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  • From E133 to MSG: Your guide to food additives

    BBC Radio 4 – Radio 4 in Four – From E133 to MSG: Your guide to food additives One the most well-known food additives is MSG, which is used for its flavour-enhancing properties. And it […] More

  • Climate protests: Marches worldwide against global warming

    Millions march against climate change worldwide Millions of people around the world held a global climate strike on Friday, inspired by activist Greta Thunberg. Protesters across continents waved placards and chanted slogans in what could […] More

  • What US children are willing to sacrifice for climate

    What US children are sacrificing for climate Young people want politicians to act but they aren’t just leaving it to others. Here’s what they’re giving up. Climate strike: What US children are sacrificing for the […] More

  • Video: Beijing’s new mega-airport ready to open

    Beijing’s new mega-airport ready to open Beijing (CNN) – China is poised to open a new mega-airport to the south of Beijing, already home to the world’s second-busiest aviation hub, ahead of the 70th anniversary […] More

  • Insight: Milestones in Human Microbiota Research

    Milestones in Human Microbiota Research Despite being considered by many as a relatively modern field of research, the first descriptions of human-associated microbiota date back to the 1670s-1680s, when Antonie van Leeuwenhoek started using his […] More

  • Video: What do lucky people do differently?

    What do lucky people do differently? – BBC Reel Why is it that some people seem to have all the luck? And can we improve our own good fortune? A video by BBC filmmaker Tui […] More

  • Picture: Hubble snaps new portrait of Saturn

    Hubble snaps new portrait of Saturn When Saturn was approaching closest to Earth this year on June 20, the Hubble Space Telescope captured the view. The hexagon-shaped feature around Saturn’s north pole was first spotted […] More

  • Gerrymandering in social networks influences collective decision-making

    Information gerrymandering in social networks skews collective decision-making Democracy requires an informed electorate. However, some technological advances change how information flows through society, with serious consequences for the democratic process. Writing in Nature , Stewart […] More

  • Business: Indoor farming companies set sights on China

    Indoor farming companies set sights on China Safety is a selling point as indoor space creates a pesticide-free environment While indoor farming companies race to transform the future of food production, they have set their […] More

  • Image: Hungry sharks inspect a bait ball

    Bait Ball Image | National Geographic Your Shot Photo of the Day Hungry sharks inspect a bait ball off the coast of South Africa in this National Geographic Your Shot Photo of the Day. Off […] More

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