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Water Flowing On Mars, NASA Spacecraft Data Suggest

Light Shed On South Pole Dinosaurs

Why Plant 'Clones' Aren't Identical

Puffins 'Scout Out' Best Migration Route

New Conducting Properties Discovered in Bacteria-Produced Wires

Researchers Unravel the Magic of Flocks of Starlings

'Paranoia' About Rivals Alters Insect Mating Behavior

Billion-Year-Old Piece of North America Traced Back to Antarctica

You Can Count On This: Math Ability Is Inborn, New Research Suggests

Scientist Develops Virus That Targets HIV: Using a Virus to Kill a Virus

DNA Building Blocks Can Be Made in Space, NASA Evidence Suggests

Polar Dinosaur Tracks Open New Trail to Past

New Eruption Discovered at Undersea Volcano, After Successfully Forecasting the Event

Study Builds On Plausible Scenario for Origin of Life On Earth

Scientists Have New Help Finding Their Way Around Brain's Nooks and Crannies

Astronomy: A Spectacular Spiral in Leo

Hydrogen-Powered Symbiotic Bacteria Found in Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Mussels

Deep Recycling in Earth Faster Than Thought

Engineers Reverse E. Coli Metabolism for Quick Production of Fuels, Chemicals

Genetically Modified 'Serial Killer' T-Cells Obliterate Tumors in Leukemia Patients

Biodiversity Key to Earth's Life-Support Functions in a Changing World

Darkest Known Exoplanet: Alien World Is Blacker Than Coal

Arctic Ice Melt Could Pause for Several Years, Then Resume Again

Like Humans, Chimps Are Born With Immature Forebrains

Decade-Long Study Reveals Recurring Patterns of Viruses in the Open Ocean

Water Flowing On Mars, NASA Spacecraft Data Suggest
Observations from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have revealed possible flowing water during the warmest months on Mars.

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Light Shed On South Pole Dinosaurs
Dog-sized dinosaurs that lived near the South Pole, sometimes in the dark for months at a time, had bone tissue very similar to dinosaurs that lived everywhere on the planet, according to a doctoral candidate at Montana State University.

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Why Plant 'Clones' Aren't Identical
A new study of plants that are reproduced by 'cloning' has shown why cloned plants are not identical.

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Puffins 'Scout Out' Best Migration Route
Individual Atlantic puffins 'scout out' their own migration routes rather than relying on genetic 'programming' or learning routes from a parent, a new study suggests.

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New Conducting Properties Discovered in Bacteria-Produced Wires
The discovery of a fundamental, previously unknown property of microbial nanowires in the bacterium Geobacter sulfurreducens that allows electron transport across long distances could revolutionize nanotechnology and bioelectronics, says a team of physicists and microbiologists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

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Researchers Unravel the Magic of Flocks of Starlings
Do fish swimming in schools or birds flying in flocks have a collective spirit that enables them to move as one? Are they animals with highly developed cognition, a complex instinct or a telepathic gift? A recent study conducted by the research group led by Prof. Charlotte Hemelrijk of the University of Groningen points in another direction. Mathematical models of self-organization show that complicated collective behaviour can be the consequence of a few simple behavioural rules.

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'Paranoia' About Rivals Alters Insect Mating Behavior
Scientists at the University of Liverpool have found that male fruitflies experience a type of 'paranoia' in the presence of another male, which doubles the length of time they mate with a female, despite the female of the species only ever mating with one male.

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Billion-Year-Old Piece of North America Traced Back to Antarctica
An international team of researchers has found the strongest evidence yet that parts of North America and Antarctica were connected 1.1 billion years ago, long before the supercontinent Pangaea formed.

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You Can Count On This: Math Ability Is Inborn, New Research Suggests
We accept that some people are born with a talent for music or art or athletics. But what about mathematics? Do some of us just arrive in the world with better math skills than others?

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Scientist Develops Virus That Targets HIV: Using a Virus to Kill a Virus
In what represents an important step toward curing HIV, a USC scientist has created a virus that hunts down HIV-infected cells.

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DNA Building Blocks Can Be Made in Space, NASA Evidence Suggests
NASA-funded researchers have evidence that some building blocks of DNA, the molecule that carries the genetic instructions for life, found in meteorites were likely created in space. The research gives support to the theory that a "kit" of ready-made parts created in space and delivered to Earth by meteorite and comet impacts assisted the origin of life.

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Polar Ice Caps Can Recover from Warmer Climate-Induced Melting, Study Shows

Sniffer Dogs Can Be Used to Detect Lung Cancer, Research Suggests

Further, Faster, Higher: Wildlife Responds Increasingly Rapidly to Climate Change

Simple Way to Grow Muscle Tissue With Real Muscle Structure

Parasite Uses the Power of Attraction to Trick Rats Into Becoming Cat Food

Growth of Cities Endangers Global Environment, According to New Analysis

Common Cause of All Forms of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Discovered

Oldest Fossils On Earth Discovered

Plants and Fungi Play the 'Underground Market'

Galaxies Are Running out of Gas: Why the Lights Are Going out in the Universe

Antennas in Your Clothes? New Design Could Pave the Way

Astronomers Find Ice and Possibly Methane On Snow White, a Distant Dwarf Planet

Yeast's Epic Journey 500 Years Ago Gave Rise to Lager Beer

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How Butterflies Copy Their Neighbors to Fool Birds

Increased Tropical Forest Growth Could Release Carbon from the Soil

Fruit Bats Navigate With Internal Maps: Scientists Fit Bats With World's Smallest GPS Devices

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E. Coli, Salmonella May Lurk in Unwashable Places in Produce

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Speaking and Understanding Speech Share the Same Parts of the Brain

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Honeycomb Carbon Crystals Possibly Detected in Space

AIDS Researchers Isolate New Potent and Broadly Effective Antibodies Against HIV

Getting Inside the Mind (and Up the Nose) of Our Ancient Ancestors

Physicists Undo the 'Coffee Ring Effect'

Moon Younger Than Previously Thought, Analysis of Lunar Rock Reveals

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