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How celebrities have fuelled the amazing rise in pseudoscience
Nobel-winner Paul Nurse on Brexit: ‘The UK is turning in on itself’
Arsenic-munching caterpillars may ingest poison to prevent being eaten
Hawkward! ‘Expert’ birdwatchers misidentify common birds as rarities
Japan inches towards building a successor to Large Hadron Collider
Mae Jemison: The astronaut plotting a journey to other stars
Women in physics: Why there’s a problem and how we can solve it
Meet the super-smeller who can diagnose Parkinson’s at a sniff
Your 5G guide: Will we all benefit from super-quick mobile internet?
Exclusive: Brain zap therapy for aggression to be tested on prisoners
China plans world’s first deep sea base, complete with robot subs
I’m travelling the world to collect poo for the good of humankind
MMR vaccine does not cause autism, study once again confirms
Bill Gates’s pancake problem – and three more pancakes in science
A gel made from urea has molecules that resemble friendship bracelets
Mice given ‘night vision’ by injecting nanoparticles into their eyes
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