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How Burgers and Fries Are Killing Your Microbial Balance
For the microbiologist Justin Sonnenburg, that career-defining moment—the discovery that changed the trajectory of his research,…By Moises V
The human brain is wired to prefer the taste of humanely raised meat — Q...
Our concept of taste is tethered more to the whims of our psyche than reality.
Should We Be Having Kids In The Age Of Climate Change?
For some climate activists, the personal decision to have a child is also fraught with moral consequences: the negative impact on the enviro
To avoid another Brexit let's stop treating citizenship as a birthright ...
The fluidity of movement that’s been quietly available to the super rich for decades may be entering its moment of actual democratization.
Cartoonist Shows Why You Should Say 'Thank You' Instead of 'Sorry'
Never apologize for simply existing.
Researchers have finally discovered the key to naturally stripping sugar...
Meet the fungi that wants to end the world's sugar addiction.
It’s NOT the economy, stupid: Brexit as a story of personal values
The story of the referendum is usually told through geography: areas that had been left behind by globalisation voted to Leave. But this tel
Brexit causes resurgence in pro-EU leanings across continent | World new...
Establishment parties in Germany and the Netherlands enjoy surprising gains while the far-right suffers in the polls
The Food-Sharing Economy Is Delicious And Illegal--Will It Survive?
Politicians talk big about supporting innovation, but as home-cooking startup Josephine discovered, the system isn't designed that way.
NEXT architects completes world's first rose museum in beijing
the building is wrapped in a stainless steel envelope defined by the pattern of chinese roses cut out from its surface.
What Brexit Trends Tell Us About How People Read the News - Chartbeat Blog
From the time the UK referendum on EU membership was announced in February, several hundred articles per day were published on the topic of
BMJ Blogs: The BMJ » Blog Archive » Martin McKee: Fair and balanced? Sci...
No one can be in any doubt, after the referendum campaign, that large parts of the British print media have abandoned any attempt at balance
A warning to Gove and Johnson - we won’t forget what you did | Jonathan ...
Though events are moving fast, it’s crucial to hold on to our fury at the selfishness that caused this crisis
Brexit fallout: Six practical ways to help fix this mess | Politics | Th...
As the remain camp tries to pick up the pieces after the EU referendum result, what can ordinary people do to make things better? Here’s a h
Is Creativity a globally homogenous concept? by CP+B London - issuu
At CP+B London we have an obsession with creativity, both as a business notion and as an education platform and we were eager to find out to
EU Referendum: Know the facts: Square One Law guide lays out four possib...
Neil said: “Which ever way people decide to vote on 23 June, they need to be able to easily understand the implications of their decision. I