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Why was 1918 flu pandemic so deadly? New clues…

In 1918, as one global devastation in the shape of World War I came to an end, people around the world found themselves facing another deadly enemy, pandemic flu. The virus killed more than 50 million people, three times the … Continue reading

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Climate change happening too quickly for some species to adapt

Climate change happening too quickly for some species to adapt. Unsurprising; but, no less sad. Continue reading

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How to manufacture a lightweight infinite pipeline

How to manufacture a lightweight infinite pipeline. Continue reading

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As humans evolved – we had sex with all of our relatives!

As humans evolved – we had sex with everybody! Continue reading

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How genes jump from crop to crop – a new model

How genes jump from crop to crop – a new model. Continue reading

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Farmers next to GM fields benefit from pest reduction as expected

Farmers next to GM fields benefit from pest reduction – as expected. Continue reading

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Malaria-proof mosquito genetically engineered

Malaria-proof mosquito engineered. Continue reading

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Our early tree-dwelling ancestors were also bipedal

Our ancestors figured out efficient bipedal locomotion while still living in the trees. Continue reading

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