Artificial sweetener seems to change gut microbiome.
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Mangalyaan aims to be Asia’s first successful Martian mission.
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Goal to develop treatments for a refractory form of the disease.
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Algal enzyme can speed up rate at which plants make food.
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Discovery hints at twice as many supermassive black holes in the nearby Universe as previously thought.
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A shrinking sea off northern Africa triggered the desert's formation 7 million years ago, study suggests.
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Researchers elsewhere can’t wait to test iPS cells in humans.
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Touchdown site for Rosetta probe chosen unanimously.
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An internal study finds that female-led proposals to use the in-demand device are less likely to be selected.
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Genetic engineering lags behind conventional breeding in efforts to create drought-resistant maize.
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The sciences can be a sanctuary for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals, but biases may still discourage many from coming out.
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Experts say the possibility remains remote.
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Obama pledges 3,000 personnel and roughly $750 million to stem outbreak in West Africa.
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Incoming chief executive of the Association of Medical Research Charities lays out what the country needs.
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Brain scans from a man who has been in a vegetative state for 16 years show activity similar to that of healthy viewers.
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Philae probe will land on ‘head’ of rubber-duck-shaped comet.
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Device improves survival in rats after severe infections.
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Destructive lionfish are invading coral reefs in the Americas, but fishing competitions can help to keep the problem species in check.
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Surgeons implanted retinal tissue created after reverting the patient's own cells to 'pluripotent' state.
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