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Dawn of the super-humans

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With 60% of fictional superheroes deriving their superpowers from science, Ollie Burton investigates just how close we are to creating our own superhuman powers....

Weird, wacky and wonderful: Medical madness and Crazy cures

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This week our writers discuss some the weirdest medications. Do not try these at home!...

Word of the Week: Regeneration

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Cellular regeneration is something you probably thought was only allowed for a few choice humans, like say David Tennant or Ryan Reynolds, and most of the time you probably...

Cracking the code to science equality

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“This is a man’s world” but should it be? Anna Jastrzembska dicusses gender injustice and stereotypes in science...

LIGO making waves in science

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Recent astronomical discoveries shook the world of science. We investigate the gravity of the situation. ...

Insects can see in 3D, according to Uni

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The mantises were fitted with specially made 3D glasses...

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 ...

Countdown to catastrophe

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

Manipulation of mankind

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Christopher Little reports on the recent human gene editing summit, explaining its ethics and possibilities...