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Researchers are exploring ways to use people’s voices to diagnose coronavirus infections, dementia, depression and much more.

Researchers say they have detected a group of lakes hidden under the red planet’s icy surface.

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Infernos in South America’s Pantanal region have burnt twice the area of California’s fires this year. Researchers fear the rare ecosystem will never recover.

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A cold-war-era corporation targeted voters and presaged many of today’s big-data controversies.

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Immunization has always been a proxy for wider fears about social control, a history reminds us

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A large volume of charcoal sold in Europe comes from tropical forests and is often incorrectly labelled, raising questions about whether it was logged illegally.

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Some people who become ill with the coronavirus develop neurological symptoms. Scientists are struggling to understand why.

Months after infection with SARS-CoV-2, some people are still battling crushing fatigue, lung damage and other symptoms of ‘long COVID’.

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Fires are releasing record levels of carbon dioxide, partly because they are burning ancient peatlands that have been a carbon sink.

Parabon Nanolabs shot to fame using DNA and genealogy analysis to solve cold cases. Then it had to change tack.

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