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Analysis: a bivalent vaccine has been approved and there is research into possible pan-coronavirus vaccines
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Roscosmos space agency developing orbital outpost as it prepares to end partnership with the west
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Our government is pretending that the pandemic is ‘done’, ignoring both protective measures now and preparations for the future, says science writer Philip Ball
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Researchers say some patients had childhood jab, and HIV infection could erode protection
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Ex-chief scientist David King says outgoing PM must deliver fiscal policies to support poorer people
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Earth undertakes the ringed planet every 378 days, passing directly between it and the sun
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The psychologist Steven Pinker has long believed we should be more optimistic – and even current crises do not dissuade him
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Did Sars-CoV-2 emerge from a Huanan market stall or a lab? For the American virologist, who has been abused online for defending a ‘natural’ origin, the evidence is clear
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For years, the author and neurosurgeon dismissed symptoms of prostate cancer. Then he finally got the diagnosis he’d been avoiding …
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What does drought mean and what are the implications for water, food, rivers and wildlife?
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Serena Williams says she does not want to be pregnant again as an athlete – she got back to the top before but it can take its toll
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People doing a public service are increasingly declining TV appearances and interviews, such is the abuse and death threats they receive, says professor Devi Sridhar
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The Discovery Boffins at the CSIRO have uncovered 139 new species! What are they and how are we going to kill them? Ahaha just kidding…
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The Sturgeon supermoon is the final supermoon of the year.
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Simplification of larynx let humans have excellent pitch control with long and stable speech sounds
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Jakapil kaniukura was about 5ft long and probably walked upright in then-steamy Patagonian landscape about 100m years ago
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Between 2018 and 2020 China published 23.4% of the world’s scientific papers, eclipsing the US
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Research suggests some vegetarians may not get sufficient nutrients for good bone and muscle health
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New deaths in Africa plummet 70% but rise 19% in Middle East, as World Health Organisation urges countries not to drop their surveillance of virus
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Why climate scientists are trying to fly through Arctic cyclones in a small aircraft.
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