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The seven greatest unsolved mysteries in the mathematical world: solve them and win $1million!
A look inside one of the most spectacular feats of engineering: the jet engine.
Vampires might be on to something: does the key to reversing aging lie in our blood?
Trains are one of the most 'green' forms of travel, but how can we make them even more energy efficient?
What is the purpose, if any, of pain? Would we be better off without it?
Follow Rosie's time with the Naked Scientists in this weekly diary
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Not the bees! Where do they disappear to during the colder months?
Could we vaccinate people to prevent them from becoming addicts?
How do we know where planes are in the sky, and why do we occasionally lose them?
How a special type of glass could help in early cancer detection...
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Scientists can now research and explore hidden corners of the world... with drones!
Does fox hunting actually work as a form of pest control?
Why identical twins are not so identical after all..
A perspective on the recent controversy involving Tim Hunt's comments on women in science.
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How low frequency sound gives some animals a peek into the future...