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The world’s most hackable car

GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Off-road driving takes on a whole new meaning in the final part of Dr Karl’s series on the rise of car hacking. And this is just the beginning …

Electron microscope image of bacteriophages attacking bacteria (Source: Dr Graham Beard/Wikimedia Commons)

‘Good guy’ virus kills bacteria

GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: Bacteriophages kill about half the bacteria on Earth every day. Dr Karl explains how nature’s guided missiles can treat common diseases.

The coolest club on Earth

GREAT MOMENTS IN SCIENCE: You have to be pretty thick skinned to join the 300 Club. Dr Karl explains what it takes to survive the initiation ritual.

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