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Archaeology and Anthropology

Archaeology can help us learn from history how to build a sustainable future for food

An archaeobotanist from the University of Oxford, Kelly Reed, has suggested that ...

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Chemistry

The countryside – a place of fresh air?

Renewed concerns have been raised surrounding farming’s potentially harmful effects to...

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Chemistry

Diamonds Aren’t Forever But Carmeltazite Could Be

In the dusty and hot depths of northern Israel, something remarkable was recently discovered in the ...

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Earth Sciences

Get Your McFalafel! A Happy Meal For A Happy Planet

The loyal disciples of  veganism grow in their numbers with every passing year. Talks of veganuary ...

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Biological Sciences

EspresSOS: The Uncertain Future of Coffee

Fuel for your all night-er to make your coursework submission deadline? A necessary pick-me-up befor...

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Biochemistry

Moon Flies and Cosmic Cotton: A Glimpse into the Future

Natural Scientists and those with otherworldly interests will be in awe of man’s latest achieveme...

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Earth Sciences

Not so chilly: how global warming is most apparent where it’s coldest

Despite being the fifth largest continent, Antarctica has remained the most distant and remote place...

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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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Earth Sciences

Norway’s North Sea advantage set to widen

Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS), hailed as the ‘Get Out of Jail (CO2) Free’ techn...

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Biological Sciences

Tardigrade: The World’s Most Amazing Animal!

A list of the world’s most impressive animals would likely consist of those famed for their st...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

How Many People Does It Take To Build Stonehenge?

For centuries, experts have been baffled by the mystery of how Prehistoric Britons transported the b...

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Archaeology and Anthropology

Supermoons and Martian Water

Is it a bird, is it a plane? No, it’s a supermoon. Astronomers and Physics applicants have been e...

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