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Thursday, July 10, 2014 2:30pmNew study about dust formed during the explosion of a star may give insights into the formation of planets; Senior neuroscientists sign an open letter against the Human Brain Project; Sociable birds build and share big thatches of nests, up to several metres in length and over a tonne in weight; Virtual Water is used to track the movement of water with many parts of the world becoming water-scarce
Thursday, July 3, 2014 2:30pmSciA: 03 Jul 14: Oklahoma Quakes; Stem Cell Retraction; Orbiting Carbon Observatory; African Manuscripts; Discovering New SpeciesIncrease in earthquakes due to waste water from oil extraction pumped back into the ground; Retraction of paper claiming stem cells can be made by adding acid to adult cells; NASA's new carbon dioxide seeking satellite makes it off the launch pad; The race to save thousands of ancient manuscripts rescued from Timbuktu; Is it really big news to discover a new species, Dr Tim Cockerill finds out
Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:32pmThe discovery of an ancient Namibian reef suggests animals evolved sooner than thought; The secrets of one of Saturn's moon are being revealed; Wild poliovirus has been found in Brazil – the first time in more than 20 years; Taking photos of snow leopards in Kazakhstan to help protect them in the future
Thursday, June 19, 2014 2:30pmUsing methane models to detect life on other planets. Also the Gaia telescope, quantum tunnelling, water in the Iraq conflict and disease resistant cassava.