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The neuroscience of interrogation: Why torture doesn’t work

The neuroscience of interrogation: Why torture doesn’t work

Follow the life of the last man on the moon

Follow the life of the last man on the moon

Idle Motion's <i>Voyager</i> struggles to clear the tower

Idle Motion's Voyager struggles to clear the tower

Protesters in colourful outfits stand in front of a bus that says Gbus to MTV on it

Can two new books save the internet from its own success?

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Other minds and cryptominds, from babies to robots to God

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Past, present, future: How do we deal with time?

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Take a punt: The thrilling science of risk and chance

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Savagely malled: Why 'smart' cities aren't so smart

G. H. Hardy (Jeremy Irons) and Srinivasa Ramanujan (Dev Patel) walk together, deep in conversation

The Man Who Knew Infinity fails to break the mathematical mould

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Surfing Uncertainty: Do our dynamic brains predict the world?

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New Scientist's 2016 Sci-Fi-London competition: the results

The play <i>X</i> will have you clock-watching - but in a good way

The play X will have you clock-watching - but in a good way