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BBC Future 2h
Astronauts hurtling around the Earth on the ISS have some excellent experience of social isolation, and how to make the best of it.
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BBC Future 6h
As sea levels rise, corals are being catastrophically bleached around the world. But Red Sea reefs seem to be resilient to this. Why?
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BBC Future 9h
Astronauts have already spent months in isolation, so we asked and Jocelyn Dunn for their top tips for making the best of it.
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BBC Future 13h
What will be the long-term effects of the shift in our ways of life?
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BBC Future 16h
Our homes are “urban mines”, so extracting and recycling the metals and minerals hidden in our unused electronics could be one of the most environmentally-friendly actions you can take without leaving the house.
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BBC Future Apr 8
There are valuable metals and minerals hidden in your junk drawers.
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BBC Future Apr 8
Close contact with wild animals through hunting, trade or habitat loss puts the world at increased risk of outbreaks of new diseases, say scientists.
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BBC Future Apr 8
Our homes are “urban mines”, so extracting and recycling the metals and minerals hidden in our unused electronics could be one of the most environmentally-friendly actions you can take without leaving the house.
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BBC Future Apr 7
Here is what you can do to prevent the spread of misinformation.
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BBC Future Apr 7
Respect and tolerance for all people generally leads to a more harmonious, mutually beneficial society.
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BBC Future Apr 6
There’s a lot of evidence which suggests avoiding close contact with others is an effective way to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Why are so many failing to take notice?
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BBC Future Apr 6
Even though evidence suggest we could slow the spread of the coronavirus by avoiding close contact with other people, many people are failing to take notice even after strict measures are introduced. Why?
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BBC Future Apr 6
Scientists say a connection between Covid-19 and 5G mobile networks is "complete rubbish" and biologically impossible.
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BBC Future Apr 6
There’s a lot of evidence which suggests avoiding close contact with others is an effective way to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Why are so many failing to take notice?
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BBC Future Apr 6
From laundry to washing the dishes, our water use has a surprising impact on the climate.
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BBC Future Apr 5
Nothing has killed more human beings than infectious diseases.
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BBC Future Apr 5
Staying at home and maintaining a safe distance from others can help to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
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BBC Future Apr 4
There’s been a big dip in global emissions thanks to measures to contain he virus, but it’s far from certain how lasting this dip will be.
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BBC Future Apr 4
The novel coronavirus is too new to have any firm data on how cases will change with the seasons.
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BBC Future Apr 3
Eighteen countries still haven’t had any cases.
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