We know Earth is special. So are we alone in the galaxy?
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The many modern uses of quaternions
The dodgy science of wiping your backside
Biological elitism: the result of tinkering with human genomes?
Automatic face recognition: how it works
How human cells can be reprogrammed to renew our bodies
That’s Maths: tides are a tug-of-war between Earth, moon and sun
Suicide: the best strategies attempting to counter this major problem
The Empty Set: this article is about nothing at all
Trigonometric comfort blankets on the top of mountains
Next big debate in Ireland will be about assisted suicide
Leopold Bloom’s arithmetical adventures
How to live 10 years longer
First drinking ‘protects your heart’. Then it ‘shortens your life’. Who to believe?
The power and the limits of science
Imagine two cities on the equator. What’s the quickest route between them?
Paul Kammerer may have been an honest scientist
Fourier’s wonderful idea: Breaking complex signals into simple pieces