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I haven’t jumped on the Corbyn express: Chris T-T: Interview (Part Two)

'If you sing about anything other than universal themes, you put people off'...

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Sneezy Does It: Pollen as Fertilizer

Dastardly whitecoats plan botanical cannabilism as plants forced to eat plants ...

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‘I hope I can turn it down.’ Chris T-T Contemplates a Quieter Life (Interview)

Like holding back the tide, folk singer and reluctant activist Chris T-T struggles to adapt to a life without opinions...

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How Goldfish Make Alcohol

Scientists reveal how goldfish make alcohol to survive without oxygen ...

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The Biology of Colour (and Why There are No Purple Cows)

Study explores advances and challenges in the field of animal coloration...

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Crispy Jellyfish: Coming Soon to a Buddha Bowl Near You

New methods of preparation mean jellyfish may soon be accepted as a healthy snack...

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Summer Superfood Alert: Red Algae

What makes red algae so different and why should we care? ...

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Don’t Fear the Reaper: Domestication of Seeds was Earlier than We Thought

Synchrotron light used to show human domestication of seeds from 2000 BC ...

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Is Altitude Sickness Harshing Your Midlife Crisis? Fixed.

Acetaminophen: A viable alternative for preventing acute mountain sickness ...

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When the Whine… Stops. How to Manipulate Mosquitoes

Researchers use light to manipulate mosquitoes ...

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We Don’t Need New Politics, We Need New Gods

What deities should be placed before the God of Money?...

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Grass Roots and Green Shoots: At Jeremy Corbyn’s Allotment

What's mostly green but red all over? ...

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Better Ways to Harness Wind Power

It's a breeze: How to harness the power of the wind ...

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Did You Know Sydney Harbour’s Dirty Secret?

Beautiful but burpy: Sydney Harbour's toxic emissions are equivalent to 200 cars on the roads ...

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Where Were the Lawnmowers Radicalized?

Lawn mower injuries send 13 children to the emergency department every day ...

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Stronger, Bo(u)lder: Rock Hugging Against Depression

Bouldering envisioned as new treatment for depression ...

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Did You Know When Aussie Brown Snakes are even MORE Venomous?

Discovering the key to what makes the Eastern Brown Snake's venom even more potent...

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Some Corals Are Adapting to Global Warming. Some Aren’t.

WCS coral expert finds that some reefs were less sensitive to warming water over time...

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Could Artificial Photosynthesis = Global Cooling? Ask a Boffin

Scientist invents way to trigger artificial photosynthesis to clean air ...

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Snap Your Shiny Suspenders for Sustainable Rubber

Findings by Delaware scientists could transform the multi-billion-dollar plastics and rubber industries...

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Know Your Moles: The Star-Nosed Mole

Strange-looking creature yields surprising insights about nerves, brains and extreme adaptation...

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Frog Slime: The Cure for the Common Cold… Almost

Frog slime kills flu virus ...

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Shell Beans, Not Schools: In Search of the WIld Fava Bean

Seeds from a site in Northern Israel are the ancestors of today's fava beans...

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Sex Obsession Kills Snakes! Randy Reptiles’ Reckless Rutting

Snake orgy research reveals s-s-secret to longer life...

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The Anthropocene Era: Setting it in Stone

Rocks that tell our industrial history ...

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Risky Business: Farming in a Time of Climate Change

Farming becoming riskier under climate change ...

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The Ranavirus: How Do You Give Antibiotics to a Toad?

A virus lethal to amphibians is spreading across Portugal ...

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Stop Playing God! The Downside to Resurrecting Extinct Species

Resurrecting extinct species might come at a terrible cost ...

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Going Anywhere for your Hols? Basking Sharks like Winter Sun too.

Winter habits of Britain's basking sharks revealed ...

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It’s Why They Call it Skunk: Cannabis and Pollution

Legal marijuana sales creating escalating damage to the environment ...

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