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Top stories: Diamond-studded meteorites, ‘crazy bad’ air pollution, and a ‘gateway’ virus
Science Magazine This week’s top Science news 9 minutes
New DNA screening reveals whose blood the vampire bat is drinking
SCIENCE DAILY The vampire bat prefers to feed on domestic animals such as cows and pigs. When it does so, there is a risk of transmission of pathogens.... 17 minutes
Medical News Today: Could gut bacteria cause joint pain?
MNT A study looks at the relationship between diet, gut bacteria, and osteoarthritis. Surprisingly, it found that the microbiome is linked to joint health. 33 minutes
Remote-control shoots laser at nano-gold to turn on cancer-killing immune cells
SCIENCE DAILY Cancer immune cell therapy has made headlines with astounding successes like saving former US President Jimmy Carter from brain cancer. But immunotherapy has also had many... 1 hour
Treatment of cancer could become possible with adenovirus
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have shown that adenovirus binds to a specific type of carbohydrate that is overexpressed on certain types of cancer cells. The discovery opens up new opportunities for the development of virus-based... 1 hour
Wood formation model to fuel progress in bioenergy, paper, new applications
PHYS.ORG A new systems biology model that mimics the process of wood formation allows scientists to predict the effects of switching on and off 21 pathway genes... 2 hours
This Contorted Mystery Squid May Be the 'Most Bizarre' Ever Seen
LIVE SCIENCE An unidentified species of squid recently performed an unusual "twisted" ballet. 2 hours
Role of UBE3A enzyme in Angelman syndrome
NEWS MEDICAL The group, led by the Ikerbasque professor Ugo Mayor of the UPV/EHU's Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, has just published in the journal Human Molecular Genetics an explanation of the mechanisms affected by... 3 hours
Evolutionary history of tumor helps predict severity of prostate cancer
NEWS MEDICAL Findings from Canadian Prostate Cancer Genome Network (CPC-GENE) researchers and their collaborators, published today in Cell, show that the aggressiveness of an individual prostate cancer can be accurately... 3 hours
The dark side of cichlid fish—from cannibal to caregiver
PHYS.ORG Cannibalism, the eating of conspecifics, has a rational background in the animal kingdom. It may serve as a source of energy-rich nutrition or to increase reproductive success. Some species do... 3 hours
High-tech microscope reveals how cancer-causing virus anchors itself to human DNA
NEWS MEDICAL Using a homemade, high-tech microscope, scientists at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have revealed how a cancer-causing virus anchors itself to our DNA. That... 3 hours
Study confirms parental infanticide in grassland bird species
NEWS MEDICAL Baby birds go missing from their nests all the time. Usually, the disappearances are chalked up to predation, but in extremely rare cases, parents have been observed removing their own chicks from... 3 hours
Study reveals surprising insights into RNA-binding proteins
NEWS MEDICAL A host of special molecules called nuclear RNA-binding proteins (RBPs), when misplaced outside the nucleus, form the harmful clumps seen in several brain disorders, including frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). 3 hours
Research models how deadly virus moves among Pacific salmon, trout
PHYS.ORG For the first time researchers studying a deadly virus modeled how it spreads to young trout and salmon in the waters of the Columbia River Basin, showing that... 4 hours
The challenges of an alien spaceflight program—escaping super-Earths and red dwarf stars
PHYS.ORG Since the beginning of the Space Age, humans have relied on chemical rockets to get into space. While this method is certainly effective, it... 4 hours
Tilapia—freak farmed fish or evolutionary rock star?
