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Chances of falling space junk killing somebody are a frightening 'ten per cent', say scientists
31/07/2022 - Harmless debris from high above the Earth rains down on us every minute of every day – but how Expand
Total lunar eclipse: Exact time to see Super Blood Moon in the UK tonight
15/05/2022 - In a rare and likely breathtaking event, a Super Blood Moon is set to be fully eclipsed by the Expand
Big Pharma's Ethical Dilemma: Should They Keep Selling to Russia?
18/03/2022 - Sanctions and boycotts following the invasion of Ukraine have curtailed the export of nearly every Expand
These Ukrainians Are Stuck in Antarctica as War Rages at Home
07/03/2022 - At the Vernadsky research base, a crew of 12 Ukrainians watch from thousands of miles away as Expand
Africa’s Oldest DNA Is Helping Address Science’s Racial Bias
23/02/2022 - Scientists have way more DNA from ancient Europeans than Africans. Now analysis of a genome from Expand
A Crypto Company Thinks It Can Help Fight Climate Change
17/02/2022 - Toucan is leveraging blockchain to reinvent the carbon credit market. But thorny questions abound.
The Quest to Make a Digital Replica of Your Brain
15/02/2022 - Digital twins, virtual copies of everything from bridges to aeroplanes, are coming for healthcare. Expand
You're (Maybe) Gonna Need a Patent for That Woolly Mammoth
09/02/2022 - Scientists are racing to bring extinct species back from the dead. But does a resurrected mammoth Expand
A New Database Reveals How Much Humans Are Messing With Evolution
04/02/2022 - Some animals and plants are rapidly adapting to our warming, polluted world. How alarming that is Expand
Could a few of our most brilliant scientists solve the climate crisis?
19/07/2022 - Prompted by this week's record-breaking temperatures, Mirror reader Brian Davies asks why more is Expand
What is a supermassive black hole? What's beyond the event horizon?
13/05/2022 - New images have been unveiled of a supermassive black hole at the heart of our galaxy. The cosmic Expand
Brace Yourself For the Comeback of Citizen Scientists
16/03/2022 - From water-testing polluted rivers to measuring radiation levels, ordinary people are taking Expand
Iceland Bets on Herd Immunity
03/03/2022 - The island nation's government joins several other European countries in dropping Covid Expand
A New Type of Aurora Found on Saturn Resolves a Planetary Mystery
22/02/2022 - The discovery of the first wind-driven aurora sheds light on a strange phenomenon playing out Expand
What Happens When AI Fighter Pilots Take to the Skies?
17/02/2022 - Humans are already being out-manoeuvred in simulations by F-16s armed with algorithms—a new sci-fi Expand
For Insect Farming to Work, Scientists Need to Build a Better Bug
15/02/2022 - Faster-growing, fatter critters could provide the protein needed to raise more climate-friendly Expand
They Lived in a Pandemic Bubble. Now Covid Has Arrived
08/02/2022 - Some remote Pacific island nations haven't had a single case of Covid-19 for the past two years. Expand
Politicians Say It’s Time to Live With Covid. Are You Ready?
28/01/2022 - As countries declare endemicity and drop restrictions, how does a battered and bruised society Expand
Scientists hail ‘world’s ultimate predator’ as 50ft shark that devoured rivals
28/06/2022 - Princeton University researchers have revealed that the Megalodon shark is the supreme Expand
Robots given 3D-printed fingertips that can 'feel' like human skin in new study
05/04/2022 - Scientists at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory have now developed a highly sensitive 3D-printed Expand
The War Puts Ukraine's Clinical Trials—and Patients—in Jeopardy
14/03/2022 - Hundreds of trials have been disrupted in the medical research hub. Some patients are at risk of Expand
Genetic Databases Are Too White. Here’s What It’ll Take to Fix It
01/03/2022 - Most genetic research is done on people of European descent. That’s led to misdiagnoses, Expand
The End Game of China’s Zero-Covid Policy Nightmare
18/02/2022 - As most of the world decides to live with the virus, China is doubling down on a strategy to crush Expand
DeepMind Has Trained an AI to Control Nuclear Fusion
16/02/2022 - The Google-backed AI firm taught a reinforcement learning algorithm to control the fiery plasma Expand
This Startup Is Trying to Make Juicy Steaks Out of Thin Air
14/02/2022 - Air Protein is transforming carbon emissions into delicious cuts of meat, with the helping hand of Expand
Why the Fashion Resale Market Is Here to Stay
08/02/2022 - The clothing industry is embracing the demand for second-hand. Those off-trend will soon be out of Expand

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