Fabien Cholet explores what the origin of life on Earth, the inside of your digestive system and climate change all have in common.
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Laura Ward shares her exciting neuroscience research: neuroimaging motion perception as a function of age.
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Hollie Wright investigates the Earth’s impending magnetic flip and the potential consequences.
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A look at the discovery of elusive ovarian stem cells and their potential applications in human reproduction.