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Many young women find pleasure in sexually explicit material but it still reinforces gender inequality

Pornography can give women new sexual ideas and make them feel like their body and their sexual preferences are normal.…

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With engagement and education, reusing wastewater can become the norm

Many people worry that even properly treated wastewater will make them ill if they wash with or drink it. AHMED…

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Walk inside a plant cell or glide over a coral reef: three ways virtual reality is revolutionising teaching

LightField Studios/Shutterstock John Pickavance, University of Leeds You’ve probably heard how Virtual Reality (VR) is going to change everything: the…

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Climate change or climate crisis? To really engage people, the media should talk about solutions

Dimitrinka Atanasova, Lancaster University and Kjersti Fløttum, University of Bergen Days after the British parliament declared a “climate emergency”, The…

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Each bank holiday saves at least 100,000 tonnes of carbon emissions

Each bank holiday saves at least 100,000 tonnes of carbon emissions Monkey Business Images / shutterstock Dénes Csala, Lancaster University…

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How mangroves protect people from increasingly frequent and powerful tropical storms

Damsea / shutterstock Adam Moolna, Keele University Mangroves are incredibly productive coastal ecosystems found in the tropics and subtropics. These…

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