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Scientific breakthroughs and the implications and ethics arising from new developments are analyzed.

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The scientific benefits of meditation and mindfulness are measured using studies of brain electricity, structure and cognitive testing to reveal some interesting results with regard to ageing, mental health and stress.
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Battery powered homes are creating 24 hour renewable energy solutions which move away from reliance on electricity grids towards a more sustainable energy consumption for the environment using the science which created mobile phone technology.
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A look at the health science on interval training.
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Investigating the chemicals found in everyday products.
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Taylor investigates the power of the brain as humans age.
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Soaring populations present a challenge to cities.
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Dr Maryanne Demasi reveal substances at the forefront of sports doping or could enhance a career and social behavior.
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Technology that is able to convert more than 40 percent of the sun's light into electricity.
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Astronomers trawl through the galaxy looking for signs of life.
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The Voyager unmanned space probes, launched in the 1970s, are the furthest traveled human-made objects in space.
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The domino effect of environmental and atmospheric factors that drive the globe to wetter, hotter, drier and colder extremes.
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Dr. Jane Goodall, world-renowned primatologist, humanitarian, conservationist, and UN Messenger of Peace.
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Dr. Graham Phillips investigates the effectiveness of snake anti-venom.
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Astronomers explore a sun similar to Earth's.
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Japanese scientists investigate earthquakes and tsunamis to change disaster prevention in the Pacific.
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A review of the physical and psychological attributes required to work in sub-zero temperatures at an Antarctic station.
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High-speed, high-magnification images of hummingbirds' tongues reveal that previously held theories are wrong.
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The phenomenon of bioluminescence in nature, particularly evident in deep ocean animals.
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Investigating how modern agriculture methods, increasing diseases, and the impending threat of the deadly varroa mite could destroy the last safe haven for honey bees on the planet.
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Preventing cardiac implants or stents from being rejected by the body.
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A supercomputer that can help researchers understand and eradicate deadly diseases worldwide.

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