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Should we be bothered?
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Should we be bothered?

February 22nd, 2016 | by NUSU
It’s a fact: Brits don’t care about global warming. Ciara Ritson-Courney explains what’s at...
Do humans dream of electric sheep, too?
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Do humans dream of electric sheep, too?

February 22nd, 2016 | by NUSU
Our understanding of what technology is might be a bit skewed. James McCoull addresses all technophobes out...
Peake performance on the ISS
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Peake performance on the ISS

February 22nd, 2016 | by NUSU
So, what do astronauts actually do in space? Errol Kerr gives us some insights into the day-to-day life of Time Peake, the only British astronaut on the international space station and the research he’s conducting up there...
The science and myth of Manflu
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The science and myth of Manflu

February 22nd, 2016 | by NUSU
Jordan Oloman investigates the urban legend of Manflu to decide once and for all, the truth of the...
To kiss or not to kiss?
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To kiss or not to kiss?

February 15th, 2016 | by NUSU
Pucker up, Natalie Farmer tells us why humans kiss and...
Love in the time of smart technology
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Love in the time of smart technology

February 15th, 2016 | by Iqra Choudhry
What are the implications of dating apps on our psychology? Iqra Choudhry explains that our brains adapt to new technology, while Amanda Yap argues that the rise of Tinder indicates the end of...
The myth of happily ever after
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The myth of happily ever after

February 15th, 2016 | by William Ibbott
Is it chemistry or just society structures that force us to look for and stay with The One? William Ibbott investigates the facts and myths behind the most elusive and most in-demand...
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Born to be a butterfingers

February 15th, 2016 | by NUSU
Two left feet, all fingers and thumbs, cack-handed. These are just a handful of the metaphors used to describe the more uncoordinated klutzes amoung us, but scientists say we can blame it on our brains, as Amanda Jane Yap...
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Weird, wacky & wonderful

February 15th, 2016 | by NUSU
Suffering the bane of buffering broadband this Christmas? Jordan Oloman blames it on those twinkling tree...
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Weird, wacky & wonderful: Mass Psychogenic Illness

February 15th, 2016 | by NUSU
Misery loves company especially in the case of Mass Psychogenic Illness as Jordan Oloman explains...