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A look back at some of our most popular articles.
Rock star turned physicist Brian Cox turns his attention to the story of evolution.
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Cautionary tale of a lost species.
Mudskippers may help explain how land-based animals learned to eat.
Peacocks use their tail feathers to emit a sound inaudible to humans.
The most read articles from the Cosmos news blog over the past week.
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Flowers lace their nectar with caffeine because bees like it.
Gold nanoparticles have been designed to kill cancer cells.
Asian honey bees are surprisingly co-operative.
Electrical stimulation can promote daydreaming.
Places most vulnerable to a disease outbreak can be detected from space.
Biological weaponry turns ladybirds into bodyguards for infant wasps.
Dutch chimpanzees learn to fit in with the locals.
Humans tend to accentuate the positive.
A new book re-examines Aristotle's contribution to our understanding of the natural world.
Our writers look at recent reports on bird surveillance and dental health.
Surprisingly, genes are not the reason some people are better than others at fighting infections.
An experiment suggests that language evolved to pass on tool-making skills.
Two recent human studies add to the evidence that flavanols are brain-boosters.
Hydrogen sulfide release may be the key to calorie-restricted diets.
Carnivorous plants lure more prey when they intermittently ‘switch off’ their traps.
Is this a new way to combat superbugs?