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The rate of people dying from stroke in England decreased by 55 per cent between 2001 and 2010, according to an analysis of 800,000 patients
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Young immune systems may be particularly sensitive to food allergens in the absence of right gut bacteria, a study in mice suggests
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Flies, fish and mice are being developed into “cancer avatars” that carry the unique traits of a person’s cancer and help doctors choose which drugs to use
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Researchers have been puzzled by rising levels of trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11), but a new study suggests the Chinese provinces of Shandong and Hebei are the source
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If we know the idea of difference based purely on race is wrong, why do we still hang on to the idea of race in science, asks science writer Angela Saini.
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Our 10-part maker series is a fun way to learn about electronics, working up to building a biscuit-ferrying robot. Here’s all the stuff you need
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The billions of plastic straws consumed in the UK each year will be banned from April 2020. The move will also cover plastic drinks stirrers and cotton buds
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A shape-shifting drone can switch between flying and driving to fit through small gaps or get past rough terrain
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High Life, a sci-fi tale of black holes, redemption and sex, intrigues while leaving big questions unanswered – like who does the disembodied hand belong to?
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A shape-shifting drone can switch between flying and driving to fit through small gaps or get past rough terrain
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