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Science Fun of the Week

(September 22nd, 2017) Get ready for your weekly dose of scienc fun. Today: cool chemistry.

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History Revealed

(September 21st, 2017) By analysing 10,000-year old DNA, Swedish researchers show when fish colonialised Swedish lakes.

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Connecting Plants and Society

(September 19th, 2017) In July, plant scientists from around the world agreed on a new roadmap for plant science and signed the Shenzhen Declaration.

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Run the Experiments (17) - The Confession

(September 18th, 2017) Here's a new episode of Lab Times' serialised crime story.

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Science Fun of the Week

(September 15th, 2017) Get ready for your weekly dose of science fun. Today: Prize-winning ear research.

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Power of the Mind

(September 14th, 2017) Do you want to be more creative? No problem; scientists in Israel say it only needs some mind trickery.

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Belated Revolution

(September 12th, 2017) Information Exchange Groups could have revolutionised science communication long ago - if only they hadn't been “strangulated” shortly after birth. What can their deaths teach us about the rising trend of preprinting?

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Run the Experiments (16) - Caught in the Act

(September 11th, 2017) Here's a new episode of Lab Times' serialised crime story.

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Science Fun of the Week

(September 8th, 2017) Get ready for your weekly dose of scienc fun. Today: The taxonomy of plastic plants.

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Clear and Comprehensible

(September 7th, 2017) Four neuroscientists from Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm screened 700,000 abstracts and discovered that scientific texts have become harder and harder to understand.

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Toxic Findings

(September 5th, 2017) Just a few nanogram per kg body weight can kill a human. Recently, scientists in Sweden and the US discovered a new form of botulinum toxin.

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Run the Experiments (15) - The Visit

(September 4th, 2017) Here's a new episode of Lab Times' serialised crime story.

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