Apes' genes explain their flexibility — and why their chromosomes are so peculiar.
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Drug is one of thousands that may be produced by the human microbiome.
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Sail-backed reptile ruled an ancient river system.
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US$800 million OSIRIS-REx will head for asteroid that could collide with Earth in twenty-second century.
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The week in science: NIH finds forgotten ricin, scientists discover massive dinosaur, and greenhouse gases hit record highs.
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Machine will let astronauts create parts to order.
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Seismic activity started to rise just as two giant reservoirs on upper Yangtze were being filled with water.
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Using a wildlife version of fitness trackers, biologists can finally measure how much energy animals need to stay alive.
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Technologies are allowing doctors to do what was once unheard of: restore blind people's sight. Now the real challenges begin.
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Fossil is oldest known specimen of a mite attached to its victim.
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Japanese team will use 'iPS' cells to treat patient with degenerative eye disease.
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Bottlenecks in testing samples for Ebola leave patients stranded for days in isolation wards and raise fears of seeking treatment, says J. Daniel Kelly.
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Research could founder or flourish if Scotland leaves the United Kingdom.
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The Lasker Awards are called the “American Nobels”, and one of the new winners says curiosity is his driving force.
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