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Imagined Life, a riveting update of what we know about the planets beyond our solar system, makes smart guesses about what we might face ..read more
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In a blind date, couples whose heart rates become synchronised are more likely to be attracted to each other – but physical body language ..read more
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Artificial intelligence is turbo charging the ability of machines to be creative. At New Scientist Live next month, mathematician Marcus du ..read more
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Australia is facing possibly its worst ever shortage of medical isotopes. These are used in diagnostics, meaning 10,000 people or more may ..read more
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The threat of a no-deal Brexit is causing staff at several universities in the UK to stockpile scientific equipment, including protective ..read more
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Hundreds of thousands of adults and children from Sydney to London have taken to the streets today as part of a global strike against ..read more
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Hopes for a genital herpes vaccine have been raised by a trial treatment that stops genital lesions and low-lying infections in guinea pigs ..read more
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We thought that walking on all fours like a gorilla is more primitive than walking on two legs as humans do. But new fossils suggest even ..read more
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Turkey is to become the first nation to use drones able to find, track and kill people without human intervention, when it deploys them in ..read more
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