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Tuesday, February 27, 2024



    Mean Parents-Aspire to be one

    Parenting is a career that no one ever trained in but luckily comes with experience. The bottom line is, every parent means good and...

    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 a vast network of brain cells,...

    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 caused by war, terrorism and natural...

    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 also, however,...

    Free ports could help Britain take back control and keep trade flowing with the EU

    Alejandro Riaño, City, University of London and Fabrice Defever, City, University of London Britain is considering opening free ports to shore up its economy when...

    Origins of life: new evidence first cells could have formed at the bottom of the ocean

    Where did life come from? In recent years, many scientists have shifted from favouring a “primordial soup” in pools of water to hydrothermal vents deep in...

    How coronavirus highlights the everyday challenges of people with learning disabilities

    Certain groups in society are often labelled as “vulnerable”. If you belong to one of these groups – as an older person, or someone...


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