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Second-ever pair of semi-identical twins identified in Australia
Your genetic data can be exploited without you ever knowing about it
Malaria drugs for mosquitoes could help prevent the disease in humans
Engineered yeast can brew up the active ingredients in cannabis plants
Dark matter secrets could lie buried in ancient rocks on Earth
Light pollution has reached fragile habitats and may threaten wildlife
Don’t panic about The Uninhabitable Earth, a new book predicting chaos
Police drones with lasers could help find a murder victim in Australia
18 up-and-running projects that could save us from climate change
The village where more elements were discovered than anywhere else
YouTube science videos: The channels you should subscribe to
The race to see the start of time in the first light of the universe
Nazi sub is being destroyed by bacteria due to Deepwater Horizon spill
Signal of first known exomoon may actually be from Jupiter-like planet
This optical illusion breaks your brain for 15 milliseconds
A Place That Exists Only in Moonlight review: Sublime raid on infinity
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