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Ancient Roman road discovered at the bottom of the Venice lagoon | New Scientist
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  • Level 12
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Last meal of a man mummified in a bog reconstructed after 2400 years | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
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  • 07/25/2021 05:06
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Cockatoos are figuring out how to open bins by copying each other | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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  • 07/25/2021 04:04
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Who counts as an astronaut? Not Jeff Bezos, say new US rules | New Scientist
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  • Level 9
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  • 07/25/2021 03:07
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World’s first commercial deep-space communications antenna opens in UK | New Scientist
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  • Level 12
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  • 07/25/2021 01:08
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What would become of dogs without humans? Here’s how they’d evolve | New Scientist
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  • Level 8
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  • 07/24/2021 22:06
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The eternal debate about the eternal inflation of the universe | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
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  • 07/24/2021 21:04
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Baby pterosaurs could fly within minutes of hatching from their eggs | New Scientist
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  • Level 6
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  • 07/24/2021 20:08
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What life will be like now England's covid-19 restrictions have lifted | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
  • 488words
  • 07/24/2021 20:08
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We thought our eyes turned off when moving quickly, but that's wrong | New Scientist
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  • Level 13
  • 156words
  • 07/24/2021 18:05
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Cryptic crossword #62: One way of delivering to scenic rocks (1-7) | New Scientist
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  • Level 12
  • 392words
  • 07/24/2021 18:05
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Last meal of a man mummified in a bog reconstructed after 2400 years | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 384words
  • 07/24/2021 16:09
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Ancient Roman road discovered at the bottom of the Venice lagoon | New Scientist
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  • Level 11
  • 384words
  • 07/24/2021 15:03
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Tomatoes have a kind of nervous system that warns about attacks | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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  • 07/24/2021 11:07
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Dogs will ignore you if they know you are lying, unlike young children | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
  • 374words
  • 07/24/2021 10:06
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Cockatoos are figuring out how to open bins by copying each other | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
  • 942words
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We have just two years to stop deep-sea mining from going ahead | New Scientist
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  • Level 18
  • 130words
  • 07/24/2021 08:05
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Termite gut microbes can help turn toxic wood into biofuels | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
  • 488words
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We thought our eyes turned off when moving quickly, but that's wrong | New Scientist
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  • Level 8
  • 632words
  • 07/24/2021 05:09
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Astronomers may have spotted a distant alien moon being born | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Vacuuming DNA from air can reveal which animals are present in an area | New Scientist
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  • Level 14
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  • 07/24/2021 01:04
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Stopwatch errors could make race times wrong by a tenth of a second | New Scientist
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  • Level 8
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  • 07/24/2021 01:03
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Essential oils help to stop invasive beetles from eating palm trees | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Who counts as an astronaut? Not Jeff Bezos, say new US rules | New Scientist
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  • Level 9
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  • 07/07/2021 11:10
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Fish are becoming addicted to methamphetamines seeping into rivers | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Vampire bats live in female-only groups and share their food | New Scientist
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  • Level 8
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  • 06/12/2021 02:04
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The European Space Agency is sending another spacecraft to Venus | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
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  • 06/12/2021 01:04
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Your ears give off alcohol and a test can reveal how much you've drunk | New Scientist
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  • Level 12
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  • 06/12/2021 00:03
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Don't Miss: Data art with David Spiegelhalter and Stefanie Posavec | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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  • 06/11/2021 21:06
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Should we start testing drugs and vaccines in people who are pregnant? | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
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  • 06/11/2021 20:06
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Quantum microscope can examine cells in unprecedented detail | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Uttarakhand flood was caused by rare rock and glacier avalanche | New Scientist
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  • Level 12
  • 382words
  • 06/11/2021 19:07
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China's Zhurong Mars rover took a group selfie with its lander | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 121words
  • 06/11/2021 18:06
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Many female animals are evolving to look more attractive to mates | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
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What does the climate crisis mean for buildings – great and small? | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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  • 06/11/2021 17:03
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What really makes junk food bad for us? Here’s what the science says | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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  • 06/11/2021 17:03
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Amazon buying MGM is just continuing a 40,000-year-old media tradition | New Scientist
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  • Level 8
  • 475words
  • 06/11/2021 16:07
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Tiny animal revived after 24,000 years entombed in Siberian permafrost | New Scientist
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  • Level 13
  • 1306words
  • 06/11/2021 16:07
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Google has mapped a piece of human brain in the most detail ever | New Scientist
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  • Level 16
  • 598words
  • 06/11/2021 15:07
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AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine may hinder blood clotting in rare cases | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Cyborg cockroach with camera ‘backpack’ can be steered remotely | New Scientist
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  • Level 17
  • 681words
  • 06/11/2021 13:06
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A single honeybee has cloned itself hundreds of millions of times | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Whale that travelled halfway around the world sets migration record | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
  • 432words
  • 06/11/2021 11:06
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Laughing gas has shown potential as a treatment for depression | New Scientist
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  • Level 13
  • 392words
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Coral reefs may start dissolving faster than they can grow by 2054 | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 346words
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Uttarakhand flood was caused by rare rock and glacier avalanche | New Scientist
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  • Level 8
  • 365words
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The European Space Agency is sending another spacecraft to Venus | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
  • 662words
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Quantum Life review: One man's journey from the streets to the stars | New Scientist
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  • Level 9
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Impossibly huge black holes may have come from weird ancient stars | New Scientist
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  • Level 12
