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A weekly magazine that covers news, features, reviews and commentary on science, technology and their implications. New Scientist also publishes speculative articles, ranging from the technical to the philosophical. Available in print and online.
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Chris Baraniuk

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Zero-gravity robot cleaner could automatically sterilise the ISS

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – Cleaning the International Space Station is laborious work, so hygiene firm GermFalcon has made a drone that works in zero-gravity to do the...

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LIGO has spotted another gravitational wave just after turning back on

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – One week after LIGO switched back on, it has already detected the gravitational waves from another pair of merging black holes, marking the...

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Gun that launches cord to wrap around assailant used for first time

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – US police have used a gun that fires a cord around a suspect, binding their limbs and preventing them from moving, for the...

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The mighty T. rex comes to terrifying life, complete with feathers

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – Life-sized models and scary VR at the American Museum of Natural History breathe life into fearsome predator, Tyrannosaurus rex, in an anniversary show...

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There is water just under the surface of the moon that we could use

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – When theres a meteor shower on the moon, the impacts cause puffs of water, which means that itll be simple for us to...

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Don’t miss: Visualising inequality, space comms and a rare pregnancy

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – See society through virtual lenses, explore how space links thawed the cold war, hear why a man became pregnant, plus other vital dates...

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Your 5G guide: Will we all benefit from super-quick mobile internet?

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – We’re told that switching phone networks to the fifth-generation of wireless tech will give us blistering speeds, but it’s not clear anyone actually...

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Our nearest neighbour Proxima Centauri may host a second exoplanet

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – Proxima Centauri is the closest star to the solar system, and it may be home to a frigid planet six times the size...

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Saturns moon Titan has an alien lake district that looks like Earth

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – NASA’s Cassini spacecraft used radar data to scan the surface of Saturn’s moon Titan, helping us learn about its lakes of methane

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Audi, Volvo and Aston Martin are all expected to reveal electric cars

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – Over half a million people will descend on the Geneva Motor Show this week to glimpse their future car, which increasingly looks likely...

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Notre Dames stonework isnt flammable but may be structurally damaged

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – The stone vault in the roof of Notre Dame means it was more resilient to fire than many other cathedrals but heat may...

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Pig brains have been partly revived after death – what does this mean?

NEWSCIENTIST.COM – Pig brains have been partly revived after their bodies were killed. But what does this mean and how could it be used to...

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