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This is a hole on Mars. Drilling the Red Planet could answer a question about Earth's climate
Is it really true that the English don't like touching? Find out in our tactile travel guide
Cedric Villani's mathematical adventure is an exhilarating but exhausting journey:
Hurrah! Those aged 30+ can expect just two bouts of flu per decade for the rest of their lives
It's the Suez superhighway! A wider canal will fast-track Mediterranean invaders
This Zombie simulator lets you plan your own apocalypse
Cheap wonder metals will make a faster, cleaner world:
Last chance to win 50 giant microbes and an analysis of your home microbiome:
What brought the "boring billions" in the history of life on Earth to such an explosive end?
Believe it or not, after shaking hands with someone YOU SNIFF YOUR OWN HAND
Plan your own apocalypse with this zombie outbreak simulator:
Why are so many children obese? Edward Archer has a Big Idea and thinks it's the real reason
Woah. The head of a giant robot being built to scan the cosmos
Zombie simulator lets you plan your own apocalypse:
Watch fossil-hunters finding a "new" marine animal half a billion years old (VIDEO)
The movie experience is about to be revolutionized by virtual reality
Touch is important for society – and how that plays out depends on where you live
An angry bit of customer feedback - from 3750 years ago...
This is a 3750-year-old customer complaint letter carved in cuneiform
Bright lights at night could be affecting us in more ways than we realise
Droughts in Syria and California highlight the importance of resilience in a warming world
The Suez travelator: Alien transport to the Mediterranean is getting an upgrade
Insects could adapt to halve forests' carbon sink capacity
The movie-viewing experience is about to be revolutionized by virtual reality
Weather forecast for early Earth involved IRON RAIN