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How large is a cubic metre of water? | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
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The New Scientist Photography Awards 2021 are now open for entries | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Amazon buying MGM is just continuing a 40,000-year-old media tradition | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
  • 383words
  • 06/11/2021 04:04
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DARPA drone interceptor seems to be armed with a form of Silly String | New Scientist
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  • Level 13
  • 1306words
  • 06/11/2021 04:03
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Google has mapped a piece of human brain in the most detail ever | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 291words
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What really makes junk food bad for us? Here’s what the science says | New Scientist
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  • Level 13
  • 120words
  • 06/11/2021 03:02
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Devi Sridhar interview: Don't blame the scientists for lockdown | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
  • 385words
  • 06/11/2021 01:07
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Your ears give off alcohol and a test can reveal how much you've drunk | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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  • 06/11/2021 01:06
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How to shape the cities of the future: Anu Ramaswami interview | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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  • 06/11/2021 00:05
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What really makes junk food bad for us? Here’s what the science says | New Scientist
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  • Level 12
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  • 06/10/2021 23:09
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Why rescuing the climate and saving biodiversity go hand in hand | New Scientist
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  • Level 16
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  • 06/10/2021 22:05
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AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine may hinder blood clotting in rare cases | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
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  • 06/10/2021 22:04
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Laughing gas has shown potential as a treatment for depression | New Scientist
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  • Level 11
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  • 06/10/2021 21:18
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DARPA drone interceptor seems to be armed with a form of Silly String | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
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  • 06/10/2021 21:17
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Quantum microscope can examine cells in unprecedented detail | New Scientist
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  • Level 17
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  • 06/10/2021 19:06
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A single honeybee has cloned itself hundreds of millions of times | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
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  • 06/10/2021 18:08
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Laughing gas has shown potential as a treatment for depression | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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What really makes junk food bad for us? Here’s what the science says | New Scientist
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  • Level 16
  • 598words
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AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine may hinder blood clotting in rare cases | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
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  • 06/10/2021 17:05
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Cattle that spend more time around humans have smaller brains | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Whale that travelled halfway around the world sets migration record | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Line of galaxies is so big it breaks our understanding of the universe | New Scientist
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  • Level 9
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Impossibly huge black holes may have come from weird ancient stars | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
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Many people with covid-19 have neurological or psychiatric symptoms | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
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  • 06/10/2021 14:06
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Quantum microscope can examine cells in unprecedented detail | New Scientist
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  • Level 17
  • 681words
  • 06/10/2021 11:11
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A single honeybee has cloned itself hundreds of millions of times | New Scientist
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  • Level 12
  • 2686words
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Why rescuing the climate and saving biodiversity go hand in hand | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 334words
  • 06/10/2021 10:10
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NASA mission takes first close-up images of Ganymede in two decades | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 122words
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The building blocks for life might exist at the edge of the galaxy | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
  • 419words
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Laughing gas has shown potential as a treatment for depression | New Scientist
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  • Level 6
  • 440words
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Slump in electronics sales due to pandemic could help tackle e-waste | New Scientist
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  • Level 12
  • 372words
  • 06/10/2021 08:07
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Wind from supermassive black holes may help small galaxies thrive | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
  • 348words
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Thousands of mysterious radio signals blast through the universe daily | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 616words
  • 06/10/2021 07:09
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Google is using AI to design processors that run AI more efficiently | New Scientist
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  • Level 10
  • 373words
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Long covid has lasted over a year for 376,000 people in the UK | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 291words
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What really makes junk food bad for us? Here’s what the science says | New Scientist
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  • Level 11
  • 430words
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Some early land-dwelling amphibians evolved back into aquatic species | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 373words
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Whale that travelled halfway around the world sets migration record | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
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Cattle that spend more time around humans have smaller brains | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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US Army scientists create a formula for the perfect walking robot | New Scientist
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  • Level 16
  • 598words
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AstraZeneca covid-19 vaccine may hinder blood clotting in rare cases | New Scientist
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  • Level 13
  • 120words
  • 06/10/2021 03:04
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Devi Sridhar interview: Don't blame the scientists for lockdown | New Scientist
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  • Level 13
  • 1306words
  • 06/10/2021 01:10
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Google has mapped a piece of human brain in the most detail ever | New Scientist
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  • Level 5
  • 506words
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Quantum microscope can examine cells in unprecedented detail | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 291words
  • 06/10/2021 00:06
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What really makes junk food bad for us? Here’s what the science says | New Scientist
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  • Level 11
  • 302words
  • 06/09/2021 23:08
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Andrea Ghez interview: How I proved supermassive black holes are real | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 123words
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US Army scientists create a formula for the perfect walking robot | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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  • 06/09/2021 21:09
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Right whales born in 1981 grew a metre longer than they do today | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
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Why your pension may be destroying the planet – and how to change that | New Scientist
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  • Level 7
  • 121words
  • 06/09/2021 20:12
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The building blocks for life might exist at the edge of the galaxy | New Scientist
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  • Level 13
  • 120words
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Devi Sridhar interview: Don't blame the scientists for lockdown | New Scientist
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