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MPs warn of invasion by non-native plant and animal species
PET scans could predict extent of recovery from brain injury, trials shows
Rare T rex bones arrive at Smithsonian Museum after cross-country journey
Nasa asks members of public to select spacesuit of the future
Want to stick pins in your partner? Face it, you're hangry | Dean Burnett
Sluggish cognitive tempo: a new disorder and rival to ADHD
Five wonder materials that could change the world
Five wonder materials that could change the world via @guardian
Forget the diet supplements - you're more likely NOT to need them than the other way around. Me for @guardianscience…
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Dietary supplements: who needs them? | Tania Browne
Super-rats and cephalopods: the species that could conquer mankind @garwboy
Most of us are better off without dietary supplements, argues @CherryMakes
Moon turns orange in lunar eclipse - video
Hangry: a stupid, made-up word for being hungry and angry at the same time?
'Blood moon' lunar eclipse – in pictures
Why we're only 'somewhat proud' to be British
SpaceX poised for space station cargo run Monday after several delays
How do tiny ants engineer such amazing structures? A look at ant organization via @guardianscience #entomology
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Why odd numbers are dodgy, evens are good, and 7 is everyone's favourite More number psychology from my new book
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Until last week only 2 types of hadron were known. Now LHCb has found a third @jonmbutterworth
Nasa supplies to launch despite critical outage at International Space Station via @guardian