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The mighty T. rexcomes to terrifying life, complete with feathers

Thousands of unknown underwater mountains found in Earth’s oceans

The key to combating extremism is to address its social roots

Huge meteor explosion over Earth last year went unnoticed until now

World’s most endangered marine mammal is now down to 10 animals

Students join massive global strike against climate change


Too much sunscreen? Why avoiding the sun could damage your health

Our wooden future: making cars, skyscrapers and even lasers from wood

AI-powered smartphone cameras are changing the way we see reality

UK science salaries top £40k for the first time

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It will be ‘snowing’ nitrogen on Pluto for the next century


Black holes and lasers could let us cheat at interstellar travel

Ethnic minorities produce less pollution but are exposed to more

MMR vaccine does not cause autism, study once again confirms

Exclusive: Brain zap therapy for aggression to be tested on prisoners

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