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Lights to go out across the globe

As the clock shows it is 8.30pm on Saturday in their part of the world, people in cities will switch off their lights for an hour.

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Tracking bees’ decline

Scientists are being fitted with devices on backpacks to find out why their populations are being decimated.

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Videogame review: Battlefield Hardline

Michael Thomsen thrills to a break in tradition with the first of the Battlefield series to eschew global warfare for procedural drama.

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Michael Thomsen thrills to a break in tradition with the first of the Battlefield series to eschew global warfare for procedural drama.

Nasa’s groundbreaking twin tales

With one half of a pair of twins in space, scientists finally get to study just how our bodies are affected by our environment.

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Lights to go out across the globe
March 28 2015 at 15:06

As the clock shows it is 8.30pm on Saturday in their part of the world, people in cities will switch off their lights for an hour.

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Tracking bees’ decline
March 27 2015 at 16:28

Scientists are being fitted with devices on backpacks to find out why their populations are being decimated.

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Hospital bed will give patients and staff a lift
March 27 2015 at 15:48

Groote Schuur nurses’ workload eased as ne of the world’s most advanced electric beds is donated to the hospital

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Shining a light on dark matter
March 27 2015 at 15:29

Studying a myriad cosmic collisions between galaxy clusters, give scientists a better understanding of unseen parallel universe

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Videogame review: Battlefield Hardline
March 27 2015 at 15:25

Michael Thomsen thrills to a break in tradition with the first of the Battlefield series to eschew global warfare for procedural drama.

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The myths about the internet’s colossus
March 27 2015 at 15:23

With expected revenue this year to top top $65 billion (R780bn), Google makes headlines seemingly every week – but is often misunderstood.

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The shapely side of recycling
March 27 2015 at 15:22

Researchers follow the paper trail to find out why we’re so fussed about the look of a thing.

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Reddit: where haters gotta hate
March 27 2015 at 15:26

Caitlin Dewey spent 48 hours inside the Internet’s ‘most toxic’ community – and came up for air with a sense of futility.

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New: the phone that will fix your face
March 27 2015 at 12:46

Samsung to launch a handset that comes with software that will automatically airbrush your selifes.

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Nasa’s groundbreaking twin tales
March 27 2015 at 11:51

With one half of a pair of twins in space, scientists finally get to study just how our bodies are affected by our environment.

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