdfunded charity, smartwatch predicts seizures and more






22 Nov
A kink in the jet stream caused by a recent super typhoon over the Pacific is driving freezing temperatures and early snowfall in the US






22 Nov
Even slight tweaks to Saturn's orbital plane and distance could have put Earth on a comet-like path around the sun – and ejected Mars from the solar system






22 Nov
Embrace measures the skin's electrical activity to detect changes that foreshadow an epileptic seizure – and sends out a distress call






22 Nov
That pretty twinkling is a blurry plague for astronomers – but we can cancel it out with artificial stars and shape-shifting mirrors (full text available to subscribers)






21 Nov
We may think the machine stops, a world palace of knowledge, web arrives with woo-woo prose and more (full text available to subscribers)






21 Nov
What began as a project looking at the statistics of galaxy distributions found an underlying pattern that could help astronomers learn how the universe evolved






21 Nov
A tapeworm that usually lives in frogs and dogs has been found crawling across a man's brain, most likely tucking into fatty acids from the cerebral tissue






21 Nov
Perception-skewing shoes can make you feel slimmer, happier and full of energy by retuning your body's soundtrack






21 Nov
A growing number of non-profits are modelling themselves on technology start-ups rather than traditional charities, allowing donors to give direct to a cause






21 Nov
Swapping millet for hardier crops from the west enabled permanent settlements to move up to the heady heights of Tibet 3600 years ago






21 Nov
There is a loophole in Heisenberg's quantum uncertainty principle – and we're squeezing light through it to detect gravitational waves (full text available to subscribers)






21 Nov
Wireless network of radars spots poachers who enter a reserve, or tigers leaving in search of cattle and alerts the wardens






20 Nov
The sound the Philae probe made as it first made contact with comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko last week has been released by the European Space Agency






20 Nov
Whether it's squeezing the uncertainty out of Heisenberg or busting the cosmic speed limit, we're outsmarting the universe to learn its secrets






20 Nov
The Gowanus canal is one of the most polluted waterways in the US, but new species of microbe have evolved in these toxic but strangely beautiful waters






20 Nov
An interim deal freezing Iran's nuclear enrichment programme expires on 24 November – the race is on to agree a new deal






20 Nov
The finding that male homosexuality has a strong genetic component should be a boon for gay rights – but it could backfire






20 Nov
A theatre company in London is using simple technology to build a first-hand experience of disabling conditions like Parkinson's






20 Nov
Innovations such as pulse readings by webcam and triage by SMS are just some of the ideas coders are pursuing to help rein in Ebola






20 Nov
A new technique for 3D-printing nanoscale LEDs into contact lenses could one day turn them into heads-up video display – or tools to spot pilot fatigue






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