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The 5 biggest physics questions that LIGO’s reboot could soon answer
Giant viruses have weaponised CRISPR against their bacterial hosts
Venus may have had a climate suitable for life billions of years ago
Water on Mars is probably too cold and salty for life as we know it
Mathematicians have found a new way to multiply two numbers together
Article 13: A guide to the new EU copyright rules and the ban on memes
Is religion good or bad for humanity? Epic analysis delivers an answer
The UK’s plan to block online pornography could be a privacy disaster
There’s so much junk in space that our satellites will soon be at risk
How do you square a passion for the ocean with deep-sea mining?
Schrödinger’s kittens: New thought experiment breaks quantum theory
The compelling tale of how climate change denial came to grip the US
NASA cancels first all-women spacewalk due to spacesuit size issue
Sound waves are a form of antigravity because they have negative mass
Child abuse may change brain structure and make depression worse
Mathematician cracks centuries-old problem about the number 33
- We may finally know what causes Alzheimer’s – and how to stop it
- Nearly 100 species of frogs, toads and salamanders wiped out by fungus
- Child abuse may change brain structure and make depression worse
- Climate change is making the seas rise faster than ever, UN warns
- Story of most murderous people of all time revealed in ancient DNA
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