Gluten is blamed for all manner of digestive issues. But modern bread manufacturing processes might be the real villain, finds Liz Boden
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With countries including Finland, the Netherlands and France considering pilot schemes this year, the idea of a universal basic income is gaining momentum. Giving every citizen the same monthly payment, no matter what their employment status or financial situation, is being touted as a way to help redistribute wealth, create a simpler welfare system and give people more time to get involved in their communities. It may seem fair, but is it the best way to give help to those who need it most? And, would such a system be open to exploitation?
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From preventing the next Zika virus to saving endangered species: do the benefits of DNA manipulation outweigh its potential dangers? Medical genetics PhD student Chloe Warren untangles the arguments
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