PHYS.ORG Posts are appearing on my Facebook feed warning against the dangers of eating tilapia. So I decided to do a little research. 4 hours
Algae as a viable alternative to food, animal feed and care products
PHYS.ORG Today, 90 percent of organic chemicals are based on fossil fuels, meaning they are based on non-renewable resources. 70 percent of proteins in the... 4 hours
Triassic Reptile from Tanzania Finally Gets Scientific Name: Mandasuchus tanyauchen
SCI-NEWS.COM An international team of paleontologists from the Natural History Museum, London, the University of Birmingham and... 4 hours
New CRISPR tool allows DNA editing outside of the cell
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers have developed a cell free method of gene editing, which uses a new version of the CRISPR tool that can edit DNA outside of the cell. This... 4 hours
Bottlenose dolphins recorded for the first time in Canadian Pacific waters
SCIENCE DAILY A large group of common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) have been spotted in Canadian Pacific waters -- the first confirmed occurrence of the species in this... 5 hours
Single-cell database to propel biological studies
PHYS.ORG A team at Whitehead Institute and MIT has harnessed single-cell technologies to analyze over 65,000 cells from the regenerative planarian flatworm, Schmidtea mediterranea, revealing the complete suite of actives genes (or "transcriptome") for practically every type... 6 hours
Scientists discover gene controlling genetic recombination rates
PHYS.ORG Genetics is a crapshoot. During sexual reproduction, genes from both the mother and the father mix and mingle to produce a genetic combination unique to each offspring. In most cases, the chromosomes line up... 7 hours
Researchers find polyploidy has occurred many times during the evolution of insects
PHYS.ORG University of Arizona biology researchers have made a discovery that helps resolve a conundrum that has puzzled scientists for more than a century. 7 hours
Will rising carbon dioxide levels really boost plant growth?
PHYS.ORG Plants have become an unlikely subject of political debate. Many projections suggest that burning fossil fuels and the resulting climate change will make it harder to grow enough food for everyone in... 7 hours
Researchers build DNA replication in a model synthetic cell
PHYS.ORG Researchers at Delft University of Technology, in collaboration with colleagues at the Autonomous University of Madrid, have created an artificial DNA blueprint for the replication of DNA in a cell-like... 7 hours
Scientists identify unique binding mechanism of antifreeze molecule
PHYS.ORG Scientists have identified a unique molecular binding mechanism that helps keep non-mammalian creatures in sub-zero temperatures from freezing. Antifreeze glycoproteins (AFGPs), produced by polar fishes, inhibit ice growth to prevent their bodies... 8 hours
New initiative launched to support goals of Human Cell Atlas
NEWS MEDICAL Uri Laserson, PhD, Assistant Professor in the Department of Genetics and Genomics Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and collaborators have been awarded one... 9 hours
Scientists publish comprehensive lineage tree of whole adult animal in Science journal
NEWS MEDICAL From one stem cell to many differentiated body cells: Scientists from the MDC in Berlin, along with collaborating researchers in Munich, have published a... 9 hours
Medical News Today: Have some humans evolved into real-life merfolk?
MNT VIDEO Can the human body adapt to fit different environments? Sea nomad people from Southeast Asia testify to humans' versatility and endurance. 9 hours
One step closer to reality
PHYS.ORG Diffusion is the process that lets the color spread through tea, but there is way more to it than that: It's also one of the most fundamental principles underlying the inner workings of living cells. The ability of... 9 hours
AYOXXA introduces new LUNARIS Mouse 12-Plex Th17 Kit for quantitative analysis of Th17 cell biology
NEWS MEDICAL AYOXXA Biosystems GmbH, an international biotechnology company, focused on the development of innovative multiplex protein analysis technologies enabling... 10 hours
Innovative method based on FluidFM technology could revolutionize biological research
NEWS MEDICAL A groundbreaking new method for single cell analysis based on FluidFM technology allows scientist to investigate the behavior of individual cells within their natural environment. The new method... 11 hours
Rare variants in non-coding DNA inherited from parents heighten autism risk
NEWS MEDICAL In recent years, researchers have firmly established that gene mutations appearing for the first time, called de novo mutations, contribute to approximately one-third of cases of... 11 hours
Cytosurge develops new 3D printing method that allows scientists to manufacture tiny, complex metal components
