Science & Health

Climate change: How machine learning holds a key to combating misinformation

“A lie can travel halfway around the world before the truth can get its boots on.” This quote appears in …

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The science everyone needs to know about climate change

With the United Nations’ climate conference in Scotland turning a spotlight on climate change policies and the impact of global …

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Our population problem

Like Sir David Attenborough and many others, I recognise overpopulation as one of the most significant underlying causes of global …

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Scientific literacy: The world’s hope on climate change

Widespread scientific literacy – in schools and the wider community – is an essential part of any action plan to …

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Adam’s letter: A story of vaccine, valour and victory

At a time when the world’s attention is focussed on the Covid-19 pandemic a Polish friend, Yvonne Freidman, has sent …

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Are conspiracy theories just part of our evolutionary history?

Conspiracy theories and medical misinformation about the coronavirus started to spread through social media sites almost immediately after the outbreak …

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