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The globe'' s biggest manmade wave

The globe’s biggest manmade wave By Rebecca Morelle Scientific research Reporter, BBC Information, Netherlands 11 September 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere At the Deltares Research study Institute, simply outside the city of Delft in the Netherlands, ...

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New Horizons resumes image return

New Horizons resumes image return By Jonathan Amos BBC Scientific research Reporter 11 September 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Image copyright NASA/JHU-APL/SwRI Image subtitle Researchers see areas of lined up ridges that might be dunes New ...

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Next Galileo satellites ready to go

Next Galileo satellites ready to go By Jonathan Amos BBC Scientific research Reporter 11 September 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Picture copyright ESA Picture subtitle 2 satellites could be brought right into orbit by a Soyuz ...

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'' Unsent letter ' to aliens planned

UK group prepares ‘unsent letter’ to aliens By Jonathan Webb Scientific research press reporter, BBC Information, Bradford 10 September 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Picture copyright Scientific research Picture Collection Picture subtitle Radio telescopes have actually ...

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Ocean plants '' could help freeze clouds '

Ocean plants ‘could help freeze clouds’ By Jonathan Amos BBC Scientific research Reporter 10 September 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Picture copyright COPERNICUS GUARD INFORMATION (2015)/ ESA Picture subtitle In this satellite picture, a ship is ...

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GM embryos '' necessary ', says report

GM embryos ‘necessary’, says report By James Gallagher Wellness publisher, BBC Information site 10 September 2015 From the area Wellness remarks Picture copyright SPL It is “necessary” that the genetic engineering of human embryos is enabled, says a team of ...

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Oldest rickets case in Neolithic woman

Oldest UK case of rickets in Neolithic Tiree skeletal system 10 September 2015 From the area Glasgow & & West Scotland Picture copyright The Hunterian Picture subtitle The woman’s skeletal system was discovered on Tiree in 1912 The earliest recognized ...

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New human-like species discovered

New human-like species discovered in S Africa By Pallab Ghosh Scientific research reporter, BBC Information, Johannesburg 10 September 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Picture copyright John Hawks Picture subtitle Homo naledi has a blend of primitive ...

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Campaigner urges rethink on fracking

Fracking: Reconsider, campaigner urges ecologists By Roger Harrabin BBC atmosphere expert 10 September 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Picture subtitle Baroness Worthington states shale gas ought to just be established if its discharges are caught as ...

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3D barcodes target counterfeiters

3D barcodes target fake medications as well as gadgets By Jonathan Webb Scientific research press reporter, BBC Information, Bradford 10 September 2015 From the area Scientific research & & Atmosphere Picture copyright Ben Whiteside, College of Bradford Picture subtitle By ...

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