Science

Weird, wacky & wonderful

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Suffering the bane of buffering broadband this Christmas? Jordan Oloman blames it on those twinkling tree lights...

Born to be a butterfingers

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Two left feet, all fingers and thumbs, cack-handed. These are just a handful of the metaphors used to describe the more uncoordinated klutzes amoung us, but scientists say we can...

Weird, wacky & wonderful: Mass Psychogenic Illness

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Misery loves company especially in the case of Mass Psychogenic Illness as Jordan Oloman explains ...

One giant leap for geneticists

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Is it okay to play God? Ellis Charlesworth examines new regulations for embryo research...

Word of the week: Mutant

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First things first, we can probably ignore the word ‘mutant’ in relation to the homo superior race. When scientists say ‘mutant’ they can be referring to a whole variety...

Zika: the facts

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Amanda Yap explores the latest global health emergency...

Countdown to catastrophe

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Alex O'Brien investigates the validity of the Doomsday clock and humanity's potentially impending demise....

Finally, progress for paraplegic patients

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Spinal impairments have been widely considered untreatable, however, Sunil Nambiar has discusses a back breakthrough ...

Make it rain

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Errol Kerr looks into the UAE's "seedy" weather manipulation...

Word of the week- cafune

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Jordan Oloman explains the meaning of the word that English language needs not only on Valentines Day...