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Scientists are able to find the source of illegal pollutants by ‘sniffing the air’.
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BBC Future Aug 17
Moving your eyes between words slows your reading down. If you cut out the movement, you can read at much greater speeds, writes .
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BBC Future Aug 17
More than 70% of children surveyed weren’t able to identify the antiquated overhead projector.
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BBC Future Aug 16
Are dumb phones the new smartphones?
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BBC Future Aug 15
Does mindfulness change our brains?
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BBC Future Aug 15
“The survival of our species literally depends on sex. Yet it is a hotbed of misperceptions,” writes .
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BBC Future Aug 14
By pausing physical and chemical processes, could we save lives?
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BBC Future Aug 14
One report found that 72% to 99% of all hospital alarms were false.
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BBC Future Aug 13
Childhood malnourishment can lead to life-long health problems – but a new project which focuses on bacteria in the gut could help. reports.
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BBC Future Aug 13
Only 10% of the world is left-handed. But why? investigates.
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BBC Future Aug 13
Air monitoring technology - ‘sniffing the air’ - helps scientists monitor illegal emissions. looks into how they are helping to protect the ozone.
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BBC Future Aug 12
How can you treat someone who doesn’t know they’re ill?
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BBC Future Aug 12
Women have better spatial awareness right after their period. Three weeks after, verbal skills peak.
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BBC Future Aug 11
Know your mHealth from your Qi? Here are the 12 new tech terms you need to know.
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BBC Future Aug 10
By cutting the movement of your eyes between words, you can read at much greater speeds.
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BBC Future Aug 10
Stasis is the pausing of physical and chemical processes, and it could be a way of saving lives.
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BBC Future Aug 10
If we cut the time moving our eyes, can we read at much greater speeds? Give speed-reading a try yourself in this video.
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BBC Future Aug 9
Bacteria in the gut could hold the key to reducing life-long health problems arising from childhood malnourishment, writes .
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BBC Future Aug 8
Are laundry folding robots the key to further developments in AI?
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BBC Future Aug 8
Should societies force those who have no idea that they are ill into treatment? looks into it.
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