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The secrets of how sharks survived so many of Earth’s mass extinctions
Shocking evidence shows people in vegetative states may be conscious
The mysterious diseases killing starfish, sea fans and shellfish
The Extinction Rebellion book is short on science but big on action
We could kill cancer cells by hijacking their odd electrical current
How palaeontology got cool: Inside the revolution in dinosaur science
Deadly drug-resistant fungal disease has ‘infested’ New York City
European heatwave: France hits highest recorded temperature of 45.1°C
New Scientist Debate: emerging threats from disruptive technologies
Electronics projects for beginners: How to make a roaming robot
AIs that diagnose diseases are starting to assist and replace doctors
I travelled to a future where AI cameras track your every move
Ruth Mace on human evolution and surviving the apocalypse with yaks
Chernobyl and The Terror docu-dramas expose horror’s many faces
Libra: What is Facebook’s new cryptocurrency and can we trust it?
A severe autoimmune condition may be triggered by ‘good’ gut bacteria
Dogs evolved a special muscle that lets them make puppy dog eyes
Our galaxy’s central black hole is oddly quiet – now we may know why