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  • Even jellyfish need to sleep
    Despite not having a brain, Cassiopeia jellyfish enter a sleep-like state at night and get sluggish if their rest is disturbed. Read more: http://ow.ly/nSrb30fksdY
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  • Thousands at risk in hurricane aftermath
    Hurricanes Harvey and Irma have killed around 200 people, but knock-on health effects will continue to take a toll in the weeks and years ahead. Read more: http://ow.ly/APBh30fgLMY
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  • Cosmic Shambles Live
    An explosion of science, comedy, music and general wonder. Make sure you’re on board for what is bound to be show like no other. Funky sounds! Nerdy wonders! Dazzling spreadsheets! Confused earthworms! And everything else besides. Featuring Matt Parker, Lucie Green and Helen Czerski and all hosted by the indomitable Robin Ince. Cosmic Shambles LIVE is a variety show that celebrates curiosity and...
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  • Dressing for the moon : How to Design a Spacesuit
    Space agencies around the world are aiming to land astronauts on the Moon in the coming decades. But a big question remains – how do you design a spacesuit for the Moon? A project that hasn’t been fully attempted since the Apollo missions almost half a century ago. We learn about the challenges that the Apollo astronauts encountered on the Moon, the lunar exploration missions planned by global s...
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  • Hurricane Irma recovery will take years
    As Hurricane Irma continues to head north, now downgraded to a “tropical depression”, it leaves behind a trail of destruction across the Caribbean and southern Florida. Read more:http://ow.ly/6Lf930f5NZX
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  • Extreme Language: The Genes that let us speak
    Discover the key to spoken language, and see just how much influence it has had in our brains, and in our evolution. Our unparalleled capacity for complex spoken language is one of the most intriguing but elusive aspects of being human. Scientists are uncovering critical genes, such as FOXP2, that may provide the first answers to this enigma. A regulatory gene that mediates the plasticity of cer...
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  • Life in the Deepest Places on Earth
    Meet the fish living 8,000 metres beneath sea level, on the depths of the ocean floor. The deep sea was long considered devoid of life. Then in the last century, great advances in exploration proved that life existed even on the deepest spots of the ocean floor: the Mariana, Kermadec and New Hebrides Trenches around the Pacific Rim. Scientific understanding of these extreme environments lags grea...
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  • The Science and Creativity of Dance
    Driven by an insatiable curiosity about movement and its creative potentials, Wayne McGregor explores the science and creativity of dance. Wayne McGregor’s experiments have led him into collaborative dialogue with an array of artistic forms, scientific disciplines, and technological interventions. Most recently McGregor premiered Multiverse, Obsidian Tear and Woolf Works for The Royal Ballet, Tre...
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  • Cassini's grand finale
    The Saturn mission will come to a spectacular end on 15 September as the probe dives into the planet's atmosphere. Read more at https://www.newscientist.com/round-up/cassini/
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  • The biggest solar flare in 12 years
    X-class solar flares are the largest explosions in the solar system, often accompanied by twisting ropes of plasma ten times the size of Earth that curl up off the sun’s surface. Read more: http://ow.ly/NG5e30eYCnw
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  • Shaking the Dinosaur Tree
    66 million years later – could we have got the terrible lizards all wrong? Dinosaurs are the most iconic of extinct animals, famous for their gigantic size and fearsome appearance. However, although the dinosaur story ended with a bang – when a meteorite wiped them all out, with the exception of their descendants, the birds – it began with a whimper. The first dinosaurs were small, obscure creatu...
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  • Humans are still evolving, suggests study
    In the 20th century, people in the UK evolved to be less likely to smoke heavily and get Alzheimer’s, but the changes were subtle and may not last. Read more: http://ow.ly/lNHN30eWNqi
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  • Is life Quantum Mechanical?
    The science behind the origins of life might have more to do with quantum theory than biology. Despite quantum mechanics being arguably the most powerful and successful theory in all of science, biologists have thus managed not to have to deal with this strange description of the subatomic world. However, there is now compelling evidence that enzymes use the process known as quantum tunnelling to ...

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