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How many different types of dementia are there?
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Video streaming consumes 3% of global electricity, a new study examines how this is changing.
Modelling the human gut on a chip
Video streaming consumes 3% of global electricity, a new study examines how streaming habits contribute.
Teenagers weigh in on the debate...
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Dark matter might be WIMPs - weakly-interacting massive particles. But what are they? How do we detect them?
We say there's five times as much dark matter as regular matter - let's think about how much that actually is.
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A new test can tell which patients will benefit from early aggressive therapy for inflammatory bowel diseases
What can we learn about dark matter from cosmological simulations? Colin DeGraf is here to tell us.
Viruses offer an alternative to antibiotics for treating resistant bacterial infections.
A primer on dark matter - history of observations, and what we know, with Astronomer Royal Martin Rees.
We take a look at our listener feedback...
Injured lungs, previously unfit for transplant, can be repaired and then transplanted using a new technique.
‘When I exhale there are carbon atoms in my breath, how long ago were they in my food or drink?’
Should there be a limit on how much testosterone a woman can have?
Wasps are capable of “transitive inference”, a cognitive skill previously thought to be unique to humans.