Brain ‘pacemaker’ could aid memory

Cutting edge

Nutrient-poor farms get a vitamin boost

Study links diet soda to higher risk of stroke, dementia

Turning negative thinkers into positive ones

Shells too beautiful for their own good?

Space

Hubble’s latest close-up of Jupiter

In the workplace

Generation text: ‘I’m not texting. I’m taking notes.’

Computer science

Learning to think like a computer

Leakers reveal Windows bugs

A court for young adults calls on the brain

Some robots learn to deliver pizza; these are saving lives

What wine did Jesus drink at the Last Supper?

Conditions for life detected in plumes on Saturn moon Enceladus

How Uber pulls its drivers’ psychological levers

Inside

Do seas make us sick?

Astronomy

Astronomers trying to take first picture of a black hole

Technology

Cyborgs at work: Why are employees getting implanted with microchips?

App reviews: Bear and Egg Inc.

Syria, North Korea point to need for a new nerve gas antidote

Sorry, phone-talkers: ‘Airplane mode’ is here to stay — for your entire flight

Seeing science: sign language ‘rhymes’

Fasten your seat belts: Climate change could add to turbulence during air travel

Ancient cannibals weren’t just hungry, calorie counts suggest

The unexpected ways our lives could change when cars drive themselves

Why do humans hunt big game like Cecil the lion?

Water in California

Cold comfort in an arid state: California’s water woes are waning

drug research

‘Human-on-a-chip’ could end animal testing

Using technology to outsource pet care

War and history

Ruins are being destroyed in Syria

App reviews: Chordana Play, Dots and Co.

Mystery in a Polish forest

Study: Device improves brain cancer survival

Study: Nose shape related to ancestral climate

Science

The magic and mystery of mushrooms

How warm and wet Mars lost its atmosphere, and why Earth didn’t

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