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Chinese Lanterns/中国灯笼

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16 February 2018 – In the traditional Chinese calendar, the year of the Dog starts today

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How Clean is The Air in Europe?

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06 January 2018 – European Air Quality Index launched - free-to-view for everybody

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How To Increase Consumer Awareness?

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29 December 2017 – Consumers have strong influence on what industry is doing

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Latte Macchiato and Physics

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17 December 2017 – How do the colored layers in the coffee glass form?

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Searching for Christmas Presents?

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01 December 2017 – Editors recommend science-themed holiday gift ideas

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Triclosan in Your Toothbrush?

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01 November 2017 – The controversial disinfectant can accumulate in the toothbrush during brushing and is then uncontrolled released

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Effect Of Climate Change on Coffee

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26 August 2017 – Climate change could lead to coffee beans in shorter supply, of poorer quality, and selling at a higher price

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Why Does Water Improve Whisky?

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24 August 2017 – Addition of water drives aroma components to the surface

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Antarctic Greenhouse

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09 July 2017 – Plants grow more quickly and with higher yield in special artificial light, at ideal temperature, with selected nutrients, without soil

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Climate Change Projected to Cause More Deadly Heatwaves

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25 June 2017 – If emissions remain unchanged, 74 % of the world's population could be at risk by 2100

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