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22/04/2019 10:47:02 PM
Small 'half-watch' worn on leg could transform recovery from stroke
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Public urged to stop using their favourite football team or band as their password
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Public urged to stop using their favourite football team or band as their password
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Scientific American
22/04/2019 10:46:27 PM
Pain Patients Get Relief from War on Opioids
Scientists Uncover California's Hidden Earthquakes
How Old Are Saturn's Rings? The Debate Rages On
Brain Restoration System Explores Hazy Territory between Being Dead or Alive
Pain Patients Get Relief from War on Opioids
Scientists Uncover California's Hidden Earthquakes
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BBC
22/04/2019 10:47:14 PM
Attenborough climate show a 'call to arms'
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'Giant lion' fossil found in museum drawer
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New Scientist

22/04/2019 10:46:27 PM
We may finally know what causes Alzheimer’s – and how to stop it
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How to understand the risk of a bacon sandwich giving you bowel cancer

22/04/2019 10:47:02 PM
We may finally know what causes Alzheimer’s – and how to stop it
Baby boom for the kakapo, New Zealand’s critically endangered parrot
What would happen if you got sucked into a black hole?
Surprising ways the changing Earth shaped human evolution and society
Can’t stop procrastinating? Try cognitive behaviour therapy
Huge dinosaur may have stood on its toes with fleshy pads for balance
From the archives 20 years ago: the great phone cancer scare
Don't miss: Kubrick's genius, Haida mythology and the power of emotion
Baby boom for the kakapo, New Zealand’s critically endangered parrot
Surprising ways the changing Earth shaped human evolution and society
I want to believe: An astronomer's view of aliens
What do you do with the world's most powerful laser?
Anu Ojha: Will humans make it to Mars?
Geraint Lewis: What is the fate of our universe?
Emily Mitchell: Mysterious early lifeforms
David Attenborough finally talks climate change in prime time BBC slot
AI that spots inequality could monitor living conditions in cities
Viewing media coverage of traumatic events may fuel long-term distress
Pig brains have been partly revived after death - what does this mean?
How to understand the risk of a bacon sandwich giving you bowel cancer


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22/04/2019 10:46:39 PM
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How US–China political tensions are affecting science Conference travel, research visas, science funding and security clearance are all touched by the geopolitics.
Fearsome ancient carnivore discovered after fossil lingered for decades in museum drawer Twenty-two-million-year-old bones reveal a meat-eater that ruled long before the big cats.
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