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Science

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 ...

A new kind of superhero

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Sarah McIntyre asks if scientists should study the healthy rather than the ill ...

Word of the Week: PHOTOVOLTAIC

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Sarah Main explains what "photovoltaic" means...

2016 Easter break bucket list

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Stuck in the Toon for the next month? Bored of going to the pub over and over again? Look no further! We present you a selection of more and less known natural wonders and places...

T-Cell therapy for tumours

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Holly Pearson talks us through a breakthrough in cancer research...

Word of the Week: Amazonia

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Amazonia, or the Amazon rainforest, is the world’s largest rainforest. It covers an area of around 2,124,000 square miles across 9 countries, including Brazil, Peru, Colombia,...