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New images of the most distant space rock we’ve ever visited show that it has mysterious bright spots and stripes, and that it likely formed in a slow-motion collision
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Risk taking levels between boys are girls are far from written in stone, but are shaped by society, according to a new study
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Decades of data from Norway show that girls with a twin brother are less likely to finish school or university, which may be due to testosterone exposure in the womb
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Some magnetic field alterations cause changes in brain activity, suggesting a magnetic sense could have played a role in the nomadic lives of our hunter-gatherer ancestors
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Physicist, neuroscience author and Star Trek script writer Leonard Mlodinow shares the secrets to the kind of elastic thinking that has fuelled his diverse career
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A dead whale found in the Philippines with 40kg of plastic inside its body is the latest example of the problem of plastic pollution
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Working out if you’re eating wild cod or farmed catfish is hard as mislabelling is rampant, but there are ways to make sure you're not swindled
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The huge meteor explosion which hit Earth in December was caught on camera by the Japanese Himawari-8 weather satellite
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Life-sized models and scary VR at the American Museum of Natural History breathe life into fearsome predator, Tyrannosaurus rex, in an anniversary show for all ages
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Between 5 and 10 thousand underwater mountains have been discovered by measuring their gravitational effects on the sea
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