Katie Burton

A new, double-sided world map projection seeks to minimise the problems inherent in flattening the globe 
Thirty years ago, a group of scientists began the Human Genome Project, revolutionising the study of human health and disease 
New collaborative research from the University of Oxford and the University of Washington proves the link between man-made climate change and Andes flood-risk
When photographer Matthew Maran first snapped a fox he had no idea how familiar they would soon become
by Declan Walsh • Bloomsbury • £14 (hardback)
England has long suffered from a North–South divide. Despite numerous attempts to tackle it, the rift shows no sign of healing 

Nature by Artavazd Peleshyan

A new film by renowned Armenian film maker Artavazd Peleshyan depicts the violence and power of nature
 Traditional methods of design and construction have led to a built-world of inefficient, unsustainable materials and structures. By unpicking nature’s secrets and copying them, scientists in the field of biomimetics aim to create a more intelligent world
Every year a group of dedicated volunteers measures the last remaining snow in the UK 

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