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Rock "chimneys" twice as tall as a person that tower above a lake in California may have been built, in part, by microorganisms... [Read More]
The European Union is attempting to stand up to the might of Google, Facebook and Twitter with a new copyright law, but it could just... [Read More]
The skeleton of an entirely new - but now extinct - species of gibbon was found in the tomb of Lady Xia, grandmother of China's... [Read More]
Several conditions including anxiety, depression and anorexia all share a common set of genes, which could lead to better diagnoses... [Read More]
The spacing of stitches in knitted fabrics lets friction cascade through the material, which allows it to stretch without the yarn getting any longer... [Read More]
The UK government is reviewing medicinal cannabis after two boys with severe epilepsy were withheld cannabis oil treatments. Here's everything you need to know... [Read More]
A detailed molecular analysis of hundreds of post-mortem brains supports the controversial theory that viruses contribute to Alzheimer's disease... [Read More]
UK beer, fizzy drinks and meat producers have all warned of CO2 shortages disrupting supplies and have called on the government to act. So what's going on,... [Read More]
Robotic lily pads, mussels, and a robofish are drifting through the water in a Venetian lagoon, checking oxygen levels and signs of microscopic life... [Read More]
There's an enormous, fast-moving explosion in space  - nicknamed "the Cow" - that's unlike anything we've seen before, and astronomers are scrambling to figure out... [Read More]
Most soldiers who die from potentially survival wounds suffer from uncontrolled bleeding. The US Army developed a bandage material that can seal wounds faster and... [Read More]
A Japanese spacecraft is closing in on the tiny asteroid Ryugu, where it will drop off landers and explosively take samples of dust to analyse... [Read More]
Experiments in mice have shown for the first time that bacteria found in the gut of babies and children seem to play a role in brain... [Read More]
Data from millions of Facebook users, including their answers to intimate questionnaires, was left exposed online for anyone to access, a New Scientist investigation has found... [Read More]
Ill-conceived and outdated drug laws in the UK are denying children with severe epilepsy vital medicinal cannabis treatments. That must change, says David Nutt... [Read More]
The video-assisted refereeing technology being introduced in this year's World Cup will supposedly cut errors – but that ignores what makes football great... [Read More]
President Trump has announced the creation of a Space Force, the first new US military branch since 1947, but it's not yet clear what this... [Read More]
A book on learning to open our minds to psychedelics as they find a new, more scientific place in our society makes for a fantastic... [Read More]
We think we know Charles Dickens, but his writings on chemistry and energy at a new London exhibition cast him in a very different light... [Read More]
As TV hit Westworld's robots come to some awkward conclusions about their true nature in time for the season finale, we're still hooked by the... [Read More]
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