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BBC Future Apr 20
Tilting your head backwards to stop a nosebleed? Bad idea. by
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BBC Future Apr 19
"The man in charge, the flamboyantly mustachioed rocketeer Daniel Jubb, voices the countdown and I press the firing button." 🚀 🔥
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Melissa Hogenboom BBC Apr 16
Many incarcerated women are victims themselves – of mental health problems, and of crimes worse than their own I looked at the issue as part of a new series
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BBC Future Apr 13
"At every antique shop I have ever gone to so far, I have always been able to find something radioactive." ☢ by
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BBC Future Apr 12
"Within the next decade, there’s a very good chance that people will once again set foot on the lunar surface and see Neil Armstrong’s first footsteps for themselves."
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BBC Future Apr 11
Forming little memory groupings (or chunks) is a phenomenon well-known by cognitive psychologists.
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BBC Future Apr 11
"People who thought they weren’t doing as much exercise as their peers died younger than those who thought they did more, even when the actual amount of exercise they did was the same." by
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BBC Future Apr 10
There could be benefits to being a loner – including for our creativity, mental health and even leadership skills! 🌞
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BBC Future Apr 9
Could battery farms lead to a zero carbon future? 🔋
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BBC Future Apr 9
"Inside that whole pig leg, there's a race going on between bacteria and evaporation, with those hoping for a nice bit of ham for lunch egging the evaporation on." by
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BBC Future Apr 9
Researchers are closing in on the answer to one of the most persistent problems in science: dark matter.
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BBC Future Apr 5
The researchers found that people named Dennis or Denise tend to become dentists at a higher rate than people of other equally popular names. by 🌊
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BBC Future Apr 5
Advances in sonar technology mean that a single ship can now provide thousands of square kilometers’ worth of high-resolution maps during an expedition. 🌊
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BBC Capital Apr 3
This social media "it girl" isn't even real
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Tomorrow's World Apr 4
Is social media killing creativity? Our short doc with about the effects of gramming your art is now available on .
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BBC Culture Apr 4
Our Through the Lens series with has been nominated for in the News & Politics category! 😍 You can vote for us to win here:
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BBC Future Apr 4
"One experiment found that the level of racist abuse tweeted at black users could be dramatically slashed by using bot accounts." by
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David Robson Apr 4
"40% of American adults have experienced online abuse, with almost half receiving severe forms of harassment, including physical threats and stalking." Fascinating by on the psychology of trolling via
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BBC Future Apr 3
Animal cloning could transform the tourism industry – imagine future zoos with all of your favourite, formerly extinct creatures.
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BBC Click Apr 3
Street Fighter II being played in your street? See how this classic game is brought to life with augmented reality!
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