BLT 'humanized' mice may play an important part in biomedical research. [Image Credit: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill]

Researchers have engineered mice to display the human immune system. This could be lead to considerably faster biomedical research.

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The new Mars Rover Curiosity will land on the Red Planet on the 6th of August, but NASA may not be able to see that live! Ah, but why?

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For the first time, scientists at Stanford University have sequenced single sperm cells.

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Dolphins may use complex mathematics to locate their prey in the ‘bubble nets’ they create to capture fish.

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Stephen Hawking has agreed to be used in the trials for a new device which can monitor brain activity, guess what the user is thinking and then convert that into action or speech. Landmark!

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How two viral vaccines could combine to form a new deadly strain. Image Credit: Australian Science Media Centre

Vaccines that have been used in poultry have been found to combine to produce an ew strain of the virus that is more virulent than the original strains.

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The skull of the A.sediba individual. Look at the white spot on the rock - that's the hominid tooth.

A very complete fossil – the most complete till date – of a hominid has been discovered in the ‘Cradle of Humankind’. What answers can this bony assemblage from 2 million years ago tell us?

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Moon Express announced today that Dr. James (Jimi) Crawford will be their Chief Technology Officer and Software Architect.

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The fifth moon. Pluto is somewhere in the darkened area. 
Image courtesy: NASA, Hubble Space Telescope, ESA and M. Showalter from SETI.

The Hubble Space Telescope has just discovered the fifth moon of Pluto. It turns out that the dwarf planet gets a lot of attention!

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Two chemicals in the brain have been found to be involved in keeping our muscles inactive while we are asleep.

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Titan Storm

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft is capturing stunning images of a high altitude vortex on the south pole of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.

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Juvenile Gnathiids

A recent study has resulted in the discovery of a new coral reef species which was named after the late reggae legend, Bob Marley.

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Happy birthday sir!

A forgotten and then revived name, Nikola Tesla remains as enigmatic as his own experiments. Here is wishing that mad genius a very happy birthday.

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MRI of Sun

A team of researchers from NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and its Department of Physics, Princeton University, the Max Planck Institute, and NASA have created an “MRI” of the sun’s interior motions.

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Origin of Species

The Creation vs. Evolution debate has brought about an unfortunate environment of fear and mistrust.

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