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A NASA experiment in terraforming is captured by a powerfully intimate podcast about 6 volunteers spending a year in a tiny dome
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The skeleton of an entirely new - but now extinct - species of gibbon was found in the tomb of Lady Xia, grandmother of China’s first emperor, and was probably her pet
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Several conditions including anxiety, depression and anorexia all share a common set of genes, which could lead to better diagnoses
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There’s an enormous, fast-moving explosion in space unlike anything we’ve seen before, and astronomers around the world are scrambling to figure out what it is
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Bad news for England: only extra penalty shoot-outs plus a new points system will discourage collusion in future football World Cups, says Ignacio Palacios-Huerta
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Bobby the fin whale presides over the reopening of Cambridge University’s zoology museum – with David Attenborough putting the final specimen in place
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Bogong moths are the first insects found to use Earth’s magnetic field to navigate long distances, during their epic migrations across Australia
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Conservation charity Sea Life Trust has spent six years developing a plan to bring the 12 year-old belugas, nicknamed “Little White” and “Little Grey”, from captivity in China to an open water refuge
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A detailed molecular analysis of hundreds of post-mortem brains supports the controversial theory that viruses contribute to Alzheimer’s disease
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Mars colonists could build their habitats and clothes from “living” self-healing materials and make them air-tight with rubber grown by E. coli
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