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Oceans on brink of mass extinction: study
Brain exercises delay mental decline
Meaning of life changes across cosmos
Ancient Nubians drank antibiotic beer
First mission to touch the Sun
There's gold in them thar bacteria!
Low vitamin D linked to schizophrenia
Weight loss may be toxic: study
Pilbara find points to earliest life
Researchers uncover dance moves to impress
Visual trickery key to luring lover
Scientists find short-sightedness gene
Artificial 'skin' can sense pressure
Study confirms antibiotics mess with gut
Phone chatter could power mobiles
Stowaways found hitching ride on seaweed
Fishing could feed millions more: report
Amateurs make an astronomical impact
Study reveals new piece in autism puzzle
Genome map may help devil fight cancer
Report says ozone layer depletion stopped
Moon's surface at saturation point
Gene sweeps nets female cancer clues
Australia birthplace of astronomy: study
Oceans on brink of mass extinction: study
Climate change, over-fishing and other human impacts have pushed the oceans to the brink of a mass extinction that could take tens of millions of years to recover from, an Australian scientist says.

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Brain exercises delay mental decline
New research suggests exercising your brain can keep you sharper for longer into old age, but when the symptoms of dementia finally settle in, the decline happens faster.

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Meaning of life changes across cosmos
New research suggests the laws of physics aren't the same in all parts of the Universe.

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Ancient Nubians drank antibiotic beer
People have been using antibiotics for nearly 2000 years, suggests a new study, which found large doses of tetracycline embedded in the bones of ancient African mummies.

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First mission to touch the Sun
Scientists are planning a new mission to travel closer to the Sun than ever before.

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There's gold in them thar bacteria!
Gold nuggets are often the creations of bacterial biofilms, say Australian researchers who have demonstrated the process and even identified the bacteria at work.

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Low vitamin D linked to schizophrenia
Babies born with low vitamin D levels are twice as likely to develop schizophrenia later in life, researchers from the Queensland Brain Institute have found.

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Weight loss may be toxic: study
Losing weight may actually harm your health, claim Korean researchers.

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Pilbara find points to earliest life
The evolution of oxygen-producing organisms has been pushed back another 270 million years through the discovery of new evidence in Western Australia's Pilbara region.

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Researchers uncover dance moves to impress
A European study has found that men who move their necks and trunks more to the beat are most likely to attract women.

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Visual trickery key to luring lover
A new study claims male bowerbirds deliberately decorate their bowers to make themselves look larger to females.

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Census charts world beneath the seas
Wonder carbon nets pair Nobel Physics Prize
Focus on chest for CPR: study
Bull ants have right eye for the job
Carbon chemistry pioneers share prize
Ancient galaxies found in modern universe
Solar surprise for climate models
Study predicts end of world as we know it
Rare plant has biggest genome yet found
Astronomers find long-lost lunar rover
Flight paths may be bad for the heart
Complex Haitian quake triggered tsunamis
US doctors usher in 'dawn of stem cell age'
Changing demographics impact CO2 levels
Sleeping in lit room leads to weight gain
Harsh conditions create sterile workers
Study finds pigeons love a flutter
Humpback whale beats long-distance record
Survey to dive deep into Australian waters
Bad jobs affect mental health
Hubble captures suspected asteroid crash
Mysterious pulsar has astronomers in a spin
Native rice may hold key to food future
Future LEDs may be what the doctor orders
Bilingualism good for the brain
Organ consent needs thought transplant
Cavemen ground flour, prepped veggies
Fossilised iceblocks shed light on early life
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Water on Moon bad news for astronomy
Human eye evolved to see dark world
Wind could have parted sea for Moses
CERN scientists spot potential discovery
Malaria crossed to humans from gorillas
Horny find uncovers Triceratops' predecessor
Time passes quicker for high flyers
Da Vinci's ornithopter takes flight
Software smart bomb aimed at Iran: experts
High oestrogen levels may impact brain
Quantum leap towards computer of the future
Study finds predictive power of search
Cardio routine can nurture sweet dreams
Restored Apollo 11 footage to be screened
'Extinct' animals back from the dead
Astronomers find home away from home
Study locates our sense of direction
Records reveal First Fleet's wet welcome
Dinosaurs taller thanks to thick cartilage
Free mammograms 'should start at 40'
Grunting slows opponent's reaction time
Colour preferences shaped by experience
Father of IVF wins Nobel prize
Happiness more than gene deep