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BBC Future 13h
How much do you agree with the statement: "I couldn't marry someone unless I was passionately in love"? Your answer might say a lot about the good and the bad in your relationships.
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BBC Future 14h
“All new technologies are at root a combination of older technologies – and that this in turn traces an evolutionary process resembling life itself”.
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BBC Future Feb 16
The “meat paradox” is the “psychological conflict between people’s dietary preference for meat and their moral response to animal suffering”.
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BBC Future Feb 15
From taking probiotics to eating kimchi, does our diet really affect our microbiome?
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BBC Future Feb 15
How do you score on the Soul-Mate Scale? explains how your score will reveal the good and bad in your relationships.
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BBC Future Feb 14
Made up of 15 parts and taking just three days to print – could this electric motorbike be on the roads soon?
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BBC Future Feb 13
By analysing ancient trees, researchers gain an insight into how ancient societies coped with changing weather patterns.
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BBC Future Feb 12
How do we build on the Moon if materials are too heavy for rockets?
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BBC Future Feb 11
Phosphorous is needed to help grow healthy plants, but in 2008 prices spiked 800%. Now, farmers in places like Malawi are coming up with innovative solutions to this crisis.
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BBC Future Feb 11
Each mask takes a few weeks to make, and has to be finished by hand.
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BBC Future Feb 10
“Although we might have a sense that our intestines are somehow dirty and in need of cleansing, they’re just doing their job.”
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BBC Future Feb 10
Conservationists are increasingly turning to the power of technology to expand their work to previously unimaginable bounds, writes .
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BBC Future Feb 9
“I want people to be able to look up into the sky and believe that in their lifetime they’ll get to go.”
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BBC Future Feb 9
Known as hikikomori, half a million people in Japan live as modern-day hermits, often not leaving their houses for years at a time.
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BBC Future Feb 8
Made up of 15 parts and taking just three days to print – could this electric motorbike be on the roads soon?
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BBC Future Feb 8
“All new technologies are at root a combination of older technologies – and that this in turn traces an evolutionary process resembling life itself,” writes .
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BBC Future Feb 8
Air pollution has been linked to heart attacks, Alzheimer’s and diabetes – could it also be linked to IBD?
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BBC Future Feb 7
An estimated 10% of women have endometriosis, but it’s under-researched, poorly understood – and still without a cure.
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BBC Future Feb 7
The “meat paradox” is the “psychological conflict between people’s dietary preference for meat and their moral response to animal suffering”. .
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BBC Future Feb 6
Including liquid wood, algae insulation and polymer substitutes made from fermented plant starch.
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