NEWS MEDICAL An unprecedented micro 3D printing method now allows scientists to manufacture tiny, complex metal components in a direct... 11 hours
Museum researchers rediscover animal not seen in 30 years
PHYS.ORG Researchers from the San Diego Natural History Museum (The Nat) and the non-profit organization Terra Peninsular A.C. have rediscovered the San Quintin kangaroo rat (Dipodomys gravipes) in Baja California; the... 12 hours
Male fruit flies like sex and alcohol
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at Bar-Ilan University in Israel have found that male fruit flies (Drosophilia melanogaster) enjoy ejaculation and sex and are also keen on alcohol consumption. The results of this novel study that shows that... 16 hours
Breathtaking evolution amongst Indonesian tribe - bigger spleens for free-diving
NEWS MEDICAL VIDEO New evidence shows that the Bajau tribes from Indonesia, who are known to dive deep into the waters for up to 70 metres have evolved to develop larger... 16 hours
HIV-1 viruses transmitted at birth are resistant to antibodies in mother's blood
SCIENCE DAILY Of the genetically diverse population of HIV-1 viruses present in an infected pregnant woman, the few she might transmit to her child during delivery... 17 hours
3-D human 'mini-brains' shed new light on genetic underpinnings of major mental illness
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers are leveraging gene-editing tools and mini-organs grown in the lab to study the effects of DISC1 mutations in cerebral organoids --... 18 hours
Gene-edited stem cells show promise against HIV in non-human primates
SCIENCE DAILY Gene editing of bone marrow stem cells in pigtail macaques infected with simian/human immunodeficiency virus (SHIV) significantly reduces the size of dormant 'viral reservoirs' that pose a risk... 18 hours
Great Barrier Reef coral predicted to last at least 100 years before extinction from climate change
SCIENCE DAILY A common Great Barrier Reef coral species has enough genetic diversity to survive at least 100... 18 hours
Ramped up fight-or-flight response points to history of warfare for humans and chimps
SCIENCE DAILY Humans and chimpanzees recently evolved a more active fight-or-flight response compared to other primates, possibly in response to the threat of warfare. 18 hours
Bottlenose dolphins recorded for the first time in Canadian Pacific waters
PHYS.ORG A large group of common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) have been spotted in Canadian Pacific waters - the first confirmed occurrence of the species in this... 18 hours
'Alice in Wonderland' Dodo Was Murdered in Cold Blood
LIVE SCIENCE Dodos went extinct more than 300 years ago, but scientists are only now opening up a cold case after learning that one of the birds — the prized dodo specimen... 18 hours
Unprecedented wave of large-mammal extinctions linked to prehistoric humans
SCIENCE DAILY Homo sapiens, Neanderthals and other recent human relatives may have begun hunting large mammal species down to size -- by way of extinction -- at least 90,000 years earlier than... 19 hours
World's Most Famous Dodo Didn't Die — It Was Murdered
LIVE SCIENCE Dodos went extinct more than 300 years ago, but scientists are only now opening up a cold case after learning that one of the birds — the prized... 19 hours
Museum researchers rediscover animal not seen in 30 years
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have rediscovered the San Quintin kangaroo rat (Dipodomys gravipes) in Baja California. The Museum is partnering with Terra and local authorities on a conservation plan for the species, which... 20 hours
Variants in non-coding DNA contribute to inherited autism risk
SCIENCE DAILY In recent years, researchers have firmly established that gene mutations appearing for the first time, called de novo mutations, contribute to approximately one-third of cases of autism spectrum disorder. In... 20 hours
Single-cell database to propel biological studies
MIT Whitehead team analyzes transcriptomes for roughly 70,000 cells in planarians, creates publicly available database to drive further research. 22 hours
Study predicts 2018 flu vaccine will likely have 20 percent efficacy
SCIENCE DAILY A new study of 6,610 human flu sequences predicts that this fall's flu vaccine will likely have the same reduced efficacy against the dominant circulating strain... 22 hours
Dogs could be more similar to humans than we thought
SCIENCE DAILY Dog and human gut microbiomes have more similar genes and responses to diet than we previously thought, according to a new study 22 hours
Gene variant increases empathy-driven fear in mice
SCIENCE DAILY A small difference in a gene affecting brain circuitry explains variations in empathic fear among different inbred mice strains. As empathy is evolutionarily conserved from rodents to humans, the study brings new insights into... 22 hours
