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How do you visualise the airflow over a wing? Better ask a computer - they're better than you
Grow fat, get thin? We put brown fat to the test
Eureka by machine: How computers will be the mothers of invention
"I’ve taught computers to paint portraits – and how to code"
The longest penis length relative to body size in the animal kingdom #junkoff
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How to hack your attention span: the latest tips for staying focused
You think you know who you are? Think again.
How do you program a computer to be creative? Ask Darwin
"Our telescope could give everyone their own galaxy to study"
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Live cells stuck together like Velcro could mend broken hearts
The Pluto-chasing spacecraft New Horizons has a new destination: a small body called 2014 MU69
First proof that quantum weirdness really is as weird as it seems (sorry Einstein)
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Our number’s up: Future computers could do mathematics our brains will never understand
Terminator-style ‘skin’ quickly repairs itself after a gunshot
Why do we live in 3 dimensions? Knottiness might explain it
Being in a bad mood doesn't slow you down - but being happy gives you a brain boost
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Could do better: How to clean up the world of online reviews
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