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  • Space: Israel's final frontierJerusalem Post
  • Lab-grown BABIES? Scientists create human egg cells from blood in breakthroughDaily Star
  • Hayabusa 2 probe drops two robotic landers on asteroid RyuguUPI
  • NASA is growing a plant that tastes like steakThe Verge
  • Scientists discover how to 'upload knowledge to your brain'Telegraph
  • Vigorous Activity During Childhood Cuts Heart Disease Risk Later In LifeStudy Finds
  • Zika Vaccine Slows Development Of Aggressive Brain CancerStudy Finds
  • Strain of fungus which destroys plastic could help tackle world’s waste mountainEXPRESS
  • Bye bye bugs? Scientists fear non-pest insects are decliningAssociated Press
  • New MIND-CONTROL jets mean soldiers can control up to three warplanes with BRAIN implantDaily Star
  • Removing faulty brain cells staves off dementia in miceGuardian
  • Hurricane Florence, ‘just a Cat 1,’ reveals flaw with scale systemWashington Post
  • Astronomers just discovered Spock's home planet, VulcanNBC News
  • Smart pills can transmit data to your doctors, but what about privacy?New Scientist
  • Mosquitoes are eating plastic, moving pollution up the food chainUSA Today
  • Why Your DNA Is Still Uncharted TerritoryNew York Times
  • Mars Explorers Could Live in 'Igloo' Near Red Planet's North PoleSpace
  • Faster. Slower. How We Walk Depends on Who We Walk With, and Where We Live.New York Times
  • Well-behaved dogs have the happiest owners, reveal scientistsDaily Mail
  • Scientists say hurricane rating system fails to convey danger of deadly rainCBS News
  • Hubble Finds New Features Around Neutron StarInquisitr
  • 3 compelling reasons why we haven't found aliens yetBusiness Insider
  • Zika vaccine shows promise against brain cancerUPI
  • The first science image from NASA’s TESS exoplanet hunter is mind-bogglingBoy Genius Report
  • Closest planet ever discovered outside solar system could be habitable with a dayside oceanPhys.org
  • Space junk is a big problem and it's going to get worseCNBC
  • Devastating solar storm is a matter of ‘when not if’Telegraph
  • The cargo ships that ‘liquefy’BBC
  • What Consumers Should Know About Commercial DNA TestingWall Street Journal
  • 'Telescope Did Not See Aliens,' Director Of Mysteriously Shut Down Observatory ClaimsGizmodo
  • Remote solar observatory remains closed after mysterious evacuationScience
  • River basin provides evidence of ancient ocean on MarsUPI
  • Elon Musk’s SpaceX Says It Signed Up Its First Round-the-Moon TouristWall Street Journal
  • Mysterious observatory evacuation stirs alien conspiracy theoriesCNET
  • ALIEN CONSPIRACY: Mystery as FBI SHUTS DOWN observatory - ‘They just EVACUATED us’EXPRESS
  • NASA Study Shows Sea Level Rising Faster Over Last 25 YearsStudy Finds
  • Earliest known drawing found on rock in South African caveGuardian
  • Coastal wetlands must migrate inland to survive climate changeUPI
  • Dozens of 'mysterious radio bursts' from outer space detected by alien-hunting artificial intelligenceThe Sun
  • Artificial Intelligence Helps Astronomers Locate Fast Radio BurstsInquisitr
  • Simple blood test may reveal your body's inner clockAFP
  • Superbugs jumping frequently between humans and animalsPhys.org
  • SpaceX nails another rocket landing on its droneshipMashable
  • Designing a tiny home to orbit the MoonThe Verge
  • Physicists control molecule for a millionth of a billionth of a secondUPI
  • Daily exercise REVERSED Alzheimer's symptoms in mice, study claimsDaily Mail
  • Bees are dying at an alarming rate. Amsterdam may have the answer.NBC News
  • Scientists Plan To Trap Asteroids In Earth’s Orbit And Mine Them For ResourcesInquisitr
  • 'Predatory Bacteria' Might Be Enlisted In Defense Against Antibiotic ResistanceNPR
  • We’re just learning how exposure to air pollution degrades our brainsQuartz
  • Weird hexagon on Saturn is way bigger than scientists thoughtNBC News
  • The mysterious gene that helps elephants fight cancerNBC News
  • Oily fish in pregnancy leads to stronger babiesTelegraph
  • Dementia gets better in summer and autumnTelegraph
