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Hints that evidence of elusive dark matter has been found.
Science news and highlights of the week
Evidence of first live birth found in relative of the dinosaur
In Ireland, the hunt is on for the women who have a natural resistance to hepatitis C
How birds’ beaks evolved
How we are influenced by the genes of unrelated others
Halley ice station to be evacuated
Astronomers predict a massive Red Nova explosion visible to the naked eye around 2022
The world's oldest known killer whale is presumed dead, at an estimated age of 100 years.
The inspiring vision of society and space exploration - what happened?
The largest ever review of “brain cooling” studies
Babies made from two women and one man have been approved by the UK's fertility regulator
Could synthetic cells be used to cure type 1 diabetes?
Hoped for breakthrough in treating of Alzheimer’s disease dashed with a dug trial failure
Can we use predatory bacteria as treatments for antibiotic resistant infections?
Exciting geology of Chicxulub crater
Research surveying the meaning and sounds of words across 6,000 languages across the world
Latest Italian earthquakes are part of a sequence
Trials using Wolbachia to control mosquito-transmitted diseases
Research at The Francis Crick Institute
Scientists have been examining rock drilled from the Chicxulub Crater
This week the Nobel Prizes for 2016 were announced
The Rosetta probe sends its final pictures after a crash landing
Iceland and Singapore top new global health ranking with Syria and South Sudan bottom
What has space camera Gaia has been up to in its first 1,000 days in space?
How a lack of cross border information is worsening flood damage in Asia
As astronomers meet in Paris, what's the future for gravitational wave detection?
Neighbouring star Proxima Centauri has Earth-sized planet
Machine learning algorithms measure and target poverty
Paraplegic patients using robotic legs and training on a BMI showed some nerve recovery