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Science

Does mother always know best?

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Iqra Choudhry discusses instances in which the medical condition of children is compromised by their parents’ views. ...

Word of the Week: INCANDESCENCE

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Incandescence stems from Latin, meaning ‘to glow white’. It describes a special type of thermal radiation, when visible light is emitted from a hot object. Visible...

To Freud or not to Freud

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Loved by some, passionately hated by others. 6th May marks the 160th anniversary of the birth of one of the most widely criticized figures in the world of science and beyond....

Facebook out of this galaxy

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What happens when you put Stephen Hawking in the same room with Mark Zuckerberg? Errol Kerr talks about the most ambitious space project in history that might change the future of...

Meat the next big food fad

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Mooove over pastoral agriculture; James Cameron discusses the potential for lab-grown meat to grace the shelves of our supermarkets and fridges within the next five years...

Weird, wacky and wonderful

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Electronic epidermis has the potential to transform lives in the prosthetic limb market, as Jordan Oloman explores...

White House wonders

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Matt Byrne investigates innovation at Obama’s final fair...

Logging Europe's most precious forest

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Some policies try to save the environment, other don’t care. Anna Jastrzembska questions mass commercialisation and asks why politicians are allowed to tamper with the...

Hummus where the heart is

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Natalie Farmer explains the true value of veganism for the health of the environment, people and our furry friends...

Earth's energy enigma

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Energy means far more than just the power in a socket. Louise Bingham investigates the differing approaches to tackle the issue ...