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Engineers wanting to replicate a bat's sonar skills made a robot with ears and twitching nose.
Ancient bacteria in Pilbara rock are merely volcanic minerals, scientists say.
Issue 63: Plug in for a better you?
What causes this extreme weather event and why is it set to become more common?
Enzyme makes foreign red blood cells invisible to the immune system.
A new technique for studying distant worlds.
Introducing a cheap, efficient way to clarify waste water.
High-energy particles flying across the cosmos are providing clues to how thunderstorms work.
Tests on mice don't bode well for travellers to Mars.
Technology makes life easier for most – but not radio astronomers.
We ask a scientist to describe their research and why it matters.
Two new devices improve the effectiveness of chemotherapy.
A strontium clock can tick for 15 billion years and not lose a second.
The job of eradicating Australia's feral cats is not straightforward.
Quantum computing in silicon has moved a step closer to becoming a reality.
Apart from making us look cute, the chin serves no obvious purpose.
Geologists believe unrelieved strain remains within the fault that ruptured in Nepal on Saturday
Burns could one day be treated with sheets of nanoneedles.
Intestinal bacteria can boost production of the happy brain chemical, serotonin.
Scientists believe undiscovered planets exist on the edge of our Solar System.
A selection of stories from our daily blog.
A new therapy jump-starts male members.
The riddle of Mercury’s dark complexion is almost solved.
The dottyback fish is the only known animal to change colour to look like its prey.
Mice with Alzheimer's have responded to ultrasound therapy.
Issue 62: Mending a battle scarred mind
The most read articles from the Cosmos news blog over the past week.