Larger spleens may help ‘sea nomads’ stay underwater longer
SCIENCE-NEWS The Bajau people of Southeast Asia have a gene variant associated with larger spleens, boosting their oxygen while breath-hold diving, researchers say. 23 hours
The bugs in your gut could make you weak in the knees
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have long thought that osteoarthritis in people who are obese was a consequence of excess wear and tear on joints, but a new... 24 hours
U.S. agencies clash over who should regulate genetically engineered livestock
Science Magazine Agriculture department and Food and Drug Administration disagree 24 hours
Autistic children may inherit DNA mutations from their fathers
Science Magazine Whole-genome sequencing finds changes in regulatory regions associated with autism 1 day
Paternally inherited cis-regulatory structural variants are associated with autism
Science Magazine The genetic basis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is known to consist of contributions from de novo mutations in variant-intolerant genes. We hypothesize that rare inherited structural variants in cis-regulatory... 1 day
Even more genes control cell growth
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MFN2 agonists reverse mitochondrial defects in preclinical models of Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 2A
Science Magazine Mitofusins (MFNs) promote fusion-mediated mitochondrial content exchange and subcellular trafficking. Mutations in Mfn2 cause neurodegenerative Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 2A (CMT2A). We showed... 1 day
Systematic analysis of complex genetic interactions
Science Magazine To systematically explore complex genetic interactions, we constructed ~200,000 yeast triple mutants and scored negative trigenic interactions. We selected double-mutant query genes across a broad spectrum of biological processes, spanning a range of quantitative features of... 1 day
Capillarity-induced folds fuel extreme shape changes in thin wicked membranes
Science Magazine Soft deformable materials are needed for applications such as stretchable electronics, smart textiles, or soft biomedical devices. However, the design of a durable, cost-effective, or biologically compatible version... 1 day
Body size downgrading of mammals over the late Quaternary
Science Magazine Since the late Pleistocene, large-bodied mammals have been extirpated from much of Earth. Although all habitable continents once harbored giant mammals, the few remaining species are largely confined to Africa.... 1 day
Unexpected reversal of C3 versus C4 grass response to elevated CO2 during a 20-year field experiment
Science Magazine Theory predicts and evidence shows that plant species that use the C4 photosynthetic pathway (C4 species)... 1 day
Structure of a prehandover mammalian ribosomal SRP{middle dot}SRP receptor targeting complex
Science Magazine Signal recognition particle (SRP) targets proteins to the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). SRP recognizes the ribosome synthesizing a signal sequence and delivers it to the SRP receptor... 1 day
Developmental and oncogenic programs in H3K27M gliomas dissected by single-cell RNA-seq
Science Magazine Gliomas with histone H3 lysine27-to-methionine mutations (H3K27M-glioma) arise primarily in the midline of the central nervous system of young children, suggesting a cooperation between genetics and... 1 day
Observing the cell in its native state: Imaging subcellular dynamics in multicellular organisms
Science Magazine True physiological imaging of subcellular dynamics requires studying cells within their parent organisms, where all the environmental cues that drive gene expression,... 1 day
A complete cell atlas and lineage tree of the immortal flatworm
PHYS.ORG From one stem cell to many differentiated body cells: Scientists from the MDC in Berlin, along with collaborating researchers in Munich, have published a comprehensive lineage... 1 day
Unprecedented wave of large-mammal extinctions linked to ancient humans
PHYS.ORG Homo sapiens, Neanderthals and other recent human relatives may have begun hunting large mammal species down to size - by way of extinction - at least 90,000 years earlier than... 1 day
Genome Jenga study reveals unexpected gene alliances in the cell
PHYS.ORG To understand how a cell works, biologists like to take it apart. By removing genes from cells in diverse combinations, researchers have now uncovered how different genes work... 1 day
Great Barrier Reef corals can survive global warming for another century
PHYS.ORG Using genetic samples and computer simulations, evolutionary biologists have made a glass-half-full forecast: Corals in the Great Barrier Reef have enough genetic variation to adapt to... 1 day
British cybersecurity expert faces key hearing in US case
