Water reflects the trunks of a mangrove forest in Thailand, one of the most vulnerable coastal forests in the world.


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Death of the stethoscope 2

Death of the stethoscope 2

According to the headline(s), the humble “manual” stethoscope is on the edge of obsolescence in the medical world, facing a high-tech upgrade to or even replacement by hand-held devices that apparently do the job better.
READ MORE   |   07.06.2017   |   Science Stories
Reflecting self

Reflecting self

Selfies. Definitely notorious in the digital world. Who hasn't wrinkled up their nose in disgust at a friend's shameless self-promotion or puckered up a duck face for the camera?
READ MORE   |   07.03.2017   |   Science Stories