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Can some of the most important paintings in history be ascribed, in part, to impaired vision? Andrew Anderson from the Department of Optometry & Vision Sciences at University of Melbourne in Australia explains.
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A gruesome disease with a clouded past, syphilis has long confounded medical historians. New research may provide the answer. Stephen Fleischfresser reports.
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GPS data suggests that geological movement might prevent the collapse of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. Richard A Lovett reports.
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A noblewoman’s menagerie contained an ape unknown to science. Andrew Masterson reports.
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Measurements of warping spacetime bolster case for dark matter, dark energy. Richard A Lovett reports.
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Can sunlight be harnessed to lower palm oil mill effluents?
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Upper atmosphere winds change direction every 14 months or so, but until now no-one knew why. Phil Dooley reports.
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A panoramic image shows the full sweep of the Milky Way across the sky.
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Major report, announcement, forms policy for detecting and deflecting near-Earth objects, but Donald Trump’s “Space Force” not involved. Richard A Lovett reports.
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Nestlings that overstay their welcome endanger the entire brood, but leaving too early brings its own hazards. Tanya Loos reports.
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