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It's goodbye from me. But I'll leave you with a quiz to test how much you've learned since the blog was launched almost seven years ago.

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The draft Annual Report of the FSA Chief Scientist shows that the FSA has remained true to its founding principle of being science-and-evidence based.

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People are often praised for being quick thinkers. Daniel Kahneman's book 'Thinking Fast and Slow' suggests we should also do some slow thinking.

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George Bernard Shaw said that the UK and US were 'two countries separated by the same language'. Not, thankfully, when it comes to science.

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Is holding events a useful way of discussing science? Fill in our very short survey to let us know.

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Worth a watch: programme on the science of chance.

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