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Working machines: by optimising our lives, have we lost what makes them worth living?

By cramming as much studying and socializing into every 24 hours as possible, are we leaving out something more important?

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Monkey faces: high tech facial recognition with a difference

Elizabeth Hopper talks about the monkey brain imaging that revolutionised neuroscience.