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Stephanie worries about climate change, but her dad is a senior employee at BP.
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Exclusive: ‘Several’ members of vaccine watchdog said to be opposed to decision to offer booster jabs to more than 30 million Britons
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The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific and philosophical concepts
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Why have the chief medical officers said children need a jab? What are the risks and benefits?
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Snakes owe their success in part to the asteroid impact that killed off the dinosaurs 66 million years ago.
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‘It is highly likely that a significant decrease in homeworking in the next few months would result in a rapid increase in hospital admissions,’ government modellers say
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Scientists hope to create hybrid with Asian elephant and also believe animal could help slow down climate change
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More than 30 million people are to be offered a Covid booster jab as part of government plans for "living with the virus" through the winter.
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With warnings that we could be facing a more serious flu season this year, Science Weekly explores the challenges of tackling influenza during a pandemic
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In the UK, the majority of those now in hospital with Covid-19 are unvaccinated. Many face their last days with enormous regret, and their relatives are telling their stories to try to convince others like them
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Science editor David Shukman on three jobs in growing green industries, and what it's like to do them
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Experts have warned of the challenges in delivering booster jabs, child Covid vaccinations and flu jabs all at the same time
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In close quarters the farm animals’ urine and faeces can combine to create ammonia
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Calves were taught to use a barn’s toilet area with rewards and mild punishments, significantly limiting ammonia release
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‘The difference between giving a third dose to a healthy young adult or a first dose to an ICU worker or elderly or immunocompromised person in a developing country – clearly one has a higher benefit to it’
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Researchers believe findings may lead to better outcomes in wildlife conservation measures
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Climate scientists believe that if Greenland continues to rapidly melt, tens of millions of people around the world could face yearly flooding and displacement by 2030
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‘Maybe they came once and stayed,’ researcher says
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A couples therapist told me: ‘It can be very shocking to encounter a person you’re unfamiliar with, especially if we don’t like that version’