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The agreement demonstrates NASA's belief that the key to future space exploration is co-operation

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Katherine Pye outlines the influence of the internet revolution on global politics.

Controlling your emotions

Suzan Asya Yavuz outlines how to harness your ‘Emotional Intelligence’ to attain a clearer mind and halt procrastination.

Playing God since 10,000 BCE

It is time to come to terms with our ability to manipulate nature.

The UK education system needs to evolve

Mark Roper argues that an understanding of evolution is vital to modern society, and that schools must adapt to reflect this.

Race to the Red Planet

From NASA to SpaceX, Matthew Nicholson outlines why we want to go to Mars, and who is going to take us there.

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Ellie Blake explains how genes, proteins, and iPhones are shaping the way we tackle disease

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