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Terraforming Mars with strange silica blanket could let plants thrive
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Alan Turing has been announced as the face of the new UK £50 note. In November 2018, Alice Bell made the case for Dorothy Hodgkin, the only British woman to have won a science Nobel
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In his new book Novacene, James Lovelock says the creation of artificial intelligence AlphaGo was the start of a new kingdom of life that will create and think for itself. Read more from his interview here
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Why doing more exercise won't help you burn more calories
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Following a UK Supreme Court ruling in 2015, doctors are considering offering pregnant women official advice on the risks of vaginal birth as well as caesarean sections
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Alan Turing is the face of the new UK £50 note. Read more about him here
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Ever wanted to know if your plant is happy or sad? can build a robot to show you how. Get her step-by-step instructions at
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India’s moon mission Chandrayaan 2 delayed just before launch
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There aren’t enough space explosions to explain strange radio bursts
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How many steps a day do you really need? Spoiler: It isn't 10,000
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Regulating e-cigarette flavours may prompt some people to smoke more
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Targeting mitochondria in neurons may help relieve severe forms of MS
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For 75 years, computers have worked within limits defined by Alan Turing. Now work has begun to fulfil his prophecy of a machine that can solve the unsolvable
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has resumed its climate change protests in five UK cities. But what are they calling for? 's Rupert Read explains the group’s demands
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Shifting to electric vehicles is an essential part of tackling climate change and China is doing far better than the West
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Healthy living lowers chances of dementia even if genetic risk is high
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Helium is essential for party balloons, but also for MRI scanners, physics experiments and space rockets. But supplies on Earth are getting dangerously low, warns in her latest column
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How found machine thinking in the human mind
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helped crack Nazi codes and established the field of artificial intelligence, and created a mathematical model of the computers we all use today
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