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Uncovering Clues About the Arctic’s Past Climate in Old Whaling Logs

IN THE THIRD week of May 1827, the wood-built, double-hulled Dordon sailed in Canada’s eastern Arctic under wet snowfall. By early morning it...

How simple changes could improve secondary school choices

Ian Walker, Lancaster University Each year, parents in England face the difficult decision of choosing which secondary school they...

Trump’s China ‘decoupling’ and coronavirus: why 2020 upheaval won’t kill globalisation

Niccolò Pisani, International Institute for Management Development (IMD) The sudden stop of the global economy in 2020 has brought...

Refugee Week Global Multi-Media Exhibition

“Push. Swim. Come on. Loneliness as I kicked, knowing that this was all on me. Her life. Everything was down to what...

Neuralink: brain hacking is exceptionally hard, no matter what Elon Musk says

Andrew Jackson, Newcastle University If thoughts, feelings and other mental activities are nothing more than electrochemical signals flowing around...

We’ve known for over a century that our environment shapes our health, so why are we still blaming unhealthy lifestyles?

Rob Noonan, University of Liverpool We’re healthier and live longer than our ancestors, yet we’re constantly reminded of deaths...

What will be the environmental impact of the Mauritius oil spill?

The environmental crisis unfolding in Mauritius is a stark reminder of the fragility of terrestrial-marine ecosystems. The island’s lagoons are biodiversity hotspots that have...

Bearing the Burden: Why Clean Water Is Vital to Elevating Women and Girls out of Poverty

Access to clean water is more than just a health issue – it’s the key to gender equality and female empowerment in...

Afghanistan’s future: the core issues at stake as Taliban sits down to negotiate ending 19-year war

Kaweh Kerami, SOAS, University of London A delegation from the Taliban has arrived in the Qatari capital Doha to...

How trust returned to Rwanda, for most but not all

Violent conflict always leads to a wide array of devastation. People are killed, infrastructure is destroyed, and lives are changed forever. It...

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