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Can money buy you happiness?

A new study investigates how the amount of money you earn influences your experience of happiness. Live interview with BBC Radio Oxford.

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Why is Fake News Spreading?

We’ve heard a lot about fake news recently, with claims that it’s misleading the public and even compromising elections. And despite many people being aware of the problem, it’s not going away. 115 more words

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Funbers 19, 20 and 21

Fun facts about numbers that you didn’t realise you’ve secretly always wanted to know…

19 – NINETEEN

Nineteen holds a significance for most people alive today as the first two numbers of the year in which they were born (sorry millennials). 683 more words

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The Nuts and Bolts of Fertility

How do you make a baby? Myself and Georgia Mills have been finding out; here’s the “nuts and bolts” about the cells that make reproduction possible… 142 more words

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Funbers 0

The first in a new series on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire and BBC Radio Oxford looking at all of the fun facts about numbers that you never realised you’ve secretly always wanted to know…

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Let the Floodgates Open

If you’ve been following so far, we know why it’s useful to know where river water goes when it enters the ocean, why we can build a model of the situation in the lab, what the most important variables in the problem are and what the experimental setup looks like. 657 more words

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Exploring Saturn's Newest Ring

Saturn is one of the most well-known planets in the solar system, perhaps owing to its distinctive set of rings. The largest of these rings, the H-ring, was only discovered as recently as 2009 and cannot be seen from Earth. 870 more words

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