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Robot Venus flytraps could eat bugs for fuel
26th October 2011, 16:02
Two prototype insect-eating robots have been developed that employ smart materials to rapidly ensnare their prey Read This Item
Code red: Repairing blood in the emergency room
26th October 2011, 15:56
We'll patch you up later ? let's fix your blood first, says a controversial new approach to life-or-death medical emergencies Read This Item
Met Office 'needs top computers'
26th October 2011, 15:45
A lack of computing power is limiting the improvements the Met Office can make to the accuracy of its weather forecasts, MPs are told.
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Warning over HIV home test kits
26th October 2011, 15:34
People in the UK are using illegal HIV testing kits which may be giving the wrong results, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has warned.
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Satellite fell over Bay of Bengal
26th October 2011, 14:57
The tumbling German satellite Rosat re-entered the Earth's atmosphere over the Bay of Bengal, the German space agency has confirmed.
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Climate unknown: How things will change in each region
26th October 2011, 14:20
Which regions are going to turn into tropical paradises? Which into unbearably humid hellholes? It would be useful to know. Unfortunately, we don't Read This Item
Dreamliner completes first flight
26th October 2011, 12:53
Boeing's Dreamliner finally completes its maiden commercial flight from Tokyo to Hong Kong, after three years of delays.
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UN sets out population challenges
26th October 2011, 12:39
A major United Nations report has set out the challenges facing humanity a few days before the world's population is expected to reach seven billion.
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Space tourists could fly by 2013
26th October 2011, 11:19
Space tourism venture, Virgin Galactic, says its first passenger flights will not launch before 2013.
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Wolf packs don't need to cooperate to make a kill
26th October 2011, 11:18
The seemingly complex behaviours of wolf packs can be reproduced by simple rules, suggesting that pack hunting is easy to evolve Read This Item
 
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