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Science

Biodiversity loss: An irreversible threat?

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Tobias Lawrence examines the alarming reality of biodiversity loss and what this means for the future...

Beyond the lab bench in a Covid-19 era

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Shreya Dube delves into what social distancing means for science students returning to university...

Mauritius oil spill threatens wildlife and protests call for government resignation

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Eleanor Norton examines the recent oil spill in Mauritius and protests fuelled by a controversial government response...

Return & recycle: A new lease of life for unwanted cosmetics

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Lily Holbrook reports on the new return and recycle scheme for unwanted cosmetics ...

Oatly crosses an ethical boun-dairy: how eco-friendly are plant-based milks?

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Maud Webster on Oatly's controversial private investor...is it as bad as it seems?...

Bowerbirds: New Guinea’s sexy Bob the builders

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A glimpse into the mating behaviours of two of New Guinea's bowerbirds: Sericulus ardens and Amblyornis macgregoriae...

Scientists propose an innovative new biodiversity target

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After shortfalls in tackling the biodiversity crisis, and an increase in pressure to save threatened species, environmental policy experts have teamed up to propose a new...

Positivity is a funny thing

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Want to make someone laugh? It’s easier to do so if they’re already in a good mood. But what if your own mood can actually affect how funny you are? Recent research at the...

Life-saving Coronavirus Drug Discovered

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A potentially life-saving drug to treat coronavirus has been found by researchers of Oxford University. The low-cost and globally available steroid, Dexamethasone, has been proven...

Post-pandemic plans for a green future

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In a letter addressed to the Prime Minister, 207 business leaders have called for measures to sustain a greener future post-pandemic. But what does this mean for economic...