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Saturn’s moon Titan has an alien lake district that looks like Earth
The forgotten riches of the most densely biodiverse country on Earth
Our nearest neighbour Proxima Centauri may host a second exoplanet
Pristine mountains are being littered with microplastics from the air
There is water just under the surface of the moon that we could use
The 2018 heatwave may not have been possible without climate change
A touch-feely part of the brain helps you enjoy a gentle caress
Prescriptions for UTIs may be making antibiotic resistance even worse
We’re being overwhelmed by a deluge of insignificant decisions
A planet of nearly 8 billion people needs a new kind of green thinking
New species of human discovered in a cave in the Philippines
Everything you need to know about the first black hole image
We contain microbes so deeply weird they alter the very tree of life
A four-day work week could improve our health and cut carbon emissions
Millions of child asthma cases linked to traffic pollution every year
LIGO has spotted another gravitational wave just after turning back on
NASA says the International Space Station is covered in bacteria
Scotland’s HPV vaccine linked to ‘near elimination’ of cervical cancer
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