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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.
A cheaper and more efficient way to take carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere has been found.
Mudskippers may help explain how land-based animals learned to eat.
Peacocks use their tail feathers to emit a sound inaudible to humans.
Chameleons employ a masterful trick of nanotechnology.
Scientists disagree over the cause of the massive US snowstorms.
Flowers lace their nectar with caffeine because bees like it.
Gold nanoparticles have been designed to kill cancer cells.
Remotely steered cockroaches can be sent into danger zones.
A microbe factory could halve a mission's load.
Four images of the same supernova provide evidence of the so-called Einstein cross.
Asian honey bees are surprisingly co-operative.
Electrical stimulation can promote daydreaming.
NASA's Dawn spacecraft has reached its final destination.
Places most vulnerable to a disease outbreak can be detected from space.
Biological weaponry turns ladybirds into bodyguards for infant wasps.
Research into alternatives to silicon solar cells is making rapid progress.
How to mind our immune system on the way to Mars.