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Law

Where has Fan Bingbing gone?: China’s crackdown on corruption

Fan Bingbing was in 2015 described by Time magazine as China’s “most famous actress”.  Yet sh...

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Earth Sciences

E-I-E-I Snow: Did ancient farming prevent another Ice Age?

Stephen Vavrus of the University of Wisconsin recently said that “had it not been for early agricu...

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Chemistry

One for the price of two: the future of mobile displays

Handheld devices have developed at a rapid pace since the noughties inception of the smartphone move...

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Oriental & Middle Eastern Studies

Do modern LGBT rights align with ancient Indian religion?

Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code was introduced 1861 during the British rule of India.  It crim...

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Land Economy

Shop till you drop: The demise of the department store

The fire at the old headquarters of Littlewoods served as a fitting visual to the slow downturn in t...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

The Importance of Authenticity: Did Michael Jackson sing all his own songs?

Allegations have recently resurfaced as to whether Michael Jackson is in fact the vocalist on some t...

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English Literature

Tolkein, Le Guin, and the Prophetic Voice of Fantasy

A ‘new’ book by the late J.R.R Tolkien, published on the 30th of August, may well be his last. ...

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Biological Sciences

Animal Grief: Merely Crocodile Tears?

Do animals grieve? The question is a contentious one among scientists. In the era of the internet, t...

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History of Art

Objects of Dissent: Satire and Silliness through the Ages

A new exhibition at the British Museum, curated by Private Eye editor and TV personality Ian Hislop,...

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Biological Sciences

“Survival of the Sluggish”? New Research on Energy and Extinction

Recent research has shown that species that use the most energy day to day are actually more likely...

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Biological Sciences

Unintelligent Design? Cancer, Cataracts, and Irreducible Complexity

Intelligent design, often used as an argument for the existence of God, posits that the natural worl...

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Medicine

Resistance is Futile: The Rise of Transhumanism

Can you picture yourself as a cyborg? Do you yearn to transcend the limitations of feeble flesh? The...

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