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  • When the sun expands and engulfs Earth, our planet's ashes will brighten the sun and spin it faster. We might be able to watch this happen across the universe

  • Cryptocurrencies are built on the idea that no one institution holds the power. But for bitcoin and ethereum, that’s no longer true

  • A study suggests that men with higher testosterone levels are more likely to prefer genres like heavy metal and soft rock to classical music or jazz

  • Güiñas are the smallest cats in the Americas, smaller than most domestic cats, and they are becoming increasingly rare

  • Seeking to understand other people is better than dismissing them with insults. Trump needs lessons in African history, culture and science, says Curtis Abraham

  • An inhalable drug is designed to move straight from the lungs to the heart, where it is hoped it will prevent the organ from deteriorating after heart attacks

  • Hundreds of clinics offering unregulated stem cell therapies have sprung up across the US and Australia thanks to lax oversight

  • An algorithm used by US courts to predict reoffenders turns out to be no more accurate than random people on the internet. Why wasn’t it properly tested before now?

  • Optogenetic techniques that use light to control nerve cells are being tried in people at last – and could lead to treatments for several types of blindness

  • A man in a flagship stem cell trial for age-related macular degeneration has swelling in his eye, but the cause is probably surgery – not stem cells

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