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CRISPR GENE-EDITING URGENTLY NEEDS AN OFF-SWITCH – NOW WE HAVE ONE

Making changes to genes with CRISPR has the potential to cure diseases and feed the world, if we can learn to control it. Now it looks like viruses hold the solution

HARNESSING PLANTS AND MICROBES TO TACKLE ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION

Chemistry World

IS 'CLEAN MEAT' POSSIBLE?

The Biochemist Blog

WE THOUGHT THIS TINY DEER-LIKE ANIMAL WAS EXTINCT FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS

New Scientist

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THE SEARCH FOR COSTA RICA’S MOST MYSTERIOUS HUMMINGBIRD

Global Wildlife Conservation

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BILLION DOLLAR BURGER: INSIDE BIG TECH’S RACE FOR THE FUTURE OF FOOD

Chemistry World

DEEPMIND AI BEATS HUMANS AT DECIPHERING DAMAGED ANCIENT GREEK TABLETS

New Scientist

THE LIGHTHOUSE: HOW EXTREME ISOLATION TRANSFORMS THE BODY AND MIND

New Scientist

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CAN STATIC ELECTRICITY MAKE CHEMISTRY MORE EFFICIENT – AND GREENER?

Making medicines and complex materials is messy and wasteful. Using electric fields as catalysts could make chemistry far cleaner

BIOMARKER EVIDENCE THAT DICKINSONIA WERE FIRST ANIMALS

Chemistry World

AN ASTEROID STRIKE MAY HAVE POPPED THE SURFACE OF MARS

New Scientist

 

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