Researchers in the UK are trying to work out which emergency workers are most at risk from PTSD before they even develop it.

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Gravitational waves, goodbye to Cassini, and a hidden underwater octopus city.

Kelly Oakes • 11 months ago

There's good news if you're into weird things happening on moons. Bad news if you were a big fan of the Larsen C ice shelf.

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Have you been paying attention?

Kelly Oakes • 12 months ago

Trust us, one day these are going to come in handy.

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"Are tectonic plates dishwasher safe?" "Idk but they're perfect for a continental breakfast."

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Do you know A Brief History of Time from A Short History of Nearly Everything?

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Have you ever considered quitting a job just because it requires you to get up way too early?

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No calculator required.

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Despite having some of the most polluted streets in the country, London won't get any of the £220 million put aside to help local authorities improve air quality.

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The study adds to the evidence on how air pollution can negatively impact health.

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From how to recognise depression to what to do in a power cut.

Kelly Oakes • One year ago

Knowing how to use Word and Excel won't save you now.

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The treatment is far from becoming mainstream, but scientists say it's a major step forward in using stem cells to treat disease.

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A study published today tests 63 people's anatomical knowledge. How do you compare?

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The void was discovered using particles that are made in Earth's atmosphere by cosmic rays.

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What one thing would have helped make the transition to adulthood a bit easier?

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Have you been paying attention to what's happened in science this month?

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Psychologists have found a link between investing a lot of time and energy into posting selfies and having a negative view of your own body. But it's not all bad news for selfies and social media – they can be a source of empowerment, too.

Kelly Oakes • One year ago

Because if you don't laugh you will just cry.

Kelly Oakes • One year ago