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The evolution of the spacesuit Engineers are always improving designs to protect astronauts from the vacuum and temperatures of space, while also enabling astronauts to move as freely as possible. See a fashion show of spacesuits Tetris algorithm helps environment Research on how to arrange a collection of 2D shapes into the smallest space could lead to methods that package goods into fewer, smaller deliveries Living in long-term isolation An upcoming study will confine six people for 105 days to simulate a long space trip – planetary scientist Pascal Lee describes his 402-day stay in an Antarctic research station Earth may be entering climate change danger zone Climate experts have found that the planet is changing faster than expected and so have updated the “burning embers” diagram of climate-change threats Chimps know geometry A study of spatial orientation in wild chimps suggests they use Euclidian maps to reach food sources and are aware of the distances they need to walk Avatar’s eyes are the windows to your virtual soul The development of a new animation technique means that virtual eyes that closely mimic real eyes can be created in minutes. Watch our video detailing the process Gadgets to green our lives See our gallery of the best tech-based proposals to cut our environmental impact,