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Science Weekly

Science Weekly

25 Episodes By The Guardian www.theguardian.com/science/seri...
Twice a week, the Guardian brings you the latest science and environment news
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How should we prepare for an ageing global population?
On 15 November the world’s population reached 8 bill... more
Nov 24 2022 13m
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Will the Qatar World Cup really be carbon neutral?
It’s supposed to be the first ever carbon neutral Wo... more
Nov 22 2022 15m
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Cop27: where do climate scientists find hope?
A year ago at Cop26, global environment editor Jonat... more
Nov 17 2022 15m
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Cop27: has there been any progress in Sharm el-Sheikh?
Cop27 got off to a difficult start last week. Attend... more
Nov 15 2022 16m
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Cop27: Is it time to rethink endless economic growth?
A key goal of governments around the world is econom... more
Nov 9 2022 14m
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Cop27: Who are the real climate leaders?
As world leaders began to gather at Cop27 yesterday,... more
Nov 8 2022 17m
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Cop27: a chance for change – or more of the same?
On Sunday, world leaders, negotiators and industry r... more
Nov 3 2022 14m
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Could a prescription of surfing help with depression?
A new trial is exploring if prescriptions of surfing... more
Nov 1 2022 14m
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Stories from a medieval graveyard: worms, wounds, and wonky toes
Crushed by a cart, infected with parasitic worms and... more
Oct 27 2022 16m
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Is it ethical to put human brain cells in a rat?
Researchers have successfully transplanted human neu... more
Oct 25 2022 13m
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Can rituals help with our grief for the natural world?
Last week, a scientific assessment found wildlife po... more
Oct 20 2022 14m
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How a scientific scandal could force sport to rethink concussion
Dr Paul McCrory is a world-renowned concussion exper... more
Oct 18 2022 14m
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Could moth larvae be the answer to our plastic problem?
Plastic pollution is damaging the health of the envi... more
Oct 13 2022 12m
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Why does Elon Musk want to buy Twitter?
Back in April this year, Tesla chief executive Elon ... more
Oct 11 2022 12m
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Why is the government in Iran shutting down the internet?
On 13 September Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish w... more
Oct 6 2022 15m
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Covid-19: is there a ‘twindemic’ coming?
As the UK heads into autumn, Covid-19 appears to be ... more
Oct 4 2022 11m
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Why did Nasa smash its spacecraft into an asteroid?
This week, Nasa scientists smashed a spacecraft into... more
Sep 29 2022 14m
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How a man and his dogs discovered the cause of narcolepsy
The Breakthrough prizes are described by their Silic... more
Sep 27 2022 17m
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Why is the NHS in crisis, and can it be fixed?
The UK’s new health secretary, Thérèse Coffey, has n... more
Sep 22 2022 16m
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How will Jacob Rees-Mogg tackle the energy and climate crises?
Against a backdrop of a cost of living crisis caused... more
Sep 20 2022 17m
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How air pollution is changing our view of cancer
According to the World Health Organisation, air poll... more
Sep 15 2022 11m
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Why do we grieve the death of public figures?
As we collectively mark the loss of the longest-serv... more
Sep 13 2022 11m
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Could a new vaccine tackle rising rates of Lyme disease?
According to a recent study, more than 14% of the wo... more
Sep 8 2022 16m
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What could go wrong at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant?
Last week, a team of inspectors from the Internation... more
Sep 6 2022 13m
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100 days until Cop15: what next to save nature?
It is now less than 100 days until Cop15, the UN con... more
Sep 1 2022 13m
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