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Baby boom for the kakapo, New Zealand’s critically endangered parrot
How maths could fix the problems with India’s voting machines
David Attenborough finally talks climate change in prime time BBC slot
An interstellar rock may have hit Earth in 2014 but nobody noticed
AI that spots inequality could monitor living conditions in cities
Dog owners are more likely to get the recommended amount of exercise
Climate protesters want net zero carbon emissions – is it possible?
Protein mania: The problem with the West’s latest diet obsession
How to understand the risk of a bacon sandwich giving you bowel cancer
The UK’s plan to block online pornography could be a privacy disaster
Why Ian McEwan doesn’t see his latest novel as being science fiction
Measles has made a shocking return to the US. Can it be stopped?
Millions of child asthma cases linked to traffic pollution every year
LIGO has spotted another gravitational wave just after turning back on
NASA says the International Space Station is covered in bacteria
Scotland’s HPV vaccine linked to ‘near elimination’ of cervical cancer
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