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Mars images show Perseverance rover at work

New images from NASA show the Perseverance Mars rover hard at work as it searches the Red Planet for signs…

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Monarch butterflies are being wiped out. These combat veterans are trying to save them.

The idea behind Guardian Grange is to not only provide a safety net for veterans, but to also teach them…

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Tomato is first CRISPR-edited food to go on sale in the world

By Michael Le Page Tomatoes with genes edited by CRISPR technology are now on sale in Japan Courtesy of Sanatech…

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USB-C chargers: Will EU law cut down on e-waste or just anger Apple?

By Matthew Sparkes A Lightning cable (below) and USB-C cable (above) nikkimeel / Alamy Every new smartphone, tablet, camera and…

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How our ape ancestors suddenly lost their tails 25 million years ago

By Michael Le Page A wild chimpanzee walking through a forest Shutterstock / Alexwilko Around 25 million years ago, our…

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Covid-19 news: UK male life expectancy sees first drop in 40 years

By Michael Le Page , Clare Wilson , Jessica Hamzelou , Sam Wong , Graham Lawton , Adam Vaughan ,…

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A daily pill to treat Covid could be just months away, scientists say

Within a day of testing positive for Covid-19 in June, Miranda Kelly was sick enough to be scared. At 44,…

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Foundation review: Isaac Asimov TV adaptation is imaginative reworking

By Clare Wilson Gaal Dornick (Lou Llobell) in Foundation Apple TV WHAT would happen if we could predict the future?…

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Fossil footprints show humans in North America more than 21,000 years ago

The tracks at one location have been revealed as both the earliest known footprints and the oldest firm evidence of…

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Alok Sharma: COP26 is for ordinary people, not just climate warriors

By Adam Vaughan COP26 president Alok Sharma during a meeting in New Delhi, India, on 18 August PRAKASH SINGH/AFP via…

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