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31 Mar
Looking good… or bad: Software that uses a 3D image of your face can predict how quickly your body is ageing







31 Mar
Every tumour is unique – could armies of cancer-infested mice avatars help find the best drugs for each individual? (full text available to subscribers)







31 Mar
The world's largest study of brain structure and socioeconomic status shows parental wealth affects the size of a child's brain - and their intelligence







31 Mar
Later this year, all babies in the UK will begin receiving jabs against the country's most common form of meningitis







30 Mar
From spyware designed to catch students misbehaving to police tracking rioters by phone, we are spied on as never before, reveals a book by Bruce Schneier







30 Mar
Why do English speakers struggle to identify even common smells like cinnamon, asks linguist Asifa Majid. Is it down to language itself, or our environment?







30 Mar
Hungarian-born Bauhaus artist Gyorgy Kepes placed leaves and other objects on top of photo-sensitive paper to create striking, monochrome "photograms"
30 Mar
A potion made from a medieval medical recipe killed MRSA bacteria in the lab, raising hopes it could lead to new treatments for modern-day skin infections
30 Mar
War isn't just for the history books. Bombs, munitions testing and chemical weapons dumps have left an indelible legacy on geology (full text available to subscribers)
29 Mar
All eyes are on the space drama unfolding in the asteroid belt. It matters not a jot whether Ceres is a planet or a dwarf







29 Mar
An exhibition at London's Science Museum and a philosophising book explore our desire for food, while another new book exposes the food industry's dark secrets







28 Mar
Our surroundings can influence the words we use and feed into life's twists and turns, as two new books explore







28 Mar
Two centuries ago the biggest volcanic eruption in history unleashed mayhem across the world. Are we prepared for an inevitable repeat, asks Bill McGuire







28 Mar
Research quoted by the UK's former environment minister to reject a ban on neonicotinoids may suggest that the pesticides do harm bees after all







28 Mar
GPS trackers placed on five pandas in a nature reserve in China show they sometimes hang out together for weeks at a time







28 Mar
Alpha Centauri, just 4.3 light years away, may hold two planets like our own, according to observations with the Hubble Space Telescope







28 Mar
A citizen science project in Los Angeles has discovered 30 previously unknown species of fly







28 Mar
The Red Planet cleans up our mess for us within a few years, a new study shows – which could be important for NASA's next lander







28 Mar
Creating reserves where fishing is banned doesn't just boost fish populations, it also makes them more resilient to big climate events such as cyclones







28 Mar
After the Germanwings air crash in France, the mental state of co-pilot Andreas Lubitz has come under scrutiny. How does the industry check the health of flight crew?
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