UK has halved air pollution deaths since 1970 but must still do more
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UK has halved air pollution deaths since 1970 but must still do more

Central Press/GettyBy Adam Vaughan The number of early deaths in the UK linked to breathing…

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Non-addictive CRISPR-edited tobacco could help eliminate smoking
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Non-addictive CRISPR-edited tobacco could help eliminate smoking

Growing low-nicotine tobacco could help people stop smokingDescription:zakir hossain chowdhury/Barcroft Media via Getty By Michael…

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Exposure to air pollution seems to negatively affect women’s fertility
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Exposure to air pollution seems to negatively affect women’s fertility

Munshi Ahmed/Bloomberg via Getty By New Scientist Staff and Press Association Air pollution seems to…

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An Arctic fox made an epic 4400-kilometre-long journey over sea ice
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An Arctic fox made an epic 4400-kilometre-long journey over sea ice

A satellite collar being fitted to an Arctic foxElise Strømseng By Adam PopescuAn Arctic fox…

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Second world war bomb explodes after three-quarters of a century
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Second world war bomb explodes after three-quarters of a century

A crater left by a second world war bomb that exploded in Germany this weekBORIS…

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IVF success rates peak as only one in four attempts achieve pregnancy
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IVF success rates peak as only one in four attempts achieve pregnancy

Success rates for two fertility treatments have peakedVioleta Stoimenova/Getty By Clare WilsonThe success rates for…

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Solar farms could be wildlife havens that tackle biodiversity crisis
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Solar farms could be wildlife havens that tackle biodiversity crisis

Are solar farms good for biodiversity?Adrian Arbib/Alamy By Adam VaughanSolar farms could help address the…

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Unique chance to confirm there is methane – and perhaps life – on Mars
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Unique chance to confirm there is methane – and perhaps life – on Mars

Is there methane on Mars?NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS By Daniel CossinsNASA’s Curiosity rover has sniffed out methane on…

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Gut bacteria might influence how our brains develop as children
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Gut bacteria might influence how our brains develop as children

Do gut microbes influence brain development?iStock/Getty By Adam VaughanThe microbes in our guts might play…

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Mars meteorite assault stopped 500 million years earlier than thought
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Mars meteorite assault stopped 500 million years earlier than thought

The surface of Mars, with southern highlands coloured orangeNASA/JPL-Caltech By Donna LuA period of intense…

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Can your gut bacteria really make you a better runner?
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Can your gut bacteria really make you a better runner?

The microbiome could be linked to running performanceOLGA AKMEN/AFP/Getty By Adam VaughanWant to become a…

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Storing sperm in a freezer for a decade hardly affects birth rates
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Storing sperm in a freezer for a decade hardly affects birth rates

Frozen sperm stored in liquid nitrogen at a sperm bankTHOMAS FREDBERG/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY By New…

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Freezing embryos doesn’t boost IVF success rate despite common use
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Freezing embryos doesn’t boost IVF success rate despite common use

Freezing embryos may not improve IVF success ratesBSIP/Universal Images Group via Getty By Clare WilsonA…

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Yazılıkaya: A 3000-year-old Hittite mystery may finally be solved
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Yazılıkaya: A 3000-year-old Hittite mystery may finally be solved

Some call Yazılıkaya in Turkey the Sistine Chapel of Hittite religious artGetty By Colin BarrasFOR…

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Religion must rise to the challenge of climate change too
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Religion must rise to the challenge of climate change too

Giuseppe Ciccia/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty ImagesBy Graham Lawton IN 2011, when the Republican party took…

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Labelling people
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Labelling people

Josie FordBy Furaha Asani MEASLES is making a shocking return to the US. At the…

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End the scandalous male data bias that determines women’s health
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End the scandalous male data bias that determines women’s health

Josie FordBy Caroline Criado-Perez IN 2016, a group of researchers in Canada released a paper…

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WordPress Resources at SiteGround
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WordPress Resources at SiteGround

WordPress is an award-winning web software, used by millions of webmasters worldwide for building their…

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