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A migrating breast cancer cells

Breast cancer spreads through the body in just two or three waves

The parenting myth: How kids are raised matters less than you think

How antibiotic resistance is driven by pharmaceutical pollution

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forest elephants

African elephant poaching is falling at last – but it’s still too high

Sophie Scott

Neuroscientist Sophie Scott on why we laugh and a love of thermostats

a man lying on a bed reading a book

Even dim candlelight before bed is bright enough to disrupt sleep

A green monkey

Monkeys use their ‘eagle’ call to warn each other about drones

Osmosis show

Netflix’s Osmosis creates a world of terror amid the high-tech love

moon artwork

Celebrate the moon with the best films, books and festivals

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Moon

The moon revealed as an object of endless fascination and desire

Minecraft on Nintendo

Minecraft competition will challenge AIs to become expert engineers

Rage, tech and Miley Cyrus: What the new Black Mirror will bring

Rage, tech and Miley Cyrus: What the new Black Mirror will bring

Now The War of the Worlds has spread to inner space

Now The War of the Worlds has spread to inner space

Jupiter's swirling cloud formations

By Jupiter! How the solar system’s giant made Earth ripe for life

New Scientist Debate: emerging threats from disruptive technologies

New Scientist Debate: emerging threats from disruptive technologies

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Walklake scan a pupil

Robots conduct daily health inspections of schoolchildren in China

Angela Saini video interview: The return of race in mainstream science

Angela Saini video interview: The return of race in mainstream science

Bubble universe

Mini universes could be constantly exploding at every point in space

The kilogram has been transformed as new definition takes hold

The kilogram has been transformed as new definition takes hold

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