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How many steps a day do you really need? Spoiler: It isn't 10,000

How many steps a day do you really need? Spoiler: It isn’t 10,000

Koalas burned in wildfires can be now saved but the treatment is gross

Mission to Mars: The complete guide to getting to the Red Planet

LATEST

Everything you need to know about the hospital food listeria outbreak

Everything you need to know about the hospital food listeria outbreak

Magnetic fields at the centre of the Milky Way

Our galaxy’s central black hole is oddly quiet – now we may know why

Godzilla

Godzilla: King of the Monsters reveals our obsession with radiation

CGI image of musician lil dicky in his music video Earth

The musicians helping make climate change a cultural movement

cartoon

Dark matter can’t be seen, so this gallery is making it sing

A crepe being made

How to make the perfect crêpe according to fluid dynamics

IN DEPTH

hand

Fate vs free will: A new book clarifies the determinism debate

How to make a theremin with a light sensor

How to make a theremin with a light sensor

mice cartoon

End the scandalous male data bias that determines women’s health

Star Trek

How Star Trek’s warp drives touch on one of physics’ biggest mysteries

robotic arms

Robotic surgery is turning out to be an expensive fad

A drug may prevent Alzheimer’s but there are no plans to find out

A drug may prevent Alzheimer’s but there are no plans to find out

EDITOR’S CHOICE

Salamander

Oozing white mucus from giant salamanders makes excellent medical glue

Koala drinking

Thirsty koalas need bowls of water to survive increasingly hot climate

couple and child

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

Tana Joseph

Tana Joseph: The Hubble Space Telescope hooked me on science

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