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The real dark side of the moon

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In the wake of NASA’s declassification of the music heard on the dark side of the moon in 1969, Errol Kerr investigates if Pink Floyd really is to blame for the mysterious...

Picking apart popular pseudoscience

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Molecular biologist Ollie Burton examines and refutes the pseudoscience practices that grind his gears as a scientist...

Sea-ing to oceanic conservation

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The recent dolphin selfie incident has brought the importance of sea-life stewardship to the forefront of environmental news but Matt Byrne questions if the world really is doing...

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...