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Operation Rubicon

It has been revealed that US and West German intelligence agencies had unprecedented access to a huge range of classified information and prior knowledge of some of the most significant events of the 20th Century.

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The real Frozen: What can we do with ice?

Scientists at Warwick are researching the properties of ice with a view to harnessing its power. No – not to build a magical crystal castle and set off an eternal winter - but to unlock the many real life applications with an icy key.

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Dragons in the Sky

People were seeing dragons in the sky long before Westeros hit popular culture explains astrophysicist Dr Elizabeth Stanway.

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Why did one inaccurate woodcut image of a rhino become Europe's preferred impression of the exotic beast - for more than 300 years? Dr Alexander Lee from the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance explains in a piece for History Today.

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Dr Michelle Miller from Warwick Medical School explains how the pandemic may have affected our sleep, and some simple steps to help ensure a more restful night.