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  • Zoologger: The fossil fish that's a serial monogamist

    Their two unusual front fins show they are closely related to the first fish to clamber ... Lampert has DNA fingerprinted two dead pregnant females and their offspring. ... but it's unlikely that mates stay faithful to each other throughout their lives. Read article

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  • Biomusic lets you dance to the beat of your own drum

    We then programme this to produce specific sounds based on GSR or heart rate levels," explains Adam Booth, platform manager for Mu_. These two inputs set ... Read article

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    Sep 21st, 2013
  • Mystery deepens as Martian methane eludes Curiosity

    The Mars rover Curiosity has taken a good, long whiff, and finds no hint of methane in the planet's atmosphere. The result means previously detected methane ... Read article

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    Sep 19st, 2013
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