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New clues for finding alien life
Climate change sparked rise of the lizards
Technology delivers net through TV aerial
Indigenous burn control a myth: study
Galapagos whales hold pollutant mystery
Bicycle scheme reveals rider behaviour
Frog bladder holds a surprise
Relocating species to ensure survival
Plant growth could slow warming: NASA
Astronomers find planet with a diamond heart
Free radicals not such a bad thing
Ants lay trail to complex problem-solving
Imagine more, eat less: study
'Stealth fungus' seeks, destroys crops
Saturn rings born from Titanic collision
New thinking on asteroid belt
Hungry Maoris burned forests to grow food
Ocean may contain nuclear powered microbes
Voyager reaches edge of solar system
Medical science examines urban myths
Clusterwinks bask in the afterglow
Cyclone batters Saturn for five years
Arctic icecap 'safe' from runaway melting
Fearless woman helps unlock anxiety puzzle
New clues for finding alien life
Scientists have discovered an arsenic eating bacterium, which opens up new areas of exploration for extraterrestrial life.

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Climate change sparked rise of the lizards
A dramatic climate change event which devastated Earth's rainforests just under 300 million years ago also opened the way for the rise of the reptiles, a new study shows.

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Technology delivers net through TV aerial
The humble rooftop TV aerial could bring superfast Internet to the most remote regions of the world at speeds comparable to fixed line connections, according to Australian research.

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Indigenous burn control a myth: study
New research puts paid to the belief that Aboriginal people used fire on a large scale to control vegetation across Australia.

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Galapagos whales hold pollutant mystery
Whales living near the Galapagos Islands appear to have been exposed to higher levels of pollutants than those in other areas of the Pacific, say an international team of researchers.

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Bicycle scheme reveals rider behaviour
A study of a shared bicycle scheme has found riders travel faster on Wednesdays than other weekdays, and average speeds greater than cars in peak hour traffic.

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Frog bladder holds a surprise
Australia's desert frogs are famously able to store up large amounts of water in their bladder to last them through the drought.

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Relocating species to ensure survival
Assisting endangered species to migrate could be the only way to prevent their extinction as habitat loss accelerates, according to a team of Australian scientists.

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Plant growth could slow warming: NASA
Plants could grow larger and create a cooling effect in a world with twice as much carbon dioxide, but could not halt or reverse climate change, according to a NASA study.

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Astronomers find planet with a diamond heart
Scientists may need to rewrite the text books following the discovery of a carbon-rich exoplanet.

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Free radicals not such a bad thing
Conventional wisdom has held for decades that free radicals cause aging, and that antioxidants, which squelch the reactivity of these highly reactive molecules, are a way to slow the process. But new work adds to a growing body of research that suggests the story is not so simple.

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Ant genome may reveal survival secrets
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Kepler dramatically boosts exoplanet count
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NASA spots hot, Earth-like planet
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