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8,000 tonnes of molten iron solidifies in Earth’s inner core every second – but it’s not distributed equally.
Heat endurance specialists have warned for years that temperatures at Tokyo 2020 events would be extreme. Should future Summer Olympics become the Autumn Games?
Heavy goods vehicles predominantly run on diesel. Here are three options for eliminating their emissions.
We may be witnessing the signs of COVID developing into an endemic disease in the UK.
Making that choice is not easy but it is important to the longevity of an athlete’s career.
The UK is attempting to renegotiate the Northern Ireland protocol, but its proposals are unrealistic.
COVID is running rampant in Myanmar, where the military junta has been accused of arresting doctors and weaponising the pandemic. The result could be catastrophic for the entire region.
COVID restrictions have prevented the spread of other respiratory viruses too. As these are lifted, the UK government has warned parents of a delayed surge in infections
The Olympics claim not to be political, but in the 1960s a counter movement organized by left-leaning countries put politics front and centre.
A wide range of animals seem to have a grasp of numbers – but humans hold the trump card.
For one of Earth’s most biodiverse forests, 21,000 years of natural change pale in comparison to modern, man-made climate breakdown.
Good information and appropriate facilities are in short supply.
There is little language for sex acts that aren’t going all the way, the full shebang, doing it…
Research shows shared traumas drive political preferences in certain directions.
Vaccines can’t provide 100% protection, so it’s not a failure or surprise when some vaccinated people get sick with COVID-19. The good news is their cases are much less likely to be severe or fatal.
Patients with more symptoms during initial infection – particularly breathlessness, chest pain or abnormal heart sounds – appear more likely to experience lasting illness.
New data shows the recent damage to UK’s prized services sector – and potentially to Europe as a whole.
New research suggests that despite the social mythology that surrounds testosterone in men, it may be much less important for life chances than previously thought.
Despite serving for decades, women in the armed forces around the world still face obstacles throughout their military career.