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- Open letter: we must stop killer robots before they are built
- Researchers Identify Protein in Mice That Helps Prepare for Healthy Egg-Sperm Union
- The Intelligent Soldier System: Military Wearables
- New Diamond Frog Species Discovered in Madagascar
- Stephen Hawking fields questions on artificial intelligence
- President Obama Announces Major New Limits on Interstate Ivory Trade
- Why the Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement May Ultimately Win
- European Union Is Increasingly Turning to Wind Power, Report Shows
- Synthetic Coral Could Remove Mercury Pollution From Ocean, Researchers Say
- With Camera Drones, New Tool For Viewing and Saving Nature
- Fixing flaws in science must be professionalised. By me in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology.
- New BMJ editorial: “How Medicine is Broken, and How We Can Fix It”
- Two interviews on withheld trials, NPR and ABC
- WHO announcement on withheld clinical trials, and my commentary in PLoS Medicine
- I did a Newsnight thing about how politics needs better data
- Two Ideas for Predicting the Next Color of the Year - Facts So Romantic
- Is Coloring Within the Lines the New Meditation? - Facts So Romantic
- The Powerful Allure of the Deep Azure - Facts So Romantic
- The Ambiguous Colors of Nanotechnology - Issue 26: Color
- The Terrifying Uncertainty in Jeff VanderMeer’s Sci-Fi - Issue 26: Color
- Is gadgetizing bicycles a good thing?
- Photo: Muskrat slides across the surface of a lake
- A Chicago house that is "healthy, efficient, and right-sized for comfortable living"
- New platform reframes energy and fuel consumption as a community health issue
- Utensilmate is a great candidate for the Wrongest Product Award
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