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Content provided by “New Scientist”, 04 March 2019.
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Hacking just 1 in 10 cars could gridlock all of the roads in Manhattan
How neuroscience is exploding the myth of male and female brains
Bill Gates’s pancake problem – and three more pancakes in science
Wikipedia’s civil wars show how we can heal ideological divides online
A gel made from urea has molecules that resemble friendship bracelets
EU sued for making global warming worse by subsidising wood burning
Physicist Jim Al-Khalili: Why my debut sci-fi novel is true to science
An AI has created music based on Bach – but will an audience notice?
Here’s my favourite element – what’s yours?
Three reasons why the periodic table needs a redesign
Inside the Russian factory making the heaviest atoms in the universe
Your genetic data can be exploited without you ever knowing about it
Weekend lie-in can’t undo the health damage caused by lack of sleep
Purple or brown? This 3D-printed cup changes colour in different light
Engineered yeast can brew up the active ingredients in cannabis plants
Earth could warm by 14°C as growing emissions destroy crucial clouds
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