Feedback: Fenestration fun
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 17 hours ago
Defenestrations in history, global flattening squashed, memetic engineering and you, and more (full text available to subscribers)
Flesh-eating bacterium is a child of the 80s
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 17 hours ago
In the early 1980s, a previously innocuous bacterium gained the grim weapons it?needed to cause necrotising fasciitis, reveals a global genetics study
Space shuttle carrier plane heads out on Texas convoy
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 17 hours ago
One of the huge 747s that gave piggyback rides to space shuttles is headed to Houston to star in an 8-storey-tall museum exhibit
The LADEE killers: NASA has crashed probe into moon
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 17 hours ago
The lunar spacecraft has been intentionally smashed into the far side of the moon after months spent measuring dust and testing laser-based broadband
Shakespeare: Did radical astronomy inspire Hamlet?
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 17 hours ago
From a supernova in 1572 to the discovery of Jupiter''s four biggest moons – astronomical discoveries of Shakespeare''s time may pop up in his work (full text available to subscribers)
Red lettuce and dinosaur germs head to space station
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 17 hours ago
SpaceX has launched its third cargo mission to the ISS, carrying gear that includes robot legs, a collapsible garden and a microbes from a dino fossil
Shakespeare: Poet, playwright, scientist?
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, April 17, 2014
Shakespeare is known for being many things - but never a scientist. On the eve of his 450th birthday, we show how his imagination was fired by the natural world
The story of climate change gets star treatment
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, April 17, 2014
To engage the public, Years of Living Dangerously and Sand Wars take different approaches, one is a Hollywood behemoth, the other is shrewd and assailing
Win a VIP trip to the Science Museum in London
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, April 17, 2014
Enter our competition to get a chance to enjoy a private tour of the Unlocking Lovelock exhibition and a stay at a the four-star Hilton London Hyde Park
Zoologger: Gender-bending cave insects found in Brazil
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, April 17, 2014
Newly discovered insects called Neotrogla are anatomically reversed: males have a vagina and the females a penis
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