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Étienne Léopold Trouvelot, Trouvelot figure. Photograph of electrical effluvia around a coin 1888–89. © Musée des arts et métiers-Cnam, Paris. Photo Michèle Fava

Awesome, erotic, everyday: the literary story of electricity

The way writers drew on electricity to weave their stories tells us much about the history of electricity itself.
Not easy to report ill health if you’re going to get a knock at the door from officials.

NHS urged to share data so patients can be deported

Passing on health information of 'migrants' seeking help goes against doctor-patient confidentiality and also poses a public health risk. A doctor spells out her concerns.
E. Coli bacteria. Billion Photos/Shutterstock.com

How the brain helps the body fight bacteria

The discovery that the nervous system plays a crucial role in the immune response may lead to new treatments for bacterial infections.
Podemos must reconsider who is above and who is below – who are the people and who are the people’s enemy. Podemos Uviéu/flickr

Podemos find itself caught between the battle lines of Spanish politics

Podemos positioned itself as leading a revolt by the people against the political system. Now, as Spain's third-largest party, it is part of that system and has some difficult decisions to make.

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