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How do we deal with the realisation that we are nothing more than “breathing, defecating, self-conscious pieces of meat that can die at any time”? by
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BBC Future Jun 19
"Women’s bodies are affected differently by alcohol than men’s bodies – for reasons that go beyond mere size." by
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BBC Future Jun 18
"AI will experience the world in ways not too unlike the ways that we experience it – emotionally, intelligently, and spiritually." by
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BBC Future Jun 15
Could robotic chefs lend a welcome helping hand in the kitchen?
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BBC Future Jun 15
Introducing Future Woman – BBC Future’s new Facebook group about women’s health and wellbeing.♀️ 💊Follow the link to join and be a part of the conversation about the day-to-day issues that affect women’s lives.
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BBC Future Jun 14
“It’s like a temporary gap in the tape.” What effects do alcohol-fuelled blackouts have on the brain? by
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Melissa Hogenboom BBC Jun 6
In the final piece in our Criminal Myths series, looks at whether there is a humane way to execute an inmate on death row (warning: contains descriptions of executions) via
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BBC Future Jun 1
“Counterintuitively, people who live in less regularly sunny places, like Vermont or Denmark, tend to have higher rates of skin cancer.” by
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BBC Future May 31
100 years ago today, what was arguably the first modern tank went into battle. Who made it? Renault. by
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BBC Click May 31
Ready for a new way to watch? A film where the plot changes depending on the viewer’s brain activity has been developed. Take a look.
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BBC Future May 30
There’s hope for the future.
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BBC Future May 30
“In certain circumstances…genetic or neuroscientific evidence can make a big difference in court.” by
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BBC Future May 29
“Women wait longer for a diagnosis in six of 11 types of cancer.” by
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BBC Future May 28
"It is time to stop the witch hunt on intuition."
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BBC Future May 25
Inside the secret bunker built to withstand explosions bigger than the atom bomb dropped on Nagasaki.
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BBC Future May 25
“There is no reason why the simple shapes of stories can’t be fed into computers. They are beautiful shapes.” - Kurt Vonnegut by
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BBC Future May 25
“To understand Amani and places like it is to understand the forces that could dismantle science anywhere.” by
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BBC Future May 24
This 12-year-old created a cheap home kit that tests for lead.
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BBC Future May 24
“Psychopaths seem relatively unfazed by punishment, which makes them very difficult to manage.” by
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BBC Future May 24
What does it take to live at sea for two months?
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