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Suitably Complex Brutality: Red Before Black (Cannibal Corpse)

Focus, work ethic, rhythmic dexterity and lots of entrails...

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Energy from electric cars could power our lives - but only if we improve the system ...

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The Many Uses of Dead Baby Whales

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New Methods for Avoiding Mortuary Mixups

Serious mortuary errors could be reduced by applying common patient safety protocols ...

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Bloomberg New Contemporaries

When the idea is to introduce new voices in contemporary art, it helps not to have the judging panel overshadow the artists...

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Loitered Lens: UK Subs and The Angry Agenda

Grassroots garage punk brings a dose of righteous anger to The Flag...

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Is This a Bad Time? 24-hour Working

More needs to be done to ensure 24-hour working is not the new norm ...

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You're never too old to kick out those jams. Mr Big lay into Shepherds Bush Empire...

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Alchemical Ponderings – Where Exactly Does Gold Come From?

An international group of scientists reveals the mystery about the origin of gold ...

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The Space That Holds the Stars

Professor Bobby Acharya on the Depth of Dimensions in Physics and Mathematics...

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The Flip Side: Are Blue Whales Left or Right ‘Handed’?

Scientists discover most blue whales are 'right-handed' - except when they swim upward ...

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Shamanic Falterings Amongst the Valleys of Tone

Musician Ben Frost meanders at the ICA 2017...

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Less Drudge, More Trudge: Employees Demand More Walking

Employees want to sit down less and walk more during work days ...

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Loitered Lens: Frieze London International 2017- Sculpture Garden

Colour and comment: A look back at Frieze 2017...

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Be Nice to Cows, Science Says So

Brazilian study shows how small changes on farms can lower stress levels of cattle...

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Crusty Hero Makes Bad: Lost in Vagueness

When the wild side is your USP, don't be surprised when all hell breaks loose...

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Bubble, bubble, plop! Your Dad Didn’t Invent Homebrew Wine

Archaeologists find earliest evidence of winemaking...

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Eyes on the Prize for Bloomberg New Contemporaries

Student artists chase the Bloomberg prize at the Baltic...

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Deep Sleep, Deep Effects: The Dangers of Insufficient Sleep

Studying sleep's profound and extensive effects on brain function ...

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Death (Sentence) Metal: Not a Crime [Tarantist]

Iranian Metal goes one step further - TarantisT now sing in Farsi...

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Can Coloured Light Calm an Argument?

Blue lighting is proven to help us relax faster than white lighting after an argument ...

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Blush Response (Interview)

'I don’t know what a Berlin album is but it’s definitely a me album'...

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Count Yourself Confident! Self-Esteem in Numbers

Discovered: The equation that can map self esteem in the brain...

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Darkness at the Edge of Town

Mass shootings are a reflection of a culture that used guns to create itself...

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Mega-Rats! Does Accelerated Living = Accelerated Evolution?

Explosion of rats, clovers, bedbugs, mosquitoes unintended evolutionary consequence of urbanization...

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Artistry in Assembly: Lillianna Pereira

Human experience (including the artist's) is not necessarily unique...

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Don’t Throw Stones! Inside the Smart Solar Greenhouse

Solar greenhouses generate electricity and grow healthy crops ...

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Bouncing, thrashing and panty-flashing with The Birthday Massacre ...

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