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Mysterious gamma rays in Crab nebula traced to pulsar winds

New Scientist - Lu, 27/11/2017 - 18:38
Ultra-bright flashes in the Crab nebula have baffled astronomers, but they could result from winds created by a pulsar at the heart of the gas cloud

Good news: one form of air pollution may be falling in Europe

New Scientist - Lu, 27/11/2017 - 17:00
Levels of nitrogen dioxide in European city air rose throughout the 2000s but seem to have reached a peak in 2010 – suggesting Europe might get cleaner air sooner than expected

We’ve found a bunch of dwarf galaxies we thought didn’t exist

New Scientist - Lu, 27/11/2017 - 16:57
The missing dwarf galaxies around the Milky Way have been found. Their existence means dark matter could be made of particles that are warmer than we expected

Putting a face on hallucinations aids symptoms of schizophrenia

New Scientist - Lu, 27/11/2017 - 16:21
Interacting with a digital representation of a hallucinated voice can reduce the power it has over people with schizophrenia, and the distress it causes

Your music tastes can be changed by using magnets on your brain

New Scientist - Lu, 27/11/2017 - 11:59
Around three minutes of brain stimulation is all it takes to change people’s love of music, and even how much money they’re willing to spend on it

Who will really benefit from the coming smart-city revolution?

New Scientist - Lu, 27/11/2017 - 11:14
We need assurances on privacy, security and transparency or smart cities may be seen as thinly disguised opportunities solely for tech titans, says Paul Marks

Health and safety of sex workers

bmj - Sa, 30/05/2009 - 00:03

Most cancers in Europe are avoidable

bmj - Sa, 30/05/2009 - 00:03

Drug makers end free lunches

bmj - Sa, 30/05/2009 - 00:03

Rehabilitation after stroke

bmj - Sa, 30/05/2009 - 00:03

Sex hormone testing

bmj - Sa, 30/05/2009 - 00:03
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