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Win Tickets to See Computing Wizard Steve Wozniak Live!
Your chance to be in the company of a man who changed the world.
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Win a Family Pass to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibit!
This world-renowned exhibition showcases awe-inspiring photographs, taken from beneath the freezing Antarctic ice to the shimmering heat in Namibia.
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We Can Now Tell a Person’s Age Range From Crime Scene Blood loading...
We Can Now Tell a Person’s Age Range From Crime Scene Blood
A new method can quickly but accurately narrow down whether someone is an adult or a juvenile based on fluids left behind.
My favourite cold temperature is forty below zero - where Celsius equals Fahrenheit. No need to specify the scale you’re using
Antarctica Could Lose Most of Its Penguins to Climate Change loading...
Antarctica Could Lose Most of Its Penguins to Climate Change
A new study finds significant impact, and a possible silver lining, for the iconic birds over the next century.
So much of life is wasted waiting in line: stores, traffic, security, etc. One hour per day sums to 5 years of your waking life
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Love in the Time of Tarantulas: New Spider Shocks Scientists
Named after author Gabriel García Márquez, the Colombian spider was identified in part because males have uniquely serrated genitals.

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