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We can learn a lot from nature. Spiders, for example, produce an amazing substance, their silk. It could have important medical uses. Many plants contain substances that can treat illnesses. But science has yet to figure out how some of them work.

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The Science Magazine

We can learn a lot from nature. Spiders, for example, produce an amazing substance, their silk. It could have important medical uses. Many plants contain substances that can treat illnesses. But science has yet to figure out how some of them work.

No Entry - Europe’s Border in Africa

Europe’s governments are breathing a sigh of relief as the number of refugees arriving from Africa falls. But at what price? Reporter Shafagh Laghai traces the new wall across Africa, built by the European Union. Her journey begins in Mali, where the mission of the Bundeswehr, Germany’s Armed Forces, is not just to combat terrorism but also to prevent migration.

Living in the Digital Age

A London research group sheds digital light on human rights abuses. China plans to rate its citizens' behavior. And how Google Earth images can become art.

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