  • At water-starved Lake Mead and Lake Powell, 'the crisis is already real,' scientists sayUSA Today
  • More antibiotics could be key to battling antibiotic resistance, surprising study showsTelegraph
  • Lab-grown brain bits open windows to the mind -- and a maze of ethical dilemmasWashington Post
  • Is there a mysterious Planet Nine lurking in our solar system beyond Neptune?Washington Post
  • Harvard researchers create new printer that uses sound waves to shape ink dropletsUPI
  • Babies learn most of their vocabulary from their fathersBusiness Insider
  • Scientists ‘can’t rule out’ alien life on Jupiter after shocking discoveryNY Post
  • This 16-year-old invented a robot that can help scientists keep trees and forests healthyBusiness Insider
  • Here's What'll Happen When Plate Tectonics Grinds to a HaltNational Geographic
  • Jurassic Park-style cloning facility to bring extinct species like woolly mammoths back to lifeMirror
  • Small Air Leak Detected on International Space StationSpace
  • Yoga could be as effective as a pill at cutting blood pressureTelegraph
  • Olive oil could be better than ViagraTelegraph
  • Scientists 3D-print 'bionic eye' to restore sightDaily Star
  • Farmers should 'smile' at their livestock to produce better meatTelegraph
  • Bees become 'addicted' to harmful pesticidesTelegraph
  • Drinking and smoking narrows arteries by 17Telegraph
  • Fatal heart attacks could be predicted years in advanceINews
  • First astronaut candidate in 50 years resigns before qualifying for spaceflightHouston Chronicle
  • Scientists discover a genetic link between cannabis use and schizophreniaMirror
  • Can we turn carbon dioxide to stone to fight climate change?NBC News
  • Earth is the warmest it's been in 120,000 yearsMashable
  • Children care about their reputation from the age of two, study findsTelegraph
  • Secret immune cell tunnels found in human skullsTelegraph
  • Experimental Cancer Drug For Dogs Could Hold Promise For PeopleCBS News
  • The Nuclear Power Plant of the Future May Be Floating Near RussiaNew York Times
  • Marine scientist predicts 'a planetary catastrophe'CNN
  • Pesticide Studies Won E.P.A.’s Trust, Until Trump’s Team Scorned ‘Secret Science’New York Times
  • No alcohol safe to drink, study confirmsBBC
  • NASA Chief Wants to Send Humans to the Moon — 'To Stay'Space
  • Speedy flip in Earth's magnetic field could cause trillions in damage, scientists warnThe New Zealand Herald
  • Human-caused landslides on the uptickUPI
  • Immunotherapy Drugs Slow Skin Cancer That Has Spread to the BrainNew York Times
  • Scientists surprised to find some Arctic soil may not be freezing at all even in winterCNBC
  • Ice on the Surface of the Moon? Almost Certainly, New Research ShowsNew York Times
  • The Arctic's oldest, thickest sea ice is 'breaking up' for first time in recorded historySky News
  • Earth's magnetic poles can flip faster than first thoughtDeutsche Welle
  • MIT in-body ‘GPS’ could track tumours and deliver pills internallySouth China
  • Stalling summer weather patterns set stage for extreme heatUPI
  • Vaping can damage DNAUPI
  • Light-activated oxygen kills infections, diseaseUPI
  • Global warming can make extreme weather worse. Now scientists can say by how much.NBC News
  • Vitamin D, the Sunshine Supplement, Has Shadowy Money Behind ItNew York Times
  • Hunt for aliens boosted by discovery of hundreds of 'water worlds'Telegraph
  • US interior secretary's school friend blocking climate researchGuardian
  • The US is worried that a Russian satellite is really a weaponQuartz
  • Hottest exoplanet ever discovered has metallic skies, rain like lavaNBC News
  • Mysterious X-37B Military Space Plane Nears 1 Year in OrbitSpace
  • Earliest galaxies found 'on our cosmic doorstep'BBC
  • Stem cell treatment restores some vision in blind miceUPI
  • Rising sea levels threatens coastal cities with more tsunamisTelegraph
  • 'Bee friendly' pesticide cuts colonies by halfTelegraph
  • US raises questions over 'abnormal' Russian satellite in row over space arms raceTelegraph
  • The EPA plans to break up with scienceThe Next Web
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