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Hurricane Sandy is ravaging the east coast of America. But what makes this monster tick? Why is it a monster in the first place?

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Easter Island Statues Might Have Walked Into Position Say Experts. ‘How?’ say the rest of us.

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Flubber!

Scientists have finally been able to make a novice version of Flubber – a DNA gel which responds to stimulus! Yes, you bet it’s interesting!

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It's not as if you're looking into a crystal ball...

Six Italian scientists and an ex-government official have been sentenced to 6 years in prison for not being able to correctly predict the impact of an Italian earthquake. They have been charged with ‘multiple manslaughter’.

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In the midst of the raging debate as to how the moon formed, comes a piece of evidence – the slight depletion of a type of zinc atoms – which gives the collision theory a huge shot in the arm. The Moon – carved out of the Earth…

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And add a few more suns...

A planet has been found having four suns. Now, if you don’t know why that’s very very cool, read on!

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An illustration of the planet 55 Cancri e's interior. A molten iron core at its center, an outer layer of graphite, and an interior of diamond. [Image Credit: space.com and Haven Giguerre]

Astrophysicists are proposing that a previously discovered planet could have a diamond interior. Twinkle twinkle little…planet?

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Why this aversion to some sounds? [Image Credit: http://myplaceforenglish.blogspot.com]

Why is the sound of nails on a blackboard (and to some of us, even the thought of it) enough to make us wince and cover our ears? How do our ears respond differently to them?

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Infrared colour image of ULASJ1234+0907 located 11 billion light years from Earth and one of the reddest objects in the sky.

Cambridge team finds giant black holes in early universe.

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What did the researchers who won the 2012 Nobel Prize in Medicine really discover? Let’s find out.

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Catch the list of all the Nobel Prize winners 2012 here.

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The Nobel Prizes are being given out and here is the link for the live webcast.

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The great physicist Niels Bohr celebrates his birthday today and Google honours him with a doodle.

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The origins of microchimerism. It is during pregnancy that cells from the foetus enter the mother's body and may persist for as long as a few decades. [Image Credit: Wikimedia commons]

Mother’s brains have been found to contain cells from their children.

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A biodegradable sensor seen to be dissolving in water. [Photo Credit: Beckman Institute, University of Illinois and Tufts University]

Researchers at the University of Illinois, Tufts University and Northwestern University have pioneered biocompatible electronics that are both robust and high performance, and also capable of dissolving and thus free of the problems of waste disposal that accompany conventional electronic goods.

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