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Factory workers at Ford's car assembly plants are using exoskeletons to help with their gruelling work. Leah Crane visited the factory to try one out... [Read More]
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Jezero crater on Mars is thought to have once had a river flowing along its rim and could hold signs of ancient life... [Read More]
Tags: Mars - NASA - Jezero
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Dark matter fills much of the universe, but we don't know what it is. A new detector hopes finding a theoretical particle called an axion... [Read More]
Tags: Inside - dark - universe
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Evolutionary biologist Judith Mank explores the purpose of sex, and why its evolution can lead to males and females that look and behave differently. [Read More]
Pre-eclampsia affects up to 10 per cent of pregnancies and can have serious complications. A single injection may one day be enough to lower blood... [Read More]
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Silicon chips are so last decade, says chemist Lee Cronin – soon we'll be computing mega-fast with tiny molecules... [Read More]
A vast network of termite tunnels and 2.5-metre-tall mounds that covers 230,000 square kilometres may be the biggest engineered structure built by an insect... [Read More]
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Pre-eclampsia affects up to 10 per cent of pregnancies and can have serious complications. A single injection may one day be enough to treat the... [Read More]
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A cache of sophisticated stone tools from a cave in China date back 170,000 years – perhaps a sign that our species arrived in East... [Read More]
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When we think of autism we usually think of deficits. Cognitive scientist Anna Remington explains why this is wrong... [Read More]
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Think 3D printing is all about obscure plastic widgets? Think again – bioprinting pioneer Jennifer Lewis has a plan to make living, breathing human organs... [Read More]
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Artists play cat and mouse with face-recognition software at a South Korean exhibition in the battle to retain a division between humanity and machines... [Read More]
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Prehistoric sabre-toothed cats often injured their impressive jaws during hunts. Now fossil evidence suggests injured cats could rely on their peers for food... [Read More]
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Environmental groups are being suppressed by Iran's radical regime , says Kaveh Madani... [Read More]
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From Kenyan children picking through plastic waste to swathes of Germany laid waste for coal mining, a film shows why we are in a new,... [Read More]
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When dietary scientists thought half the world was suffering a serious protein deficit, they came up with solution that proved rather hard to swallow. [Read More]
Tags: protein - solve - great
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Watch a town descend into chaos after a social media hack, learn how much we really know about AI, explore science-art links – and peer... [Read More]
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Water contaminated with heavy metals, such as lead, could be cleaned up by thousands of microbots built from mushroom spores... [Read More]
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The Gaia satellite has spotted a ghost galaxy with a lower surface brightness than any stellar system we've ever seen – but the discovery is... [Read More]
Tags: Milky Way - Gaia - ghost
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Scientists from around the world have unanimously voted for a new definition of the kilogram – one based on fundamental constants instead of "Le Grand... [Read More]
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