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One of 'England's oldest stone churches' is being unearthed by a team of archaeologists

19/08/2019 • 09:09 Science Daily Mail  

A dig in Lyminge, near Folkestone, has unearthed a stone church built from stone around 633AD by the Christian pioneer Ethelburga of Kent, the second …

Insomniacs are at greater risk of heart failure, study finds

19/08/2019 • 09:00 Science The Guardian  

People genetically predisposed to sleep problems have greater risk of stroke and coronary artery disease People who struggle with sleep might be at …

Starwatch: the moon puts on a show in the hours before dawn

19/08/2019 • 08:24 Science The Guardian  

This week, our natural satellite cuts a swath through the body of Taurus, the bull This week, the waning moon cuts a swath through the body of Taurus …

The Guardian view on ethics for mathematicians: an essential addition

18/08/2019 • 17:25 Science The Guardian  

Science may be morally neutral but scientists can’t be. They need to take seriously the ethical consequences of their work “‘Once the rockets ​are up, …

NHS says sepsis monitoring system has saved hundreds of lives

18/08/2019 • 13:01 Science The Guardian  

Trials of digital alert technology had ‘major impact’ on deadly form of blood poisoning Trials of new digital alert technology to monitor hospital …

Martin Rees: ‘Climate change is a doddle compared with terraforming Mars’

18/08/2019 • 08:00 Science The Guardian  

The astronomer royal and risk specialist on cyber-attacks, pandemics, Brexit and life on Mars Martin Rees is a cosmologist and astrophysicist who has …

Scientists warn too much of 'superfood' porridge topping flaxseed 'could cause cyanide poisoning' 

17/08/2019 • 23:56 Science Daily Mail  

Flaxseed contains a naturally occurring compound that can produce cyanide gas as it degrades. Adults could end up ill if they consume just three …

Epstein's lawyers 'not satisfied' with autopsy conclusion and vow to carry out independent investigation

17/08/2019 • 16:34 Science The Telegraph  

AI can read your emotions. Should it?

17/08/2019 • 15:00 Science The Guardian  

Advertisers, tech giants and border forces are using face tracking software to monitor our moods – whether we like it or not It is early July, almost …

Possessed by Bruce Hood review – why we want more than we need

17/08/2019 • 08:30 Science The Guardian  

The human species is shaped and controlled by our desire to own things, this colourful study argues There is no shortage of analysis and critique of …

Twitter adding filter to its DMs that the it hopes will help block abusive and unwanted messages

16/08/2019 • 22:30 Science Daily Mail  

The new filter will sort messages that 'may contain offensive content' into a separate inbox called 'additional messages' that users will have to …

YouTube says new policy could result in more blocked content'for videos containing copyrighted music

16/08/2019 • 21:50 Science Daily Mail  

The company will discontinue its policy of allowing copyright owners to share in the ad revenue of creators video clips that contain unintentional and …

Spicy Korean dish kimchi 'could be cure for baldness' after scientists say it may reverse hair loss

16/08/2019 • 21:12 Science Daily Mail  

Research shows a kimchi drink sold in South Korea helps thicken existing hairs and in some cases new hairs grew within weeks. The dish consists of …

John Humphrys: I was foolish to chase off intruder with pair of garden secateurs

16/08/2019 • 20:01 Science The Telegraph  

Elon Musk still wants to 'NUKE Mars': CEO revives radical idea to make the red planet habitable

16/08/2019 • 18:30 Science Daily Mail  

Jarring though the idea may be, the tweet is a re-hash of an idea championed by Musk in the past that proposes using a nuclear weapon to terraform the …

Dating sim meets survival horror: the game that exposes pick-up artists

16/08/2019 • 17:00 Science The Guardian  

A dating sim with a difference, artist Angela Washko’s The Game: The Game exposes the manipulative horror of extreme seduction by getting the player …

Prehistoric humans drove cave bears to extinction, DNA study suggests

16/08/2019 • 16:58 Science The Independent  

Europe's cave bear populations remained stable until 40,000 years ago when humans …

Siri and Alexa are NOT making adults ruder because we don't need to say please or thank you to them

16/08/2019 • 16:43 Science Daily Mail  

Information systems researchers from the Brigham Young University in Utah surveyed 274 people and observed them interacting with both other people and …

Takis: his eye-popping and eerily beautiful magnetic marvels defined an era

16/08/2019 • 16:14 Science The Guardian  

Effortlessly bridging the gap between the two cultures, the Greek sculptor – who has died aged 93 – played with invisible forces and put the truths …

Bluetooth flaw that lets hackers intercept data between devices affects iPhoneX, Pixel 2, and more

16/08/2019 • 16:10 Science Daily Mail  

Researchers say the vulnerability allows hackers to shorten an encryption key between two Bluetooth devices. From there, hackers can easily …