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Science & Technology - Newsletters

2019
August 2019 - No.44 - Future Talks
July 2019 - No.43 - The TV Licences
June 2019 - No.42 - Future Talks
May 2019 - No.41 - The compostable bag made from corn starch
April 2019 - No.40 - Why we sequenced genome of the sleeping sickness-spreading tsetse fly
March 2019 - No.39 - Best image yet of 'space snowman' Ultima Thule
February 2019 - No.38 - Voyager II, The New Hadron Collider & more
January 2019 - No.37 - The women who were written out of science history
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2018
December 2018 - No.36 - Kilogram gets a new definition
November 2018 - No.35 - Rain falls from Saturn's ringsā€”and a dying spacecraft tasted it
October 2018 - No.34 - Could Nasa's James Webb Space Telescope detect alien life?
September 2018 - No.33 - Cave girl was half Neanderthal, half Denisovan
August 2018 - No.32 - House plant yields anticancer drug
July 2018 - No.31 - Carbon as a Magnet? & MRI Scanner Noise
June 2018 - No.30 - Malaria genetics: study shows how disease became deadly
May 2018 - No.29 - Health warnings after toxic caterpillar outbreak in London
April 2018 - No.28 - Alzheimer's researchers win brain prize
March 2018 - No.27 - Origins of land plants pushed back in time
February 2018 - No.26 - The strange condition afflicting astronauts during extended zero gravity
January 2018 - No.25 - The Ozone Layer
2017
January 2017 - No.13 - Fijian Ants Grow their own Homes