PHYS.ORG A British cybersecurity expert once heralded as a hero for stopping the WannaCry worldwide computer virus is due in a Milwaukee courtroom Thursday, where he will ask the judge to... 1 day
Neurons derived from super-obese people respond differently to appetite hormones
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have successfully generated hypothalamic-like neurons from human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs) taken from the blood and skin cells of super-obese individuals and people with a normal... 1 day
Cell type transcriptome atlas for the planarian Schmidtea mediterranea
Science Magazine The transcriptome of a cell dictates its unique cell-type biology. We used single-cell RNA sequencing to determine the transcriptomes for essentially every cell type of a complete animal: the regenerative... 1 day
Cell type atlas and lineage tree of a whole complex animal by single-cell transcriptomics
Science Magazine Flatworms of the species Schmidtea mediterranea are immortal—adult animals contain a large pool of pluripotent stem cells that continuously differentiate... 1 day
Rapid sea level rise in the aftermath of a Neoproterozoic snowball Earth
Science Magazine Earth’s most severe climate changes occurred during global-scale snowball-Earth glaciations, which profoundly altered Earth’s atmosphere, oceans, and biosphere. Extreme rates of glacio-eustatic sea-level rise... 1 day
Natural selection interacts with recombination to shape the evolution of hybrid genomes
Science Magazine To investigate the consequences of hybridization between species, we studied three replicate hybrid populations that formed naturally between two swordtail fish species, estimating their... 1 day
Study provides video evidence of parental infanticide in a grassland bird species
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Baby birds go missing from their nests all the time. Usually, the disappearances are chalked up to predation, but in extremely rare cases, parents... 1 day
Tiny fly blows bubbles to cool off: study
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Humans sweat, dogs pant, cats lick their fur. Animals have adopted an interesting array of techniques for regulating body temperature through evaporation. 1 day
Putting proteins in their proper place
PHYS.ORG A host of special molecules called nuclear RNA-binding proteins (RBPs), when misplaced outside the nucleus, form the harmful clumps seen in several brain disorders, including frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). "Clumps that form... 1 day
Homemade microscope reveals how a cancer-causing virus clings to our DNA
PHYS.ORG Using a homemade, high-tech microscope, scientists at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have revealed how a cancer-causing virus anchors itself to our DNA. That... 1 day
'Rip Van Winkle' plants hide underground for up to 20 years
PHYS.ORG Scores of plant species are capable of living dormant under the soil for up to 20 years, enabling them to survive through difficult times, a new... 1 day
Indonesian divers have evolved bigger spleens to hunt underwater
Science Magazine VIDEO “Sea nomads” carry a gene that spurs spleen growth 1 day
Feather replacement or parental care? Migratory birds desert their offspring to molt
PHYS.ORG A new study shows that when feather replacement and parental care overlap in time, migratory songbirds make a striking trade-off; they desert their offspring,... 1 day
Humans Probably Practiced Brain Surgery on This Cow 5,000 Years Ago
LIVE SCIENCE About 5,000 years ago, humans used crude stone tools to puncture a hole in a cow's head, making it the earliest known instance of skull surgery... 1 day
Male fruit flies enjoy ejaculation
SCIENCE-NEWS Red light exposure made some genetically engineered fruit flies ejaculate, spurring a surge of a brain reward compound — and less desire for booze. 1 day
Medical News Today: Added to chemotherapy, this drug doubles lung cancer survival
MNT Adding immunotherapy to chemotherapy doubled survival in a trial of metastatic nonsquamous non-small cell lung cancer lacking EGFR and ALK mutations. 1 day
Why male and female cells behave differently after being reprogrammed into stem cells
PHYS.ORG Vincent Pasque from KU Leuven, Belgium, and Kathrin Plath from UCLA led an international study into how specialized cells are reprogrammed to... 1 day
Optogenetic study shows that male flies find ejaculation pleasurable
PHYS.ORG Researchers reporting in Current Biology on April 19 show that male fruit flies find sex—and more specifically ejaculation—to be an inherently rewarding experience. The study is the first to show... 1 day
Genetic adaptations to diving discovered in humans for the first time
PHYS.ORG Evidence that humans can genetically adapt to diving has been identified for the first time in a new study. The evidence suggests that the Bajau, a... 1 day
Human protein important for cellular communication resembles bacterial toxin
