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Science

Refuge for male identity: The kitchen

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

A PhD student explains the connection between Icelandic sagas and reality TV

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Ants farming fungus, fungus 'farming' ants

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

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

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

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

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?

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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