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Genetic tests reveal tragic reality of Atacama ‘alien’ skeleton

Genetic tests reveal tragic reality of Atacama 'alien' skeleton Ian Sample Science editor   Mummified remains from Chilean ghost town revealed to be baby girl with malformations so bizarre they led to speculation over alien life. ...

Cambridge Analytica taken to court over data storage

Cambridge Analytica taken to court over data storage By Jane Wakefield   The company at the centre of the row is alleged to have used data from Facebook to profile voters in the US presidential election   A...

Young female scientist hopes to create energy efficient biofuel from bacteria

Young female scientist hopes to create energy efficient biofuel from bacteria ABC Central Victoria By Emma Nobel   Photo: Marianne Haines will convert bacteria into biofuel as part of her PhD study in Calgary....

A taste sensation: the rise of Europe’s multisensory restaurants

A taste sensation: the rise of Europe’s multisensory restaurants Author: Barclay Ballard   For some restaurants, food is only one part of the package. Multisensory establishments are choosing to use sight, sound and smell to create truly...

Facebook announces expansion of its job-finding function to more than 40 countries

Facebook announces expansion of its job-finding function to more than 40 countries By: Luke Mintz   Job-seekers will now be able to apply for vacancies directly through Facebook, as the social media giant announced an expansion of...

Life after death: how we hatched live shark pups from dead parents

Life after death: how we hatched live shark pups from dead parents Lauren Smith   Six years ago, researchers asked a radical question: could eggcases taken from trawler-caught sharks still hatch live, healthy young? Back in December 2012,...

We’re getting even closer to creating ‘superhumans’

We’re getting even closer to creating ‘superhumans’ By Matthew Dunn, News.com.au   The human race has come a very long way in a short amount of time, but what is coming around the corner will change everything...

Tracing the tangled tracks of humankind’s evolutionary journey

  Tracing the tangled tracks of humankind's evolutionary journey Hannah Devlin Science correspondent The path from ape to modern human is not a linear one. Hannah Devlin looks at what we know – and what might be...

SpaceX poised to launch ‘world’s most powerful rocket’

SpaceX poised to launch 'world's most powerful rocket'   If the launch succeeds, the Falcon Heavy will rank as the most powerful rocket in operation today and the mightiest space vehicle to blast off from the...

Mutant, all-female crayfish spreading rapidly through Europe can clone itself

Mutant, all-female crayfish spreading rapidly through Europe can clone itself Patrick Barkham   Genome study finds the invasive clonal freshwater crayfish is descended from a single female and reproduces without males ...

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