Science Tutorials & How-Tos

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Posted by Alex Lee on February 9, 2018

Scientists have just made wood that is as strong as steel

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on February 9, 2018

Long live the new flesh: Researchers have made a robotic skin that can heal itself

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Posted by Edward Munn on February 9, 2018

11 things we love about the new London electric taxi

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Posted by Sandra Vogel on February 8, 2018

How the cloud can empower citizens to make energy decisions

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Posted by Alex Lee on February 8, 2018

There’s a reason why people with PTSD relapse after treatment, and it’s to do with the brain

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Posted by Alan Martin on February 8, 2018

Chimpanzee willpower is directly related to their smarts, so does self-control has an evolutionary role in intelligence?

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Posted by Thomas McMullan on February 8, 2018

TRAPPIST-1 planets could hold 250 times as much water as Earth

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Posted by Vaughn Highfield on February 7, 2018

Everyday Extinction is an Instagram-based reminder of human’s damage to our animal friends

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Posted by Alex Lee on February 7, 2018

Thinking positively about age could literally save you from developing dementia

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Posted by Edward Munn on February 7, 2018

Britain’s earliest modern settlers had dark skin and blue eyes, according to new research