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Monday, September 13, 1999 Published at 12:21 GMT 13:21 UK


Women reveal their facial attraction
Women think more feminine-looking men are more likely to be committed in a relationship, according to a BBC Television Megalab '99 experiment.
Computers get chattier
A computer conversation program put in an exceptional performance in an experiment in the BBC's Megalab '99.
The sound of music to come
Musicians have produced what it is claimed to be the world's first single to be recorded live on the Internet.
UK astronaut essential, says Foale
Spaceman Michael Foale tells the BBC that the UK Government should pay for an astronaut.
Be a part of Megalab
This is your chance to take part in some of the world's biggest experiments during Megalab '99.
Lighthouse megamove complete
A 164-year-old lighthouse has been moved back from a cliff edge to prevent it tumbling into the English Channel.
Hawking predicts 'GM humans'
Humans are set for a major redesign in the next millennium, according to Professor Stephen Hawking.
Mission to explain
The UK Government needs to be more in tune with the public's attitudes towards science and technology, says minister.
Future science
Professor Susan Greenfield, director of the Royal Institution in London, outlines her vision of the future of science at a Downing Street lecture.
Mind machine tests UK's psychic powers
Britain's psychic power is being put to the test by a strange-looking steel kiosk, now installed at the British Association's Festival of Science.
Escape from the lab
SET99 - National Science Week - aims to get scientists out of the lab and on to the street.



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