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What's in the Indian Ocean?

Much less is known about the Indian Ocean than either the Atlantic or Pacific. It's also less protected. What secrets lie...

How garlicky is your garlic?

When it comes to mass-producing food, it’s important to make sure the taste is consistent, and good! But how can we detect...

Using your science to explore the climate history of Mars

Mars today is colder than Antarctica and drier than the Sahara — but scratch just beneath its dusty red coating and tales...

Using your science to reveal how much rain fell on the dinosaurs

During the Cretaceous period (145 to 66 million years ago), the world was very different! It was hotter, with more rainfall...

Using your science to understand volcanic eruptions

Volcanoes are present across the Earth, from...

What's under Lapland?

We know it as the home of Father Christmas, but why is Lapland of interest to geologists?

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