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The African brain drain

An inaugural science conference in Senegal has committed to tackling the continent’s exodus of STEM talent
Thirty years on, the Chernobyl disaster still leaves a radioactive footprint on Norwegian reindeer. However, could the worst of it be over?

Little white lies

In our first look at Discovering Britain’s new viewpoints, Laura Cole visits the Seven Sisters in East Sussex to find a scene you’re probably familiar with

The drowned apostles

The Twelve Apostles, a series of great limestone stacks along the coast of Victoria, have long been a cornerstone of Australia’s Great Ocean Road. Last month, five new columns were discovered six kilometres offshore, lying 50 metres underwater
The world’s biggest library of bat sounds has been compiled in order to monitor some of the most biodiverse regions of Mexico
At the launch of an independent report on the environmental impacts of the EU referendum, Geographical collects perspectives from key environmental charities and academics
Women, especially in developing nations, are bearing the burden of a global childcare crisis, with many being forced to leave their children at home while they work
How can we conserve species and biodiversity hotspots that haven’t been located on the ground? The answer could be in the skies
Hydraulic fracturing – or ‘fracking’ – now accounts for more than half of all US crude oil output
This month, the RGS-IBG’s Discovering Britain series introduces one of its new trails and takes Laura Cole to a ruined city on the Suffolk coast

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