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We think the moon formed when a Mars-sized object crashed into the young Earth. The same object could also have brought the carbon and other... [Read More]
Evidence is growing that a bacteria involved in gum disease causes Alzheimer's, raising hopes that a vaccine could one day prevent the disease... [Read More]
Among men aged 50 or higher those who are married have a stronger grip than bachelors – and remarried men have the strongest grip of... [Read More]
A virus that kills cancer cells could save the vision of children who have a rare eye cancer and often require eye removal surgery... [Read More]
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Huge lumps of fat and waste keep appearing in sewers, particularly in the UK – are they really on the rise, or are we just... [Read More]
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Patent-free seeds can diversify our food supply and fight climate change, say Johannes Kotschi and Bernd Horneburg... [Read More]
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A gene drive for mice could be very useful for studying diseases, but does not work nearly well enough to work as a tool for... [Read More]
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An algorithm can reconstruct images that are hidden behind a wall. It may help autonomous cars spot hazards before they come into view... [Read More]
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Far from being empty, the vacuum of space could be brimming with mysterious virtual particles. We now have a machine powerful enough to tear it... [Read More]
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Researchers have recreated the first recorded rogue wave, a monstrous wall of water that appears without warning, and it looks like Hokusai's Great Wave... [Read More]
People watching the total lunar eclipse in the early hours of Monday morning noticed a brief flash of light, which has now been confirmed as... [Read More]
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Fossils in China suggest that that some of the first animals in existence may have been carnivorous comb jellies similar to some species that still... [Read More]
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Genetic analysis suggests ancient people from sub-Saharan Africa may have crossed the Strait of Gibraltar into Spain 1300 years earlier than we thought... [Read More]
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The Chinese army has made an AI system that can track people across different sources of CCTV with around 90 per cent accuracy... [Read More]
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Children who received a vaccine for a common virus that attacks insulin-producing cells in the pancreas have shown lower rates of type 1 diabetes... [Read More]
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He Jiankui has been dismissed by the Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen after a preliminary investigation by provincial authorities... [Read More]
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People watching the total lunar eclipse in the early hours of Monday morning noticed a brief flash of light, which has now been confirmed as... [Read More]
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Adolf Hitler's deputy flew to Scotland in 1941 and was imprisoned for the rest of his life. But was the man in Spandau really Rudolf... [Read More]
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For their size, long-eared jerboas have some of the largest ears of any animal, clocking in at around 1.3 times the length of their head... [Read More]
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Creating a low emissions zone for shipping in the Mediterranean sea would cost €3 billion but should save €8 to 14 billion per year in... [Read More]
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