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Academy Getting to grips with consciousness Expand your horizons with a course on one of the greatest philosophical and scientific mysteries of all: consciousness. Our experts will ...
Eat yourself young
GROWING old is usually seen as one of life’s inevitabilities, but that hasn’t stopped the anti-ageing industry from flourishing, based on hopes and claims of delaying our expir ...
Roe v Wade is overturned
ON 24 JUNE, the US Supreme Court repealed Roe v Wade, the 1973 ruling that protected the right to an abortion. President Joe Biden called the decision “a realisation of an extrem ...
Can monkeypox be controlled?
FAR from being brought under control, the monkeypox outbreak is growing rapidly. As of 28 June, more than 4000 confirmed cases had been reported worldwide since the outbreak emerge ...
UK could launch its own post-Brexit science programme in September
THE UK will launch its own version of the European Union’s €100 billion Horizon research scheme in September if a deal on continued access can’t be reached, says the UK scien ...
Accept we won’t meet 1.5°C climate target, says report
THE failure of the world to act seriously on cutting greenhouse gas emissions means meeting its 1.5°C climate change goal is implausible, according to two scientists calling for h ...
Glycaemic index doesn’t reliably predict blood sugar
PEOPLE with prediabetes who eat the same foods as each other can end up with very different blood sugar levels. These findings, which were presented at the online American Society ...
Reddit saves millions by relying on unpaid moderators
REDDIT moderators provide $3.4 million worth of unpaid labour to keep the platform relatively free of unsavoury content. The social news website relies on moderators to maintain co ...
Artificially intelligent robot perpetuates racist and sexist prejudices
A VIRTUAL robot running an artificial intelligence model carries out actions that keep alive racist and sexist prejudices, highlighting the issues that exist when tech learns from ...
Rogue planets with weird atmospheres could host life
PLANETS with thick atmospheres may be able to host liquid water – and even life – on their surfaces. The temperate conditions that allow for liquid water may persist for billio ...
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