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The north pole is moving and if it flips, life on Earth is in trouble

The north pole is moving and if it flips, life on Earth is in trouble

The secrets of how sharks survived so many of Earth’s mass extinctions

Shocking evidence shows people in vegetative states may be conscious

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Ocean Outbreak

The mysterious diseases killing starfish, sea fans and shellfish

pink boat

The Extinction Rebellion book is short on science but big on action

Lung cancer cells dividing

We could kill cancer cells by hijacking their odd electrical current

iguanodon

How palaeontology got cool: Inside the revolution in dinosaur science

fungus in petri dish

Deadly drug-resistant fungal disease has ‘infested’ New York City

A picture taken on June 28, 2019 shows a pharmacy screen sign indicating the temperature of 44 degrees Celsius in Carpentras, south-eastern France

European heatwave: France hits highest recorded temperature of 45.1°C

IN DEPTH

New Scientist Debate: emerging threats from disruptive technologies

New Scientist Debate: emerging threats from disruptive technologies

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homemade robot

Electronics projects for beginners: How to make a roaming robot

MRI scanner

AIs that diagnose diseases are starting to assist and replace doctors

faces in crowd

I travelled to a future where AI cameras track your every move

Ruth Mace on human evolution and surviving the apocalypse with yaks

Ruth Mace on human evolution and surviving the apocalypse with yaks

crew on the Franklin expedition

Chernobyl and The Terror docu-dramas expose horror’s many faces

EDITOR’S CHOICE

Mark Zuckerberg

Libra: What is Facebook’s new cryptocurrency and can we trust it?

gut microbes

A severe autoimmune condition may be triggered by ‘good’ gut bacteria

dog looking at owner

Dogs evolved a special muscle that lets them make puppy dog eyes

Magnetic fields at the centre of the Milky Way

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

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