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Can stress be hereditary? New studies suggest that traumatic events leave traces in our genes - a process that can, however, be reversed. Plus: Dancing for the brain! | Gender marketing | The moon from a whole new perspective

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Tomorrow Today

The Science Magazine

English Can stress be hereditary? New studies suggest that traumatic events leave traces in our genes - a process that can, however, be reversed. Plus: Dancing for the brain! | Gender marketing | The moon from a whole new perspective

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Turning of the Tide in South Africa

English South Africa is further removed now from the ideal of a rainbow nation than at any other time since the official end of apartheid in 1994. Extremists are increasingly gaining traction and poisoning the atmosphere, as some incite hatred for short-term political gain. The tide is turning in South Africa.

Turning of the Tide in South Africa English
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Living in the Digital Age

English Unlocked with a look: how secure are biometric smartphone locks? Opportunities with the cryptocurrency technology Blockchain: how new technologies can serve as cultural catalysts. And on Exit: distorted perspectives.

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Daniil Trifonov - A New Chopin, Part 1

English Dortmund, spring, 2017. Pianist Daniil Trifonov teamed up with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra to record the two Chopin piano concertos in E and F minor. Taking the podium was conductor Mikhail Pletnev, whose new orchestral arrangement was recorded here for the first time.

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