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BBC Future 2h
These police dogs are played classical music to calm them down in the kennels. 🐕🎶 Watch the full film on
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BBC Future 18h
Studies show that women avoid subjects like science not because of inability, but because of things like educational policy, stereotypes and a lack of exposure to role models.
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BBC Future 23h
More than 300 million people suffer from depression around the world, and many are not able to access mental health care. But one doctor is trying to change that, writes .
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BBC Future Oct 15
Lighting and monitoring controlled fires can help us understand how real wildfires spread, writes .
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BBC Future Oct 15
How can you and your partner’s similarity affect your happiness? investigates.
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BBC Future Oct 14
The top three symptoms of a broken bone are pain, swelling and deformity, not whether or not you can move it.
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BBC Future Oct 14
If you’ve done something that you’re proud of, don’t be afraid to show it.
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BBC Future Oct 13
Though large-scale reviews haven’t found that the pill causes weight gain, it can change a woman’s body shape and composition, writes .
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BBC Future Oct 12
The Soyuz capsule: the longest-serving space vehicle ever built.
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BBC Future Oct 12
Delhi is expected to become the world’s biggest city by 2028, but as it expands, its fragile water system is on the brink of collapse, writes .
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BBC Future Oct 11
It’s a common belief that ancient Greeks or Romans would have been shocked to see anyone above the age of 50 or 60. But really, our lifespans haven’t changed much. .
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BBC Future Oct 11
One study estimates that around 20% of the UK population has a profound vitamin D deficiency – should we be taking supplements?
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BBC Future Oct 11
Can you tell if someone is in the midst of an alcohol-induced blackout?
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BBC Future Oct 10
A ticket on an 11-day voyage to the wreck of the Titanic costs $105,129 (£81,300) – equivalent to the cost of first-class passage on the Titanic in 1912, adjusted for inflation, writes .
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BBC Future Oct 10
Train toilets in Britain have a pretty bad reputation, can this new hi-tech train improve things? We went to try it out.
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BBC Future Oct 10
40% of 16-24 year olds said they often or very often feel lonely.
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BBC Future Oct 9
Anxiety distorts the way we experience reality.
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BBC Future Oct 9
“Sleep helps you feel better”.
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BBC Future Oct 9
Does rude behaviour win votes? investigates.
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BBC Future Oct 9
A European-wide study saw that a quarter of people couldn’t name a single famous female scientist. Let’s change that.
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