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Netflix’s latest dystopian sci-fi has nanobots crawling over people’s brains to help hunt the perfect partner, writes Chelsea Whyte in her monthly TV column
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The 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing is coming. In honour of that, here is the cream of the cultural highlights celebrating all things lunar
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A rich book by Oliver Morton delves into science, poetry, art and sci-fi to create a dazzling paean to the past, present and future of the moon
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AIs will need to discover and mine a diamond in four days to win a new competition inside the video game Minecraft
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The trailer for the new season of Netflix's Black Mirror suggests the show will continue to capture our collective disquiet about technology – this time with a stellar new cast including Miley Cyrus and Andrew Scott
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Researchers warn that if the methane levels keep increasing at current rates, it will be very difficult to limit global warming to 2°C
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Ever since the breakup of the supercontinent Pangaea, sea water has been flowing deep into the planet, causing sea levels to fall over millions of years
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Carbon-based chemicals carried to Earth by a meteorite 3.3 billion years ago have been found encased in rock, and may have been crucial to the origin of life
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Factories in India making cheap antibiotics for the world are dumping their waste, with grim consequences for people living nearby – and global health too
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Carl Guyenette has turned musician Jeff Wayne's 70’s concept album into two hours of immersive terror – by putting all the tech at the service of the story
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