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Trio of Earth-sized planets around nearby star could reveal life:
People who develop schizophrenia may have been born with brains with a different structure:
Recycled coffee grounds could make roads smoother and greener:
Bottlenose dolphins have been observed chattering while cooperating to solve a tricky puzzle
Origin, evolution, extinction - delve into the epic story of life on Earth
Put down the Marigolds. Childcare and housework are bad for women's health:
Neutrinos are slippery customers – but they may be morphing to become even more intangible
The teenager who can’t help speaking in a French accent:
The reason why fresh outbreaks of Ebola seemingly come out of nowhere has been discovered:
Brain scans could indicate if someone with brain damage will regain full consciousness:
On a weekend getaway? This is why you might find it difficult to get a good night's sleep:
The trend of demonising all processed food is misguided, says Anthony Warner
Metadating – helping you find love based on your everyday data:
Let people most affected by gene editing write #CRISPR rules
Did a series of volcanic eruptions aid the rise of the Roman Empire?
The 'axis of evil' could be evidence of cosmic complications we can’t see
A cast-off crumb from the solar system’s early days has wound its way back towards the sun:
Your favourite chocolate could influence the make-up of the microbe community in your gut:
Don't bother diagnosing climate change, the point now is to act:
Take a look inside the long-lost world of the Amazon's tepui mountains:
Kenya is destroying a stockpile of poached ivory - how to keep the elephants alive, though?
A US panel has rejected a new drug for muscular dystrophy. It was the right call.
Computer generates all possible ideas to beat patent trolls:
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Japanese satellite's premature death linked to software malfunction:
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