PHYS.ORG A protein that plays an important role in embryonic development and nervous system wiring in humans appears to have been borrowed from bacteria. In a study published April 19, 2018,... 1 day
Converting CO2 to store renewable energy
PHYS.ORG Yuvraj Birdja converted CO2 to formic acid to store energy in a sustainable way, with different catalysts. With this new knowledge, scientists are a step closer in industrially converting CO2 to chemicals and fuels. This can... 1 day
How bacteria could help turn a potent greenhouse gas into renewable fuel
PHYS.ORG Bacteria can become a workforce that helps redefine our energy sector. 1 day
Aziyo Biologics, BIOTRONIK enter into US co-distribution agreement
NEWS MEDICAL Aziyo Biologics, Inc., a fully integrated regenerative medicine company, today announced that it has entered into a US co-distribution agreement for its CanGaroo Bio Envelope with BIOTRONIK, Inc., a global leader in... 1 day
Fossilized algae hold promise for improved food safety testing
PHYS.ORG Researchers have used the fossilized remains of algae to take a key step toward being able to more sensitively detect harmful contaminants in food. 1 day
Teen patient gets a new lease on life
NEWS MEDICAL At just 18 years old, Megan Gagliardi was told she might die from a rare genetic heart condition. Now, thanks in part to UAB Medicine's Comprehensive Transplant Institute (CTI), she is celebrating... 1 day
New ant species from Borneo explodes to defend its colony
PHYS.ORG Amongst the countless fascinating plants and animals inhabiting the tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia, there are the spectacular "exploding ants", a group of arboreal, canopy dwelling ants nicknamed... 1 day
Interaction between dioxin and HLA gene variant activates events associated with rheumatoid arthritis
NEWS MEDICAL It has been known for more than three decades that individuals with a particular version of a gene -; human leukocyte antigen... 1 day
How plastic-eating bacteria actually work—a chemist explains
PHYS.ORG The plastic bottles we throw away today will be around for hundreds of years. It's one of the key reasons why the mounting plastic pollution problem, which is having a deadly effect on marine... 1 day
Modern science shows Roman wheat farming advice was highly accurate
PHYS.ORG Plant biologists from The University of Western Australia have made an important discovery about rising temperatures and wheat crops—and subsequently learned that the Romans suspected the effect more... 1 day
Medical News Today: Have some humans evolved into real-life merfolk?
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Study provides video evidence of parental infanticide in a grassland bird species
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Indonesian divers have evolved bigger spleens to hunt underwater
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Breathtaking evolution amongst Indonesian tribe - bigger spleens for free-diving
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Tiny fly blows bubbles to cool off: study
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How vampire bats survive on a diet of blood
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340,000 stars' DNA interrogated in search for sun's lost siblings
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How Birds-To-Be Get Oxygen Inside Eggs
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These ants have evolved a complex system of battlefield triage and rescue
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Science and Twitter join forces to uncover a globally imperiled plant species
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Harmful genetic mutations may be less common than we thought
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Spikes of graphene can kill bacteria on implants
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Study produces clearest images to date of HSV-1, the virus that causes cold sores
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Magnetic Fields Are A Big Predictor Of A Loggerhead Turtle's Genes
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A sperm race to save one of New Zealand's threatened birds, the sugar-lapping hihi
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Study proposes link between formation of supercontinents, strength of ocean tides
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Confirmation bias: I believe, therefore it's true
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A new wave of rock removal could spell disaster for farmland wildlife
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Fit for porpoise: Gene changes made 'river pig' unique
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Topical antibiotic triggers unexpected antiviral response
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