Portraits of the adorable creatures of the night
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 14 hours ago
My, what big eyes you have! These photographs of nocturnal animals reveal the faces we rarely get to see
Failing students saved by stress-detecting app
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Smartphone sensors can record students'' stress, depression and loneliness, and compare them to academic performance
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All the latest on newscientist.com: Socrates among the psychopaths, putting a "language gene" into mice, students saved by stress-detecting app and more
The war for our attention in a land of infinite choice
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With more content than ever before, its hard to extract what''s preferred from what''s promoted. Two books explore the effect digital media has on us
Simple urine test detects cervical cancer virus
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 14 hours ago
It is not as accurate as sampling HPV DNA from the cervix itself, but the test might benefit women who are too scared to have a conventional smear test
Two views of the future of science in Scotland
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, September 15, 2014
Would Scottish science benefit if the country became independent of the UK? Not a doubt, says Stephen J. Watson. Not a chance, argues Andrew Miller
It''s time to criminalise serious scientific misconduct
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, September 15, 2014
Research misconduct degrades trust in science and causes real-world harm. As such, it should be a crime akin to fraud, argues Richard Smith
Curtain closing on Higgs boson photon soap opera
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, September 15, 2014
The Higgs boson''s unusual decay into photons sparked dramatic speculation about multiple Higgses and exotic particles – but the final word may now be out
Rosetta: landing site chosen for first comet mission
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, September 15, 2014
J marks the spot. The European Space Agency''s Rosetta mission will touch down on the flattest part of the comet
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All the latest on newscientist.com: just obeying orders, ethical robots, curtain falls on Higgs photon soap opera, cannabis and suicide, and more
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