How Shakespeare''s intensity may help people with autism
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 6 hours ago
A special retelling of The Tempest shows how people with autism may be able to tap into the rhythmic heart of Shakespeare''s plays
Psychedelic cells are fruit of Alan Turing''s equations
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 6 hours ago
It looks like living cells - but this image evolved in a computer following an algorithm based on Alan Turing''s ideas about the patterns on animals'' bodies
Ebola outbreak: What you need to know about its spread
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 6 hours ago
The disease has now reached Nigeria''s largest city, Lagos, after a passenger boarded a flight from Liberia. But how far can it spread?
Europe makes final delivery run to space station
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, 6 hours ago
Delivering fuel, food and a game of Pong for astronauts on the ISS, the final launch of the ATV prepares the European Space Agency for crewed moon missions
Art in science: Watermarks, whirls and spherulites
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Is there an art to science? Images submitted to a Princeton University competition reveal the beauty underlying some current student research
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UK''s national parks may not be safe from fracking
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The UK government has almost ruled out fracking in beauty spots, many of which conceal shale oil and gas reserves, but it has left the door ajar
Genetic superheroes wanted to fight childhood diseases
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Biologist Stephen Friend is searching for exceptional people who carry genes for serious childhood disease but have never got sick - are you one of them? (full text available to subscribers)
7 rogue wave disasters, from Columbus to cruise ships
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Huge waves out of nowhere were dismissed as legends of the deep, but they may have caused many grisly shipwrecks from seafaring history
Decisions ripple through flocks of birds like a wave
New Scientist - Latest Headlines, July 28, 2014
3D videos of starlings show that cues to turn flow through the flock like ripples on a pond, rather than spreading evenly like a diffusing gas
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