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AI could monitor farms from space to look for illegal pollution
3D facial analysis could help identify children with rare conditions
UK wants to curb fake news and cyberbullying with new internet laws
Speaking at least one other language may make us more humane
NASA says the International Space Station is covered in bacteria
ULEZ: London is cleaning up its dirty air but what about other cities?
Most animals can’t keep a beat despite what Darwin believed
A chimp’s hug shows it’s time to accept that animals have feelings too
The Northern Lights make a mysterious noise and now we might know why
David Attenborough’s Our Planet on Netflix is beautiful but empty
The illnesses caused by a disconnect between brain and mind
Sorry, but NASA probably isn’t sending astronauts to the moon in 2024
Scotland’s HPV vaccine linked to ‘near elimination’ of cervical cancer
Pet cats know their names they just sometimes prefer to ignore you
Story of most murderous people of all time revealed in ancient DNA
NASA cancels first all-women spacewalk due to spacesuit size issue
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