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Lush puts a cork in it

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When asked to picture those leading the charge against global warming, one might picture the 70s hippy trying to bring about nuclear disarmament with peace and love, man, or...

Multi-sensory Eating

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Eating is not just about gobbling down food. Tasha Russell writes about the concept of multi-sensory eating. ...

Anti-retroviral drugs can prevent the transmission of HIV, study finds

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Could we be close to ending the HIV pandemic that has plagued the world for half a century?...

First-ever picture of a black hole

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A picture of a black hole? Read all about it!...

Beluga whale spy: Licence to krill?

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It’s something that you might read about in a sci-fi book. It’s safe to say a mysterious harnessed beluga whale isn’t something you’d expect to see every day. But, for a...

The Future of Fashion

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Miranda Stoner updates us on the latest innovations in Fashion technology....

Is alcohol the most harmful drug?

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Ecstasy and LSD may get a bad rap as far as their impact on the user and society is concerned, but alcohol can easily blow them both out of the water ...

The ideal plant

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The Salk Institute in the US has been working on an intriguingly clever idea to combat global warming: modified plants that absorb excess CO2 from the atmosphere...

Do you think a machine can read your mind?

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Scientists have developed a machine that can essentially read people's thoughts, in the hopes of giving people who have lost their voice a new way to communicate ...

Are hallucinogenics the future of anti-depressants?

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Hallucinogenics such as LSD have been cast away by the scientific community for decades, but more and more scientists believe that it's to bring it back ...