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This experimental drug trial saw cancer vanish in every patient
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Meet the man testing psychedelics to solve the mental health crisis
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Collateral damage: How sanctions on Russia are hurting science too
The Ukraine war has all but halted decades-long scientific cooperation between the West and Russia, from space to climate research.
'Night solar panels' that work in the dark could be just as productive
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Astronomers spot the most distant galaxy on record
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UN panel to release report on efforts to curb climate change
A United Nations-backed panel is due to release a highly anticipated new report on the world's efforts to curb global warming.
The map of our DNA is finally complete. Here's why it matters
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Is modifying the genes of our cats the way to solve pet allergies?
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Infertility cure? Meet the scientist using 3D printing to create sperm
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Dubai's Museum of the Future
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Vaccine sculptures and textbook drawings: Where do art & science meet?
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What is 'de-extinction' and can animals be brought back from the dead?
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The long-awaited UN climate change report is out. How bad is it?
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