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Just Ask!

This week's question for Tomorrow Today is from Travor Daniel in Nigeria: Does too much social media cause depression?

Just Ask!

Our viewer Gik Khing Nüchter in Indonesia wants to know if there are Polar Lights in the southern hemisphere too.

Just ask!

Our viewer question this week comes from Tabea Conrad in Berlin. She wants to know why people stop growing when they become adults?

Pool testing – a new strategy

COVID-19 tests can be expensive and time-consuming. To get an up-to-date picture of how the coronavirus has spread throughout the population, Rwanda regularly tests a cross-section of the population using a strategy called pool testing.

Bangladesh: Sacking plastic bags

Bangladesh banned single-use plastic bags in 2002 but does not enforce the ban. The bags are everywhere. A scientist in Dhaka has developed an eco-friendly biodegradable alternative made from jute.

Europe and Mars Exploration

Europe’s first Mars rover is set to set off next year. The ESA's Mars Express has been circling the planet since 2004. It's made amazing discoveries, finding traces of volcanoes and glaciers.

Image makeover for scavengers

Seven of the 11 species of vulture in Africa are either in decline or on the edge of extinction. The scavengers play an important role in local ecosystems. In Kenya, an environmental protection agency is working to protect these endangered birds.

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