Comic time capsules: spacecraft as archaeological treasure – Rhizome
The Orgasmatron: strange tale of a pleasure implant – BBC Future
What happens to prosthetics and implants after you die? – BBC Future
Can your gut bugs make you smarter? – BBC Future
Why I want a microchip implant – BBC Future
Artist storing DNA in this sculpture for 10,000 years – Wired
Meet the man with 13 legs – BBC Future
How I Became a Cyborg – BBC Future
The Post-Antibiotic World – Wired World in 2014
A Breath Of Fresh Air – New Scientist
Why I’m not a TEDx speaker – Slow Management Magazine
Do Purpose Built Cities Work? – BBC Future
Dirty Tricks of City Design – BBC Future
The End of Retirement? – Slate
Don’t Bring Back the Saber-Toothed Tiger – Slate
Can you spend a week without cash – BBC Future
Why zombies are real – Huffington Post
Russians who raised the dead – Salon
A practical step to bridge the divide between scientists and journalists – Scilogs
Journalism by numbers: why journalists are skipping lunch to learn stats – Scientific American
Science should be on the journalism curriculum – The Guardian
Beyond the city limits – Arc
In Congo Basin rainforests, the success of REDD+ leaves adaptation efforts trailing – Forests News
Security rolls out – Wired
Indonesia unlikely to meet 2025 biofuel goal, says report – Forests News
Taking a tape measure to Jaws – Wired
Booming trade: remnants of the Vietnam War still used as forest products – Forests News
Graphene: a miracle material in the making – The Guardian
Indonesia’s farmers stake their future in palm oil – Forests News
Defence against the dark arts – Microbiologist
Susan Greenfield: Living online is changing our brains – New Scientist
CIA fake vaccination programme could cost lives – The Telegraph
Designing Science – Super/Collider
Art and science collide in Worlds in the Making – The Guardian
Hibernation molecule boosts therapeutic hypothermia – New Scientist
Video game teaches students how to code – New Scientist
Cartographers of the air: how TAMUQ scientists are mapping out electrospace – QScience
Unconference report – Royal Institution
The science of fiction – CamFM
Augmented reality app keeps libraries tidy – New Scientist
Antibiotic resistance: bacteria are winning the war – The Guardian
There are voodoo wasps and zombie worms – what about people? – The Guardian
The Science of Memory – Stylist
How an MP3 can be used to hack your car – New Scientist
Hexagon wind tunnel lets you make your own tornado – New Scientist
The sports shoe guru: how to choose the best running shoe – New Scientist
Maths and dating — they just clicked – Eureka Magazine
Nanoscale battering of charging battery seen on video – New Scientist
New gadget promises 3D without the headaches – New Scientist
SpaceX launch marks a further step in commercial space travel – The Telegraph
Supercomputer hunts child abusers – New Scientist
Big Ideas for 2011 – Wired
Problem-solving bacteria crack sudoku – New Scientist
Glowing trees could light up city streets – New Scientist
Farewell, scary rainbow – New Scientist
Nanotech’s known unknowns – Wired
Nikola Tesla’s Patent Redux – Wired
Chances are, we’d all benefit from a statistics lesson – The Guardian
The secret messages written into the fabric of our world – The Guardian