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From the value of tipping and the dangers of de-icing salts to what makes a child's voice angelic — and picking the perfect sausage
$90,000 in prize money to be awarded to winning proposals to help the developing world
Study looks at which countries have the hardest-working scientists – and those most likely to work outside of ‘normal hours’
What’s really going on beneath our feet when we use fracking to extract natural gas from deep underground?
Prizes of $50K, $25K and $15K awarded for innovative safe water and sanitation solutions in the developing world
Researchers show that growth rates have risen rapidly since the 1960s — in a manner that is unprecedented in the last 150 years
International event, from September 1 to 6 in Stockholm, brings together scientists, policymakers, business innovators and NGOs
Population growth and industrialization have affected the Earth’s plants and animals — while giving us the understanding to remediate some of the problems
Report in Atmospheric Environment suggests that exhaust ventilation or filtration systems may be needed
Quarterly journal, which will publish its first issue in early 2014, is accepting submissions
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