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Watch a swarm of cyborg cockroaches controlled by computers

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A surprisingly enormous black hole has been found in our galaxy

[ad_1] This artist’s impression shows the orbits of both a massive stellar black hole and its companion star ESO/L. Calçada

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We may finally know how cognitive reserve protects against Alzheimer’s

[ad_1] IF I never thought about dementia before, I thought of little else after the condition manifested in my mother.

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Why AIs that tackle complex maths could be the next big breakthrough

[ad_1] Andriy Onufriyenko/Getty Images For Bill Gates, artificial intelligence is the most important invention since the internet or the personal

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Two brilliant new novels from Adrian Tchaikovsky show his range

[ad_1] In Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Alien Clay, prisoners live on a hostile alien world Gremlin/Getty Images Alien ClayAdrian Tchaikovsky (Tor) Service

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How science can inspire ‘peak experiences’ that improve well-being

[ad_1] NASA, ESA, CSA, and STScI In the middle of the last century, the psychologist Abraham Maslow set about investigating

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We live in a cosmic void so empty that it breaks the laws of cosmology

[ad_1] ryan wills; Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images EVER feel like you are stuck in a hole? Newsflash: you are. Astronomers call

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Geoscientists are using telecom ‘dark fibres’ to map Earth’s innards

[ad_1] Fibre optic cables designed to carry telecommunications can also be used to map Earth’s interior Connect world/Shutterstock Offline telecom

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Tiny nematode worms can grow enormous mouths and become cannibals

[ad_1] The enormous mouth of a tiny nematode worm Sara Wighard and Ralf Sommer / Max Planck Institute for Biology

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Deadly upwellings of cold water pose threat to migratory sharks

[ad_1] Bull sharks may be vulnerable to cold upwellings Martin Prochazkacz/Shutterstock​ Upwellings of cold water from the deep sea to