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Archaeological evidence for early Southeast Asian settlers.
Antennae are also involved, but to a lesser extent.
But toxins entered the food chain.
Mosaic of New Horizons' images with resolution of 80 metres per pixel.
The Boolean Pythagorean triples problem took 800 processors two days.
Introducing the silver boa.
Immune cells help the virus make the jump from mother to foetus.
Marking the anniversary of the first American spacecraft's lunar landing.
First unambiguous detection of glycine and phosphorus at a comet.
Scientists may have solved a mystery.
The poles were no safer than the rest of the planet.
'We risk being in a post-antibiotic world.'
They start big and grow at a normal rate: study.
A close call can tear an object's crust.
The Antarctic Polar Front isn't as impassable as once thought.
Six gigabits per second is the fastest yet outside lab conditions.
Infrared technology may become a lot cheaper and easier to use.
'Red geysers' put the brakes on stellar growth.
Intense blasts 'sweep away' imperfections in the crystals.
The changing times suit the clever cephalopods.
A new algorithm will make predicting a tsunami faster and more accurate.
Recent additions to the lunar landscape.
'Neanderthals largely look like Neanderthals, regardless of age.'
A multifunctional polymer that helps block viruses from infecting cells.