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Refuge for male identity: The kitchen

LAB & LIBRARY: PhD student Jonatan explains how Jamie Oliver has changed men's approach to cooking

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Sex and violence in the Far North

LAB & LIBRARY: A PhD student explains the connection between Icelandic sagas and reality TV

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Ants farming fungus, fungus 'farming' ants

LAB & LIBRARY: Ants created farming long before humans. An evolutionary biologist takes us a little deeper

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Sahara desert was surface of 'Mars' for astronauts

LAB & LIBRARY: For an entire month, this paleoclimatologist explored 'Mars' and tested two space suits, three rovers and performed various scientific and engineering experiments - so-called Mars Analog Research

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Diving into the fountain of youth

LAB & LIBRARY: A health scientist explains why ageing may no longer be Nature's law

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The depths of space from the driest place on Earth

LAB & LIBRARY: Reporting from a high altitude observatory in Chile

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Nature's counter-measures

Wild species such as European birds can teach us a lesson that we can apply to food production and medicine. One of them is that any human practice can lead to a biological counter response. Our latest Lab & Library feature is from biologist Peter Søgaard Jørgensen

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Laundry cleaners from the Arctic

LAB AND LIBRARY: In the second installment of our science feature, Aviaja Lyberth Hauptmann writes in to tell us how frozen greenlandic bacteria can spell our doom, or clean our laundry

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Could you simply not eat for a day?

LAB AND LIBRARY: In this first installment of our new science & research feature, Martin Borch Jensen writes in to tell us about how eating every second day could extend his life

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