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Robot swarm inspired by cells can keep moving even if its parts fail
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A swarm of bots inspired by the way living cells move can slither through gaps and keep moving if many of its parts fail (New Scientist)
Anaesthesia drug may make it easier to forget upsetting memories
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A drug used for anaesthesia can make upsetting memories less vivid and may one day be used to help some people with post-traumatic stress disorder (New Scientist)
Electric cars won't shrink emissions enough - we must cut travel too
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Until now, the focus has been on moving to greener means of transport, but some people are proposing that we need to cut back on travelling and stay in one place (New Scientist)
We have to find a way to stop drones disrupting airports
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Drones near airports are grounding flights and leaving people miserable, but can we actually find a way to stop them? (New Scientist)
Deforestation in the Amazon could raise local temperatures by 1.5C
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Deforestation in the Amazon could have a similar local warming effect to decades of climate change-driven temperature rises (New Scientist)
Quantum theory might be flawed. That's a cause for celebration
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It might be our most successful theory, but that doesn't mean it can't be bettered – and questioning basic assumptions is how we make scientific progress (New Scientist)
I got caught in the middle of a bitter row over humans' violent past
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A simmering feud between geneticists and archaeologists has finally exploded. This turf war is unwise and unscientific, says Michael Marshall (New Scientist)
Most powerful thunderstorm ever measured produced 1.3 billion volts
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A record-breaking 1.3 billion volts of electric potential were created in a thunderstorm, a level of energy that may explain how high-energy gamma rays are made during storms (New Scientist)
One in four scientists have experienced harassment or discrimination
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A survey of nearly 3700 scientists across Europe and North America suggests that harassment, bullying and discrimination are widespread (New Scientist)
Why I believe humans were in Australia 120,000 years ago
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Newly discovered shells and blackened stones are compelling evidence that humans lived in Australia 60,000 years earlier than we thought, says James Bowler (New Scientist)