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It's all to celebrate the launch of our new dating site, New Scientist Connect.

After refreshing your techniques with our guide to Darwinian dating, be sure to read about how DNA can make or break the rules of attraction.

We'll also be asking you to choose your favourite of the pick-up tricks in our quiz, so be sure to take the survey all the way to the end.

For that final inspiration injection, read our photo comic about Linda's DNA dating adventure.

They wanted to know what would happen in a world where instead of vetting potential dates by their artfully posed selfies or carefully crafted dating-site profiles, we looked at data gathered by their computers and phones.

As use of data-gathering devices increases, it’s a world that’s just round the corner. “There’s a bit of a mismatch between a data led view of the world – which is very dry and mechanical – and how we view ourselves,” says Chris Elsden, who headed up the project.

ONE Saturday night last year, 11 people went looking for love.

Like countless speed daters before them, they met in a room draped with curtains, the lights on low.

We have plenty in common, get on famously, and I have a strong desire to kiss him whenever I see him.

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