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The late physicist and cosmologist’s colleagues have released the final chapter of his work on black holes.
Over the past 1,100 years, Katla has erupted at least 21 times - an average of around once every 50 years or so.
Access to 80 or more books at home gives children better literacy and numeracy skills in later life.
Shanghai’s new indoor ski resort and entertainment facility could become a training ground for the next generation of Winter Olympians.
While many people consider themselves supportive of equality, diversity and inclusion, they may have hidden biases that prevent them from growing into better versions of themselves.
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Social networks have taught us to think in extremes - but we need to be more nuanced when it comes to policing content.
The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology is updating itself for the modern world.
New research looks at the factors that can influence the decision to leave a disaster zone or stay put.
With disinformation now taking direct aim at scientific knowledge, the science community must take centre-stage in defending its values.
A social media monitoring company has analysed the use of emojis on Twitter over two years, predicting they will begin to replace text as the key provider of content.
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