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The Science of Everything: Daily digital and quarterly print magazine covering the best global science and inspiring curiosity.
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Cosmos Magazine 19m
What you might have missed: zapping moon dust, finding snipers and signing up for Mars
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The fossil find also represents the earliest presence of chitin – the fibrous substance that forms fungal cell walls – in the geological record.
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Cosmos Magazine 18h
NASA calls citizen scientists to help with asteroid landing
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Cosmos Magazine 23h
The extraordinary gravitational force of the near-miss caused massive destruction and disruption.
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Cosmos Magazine May 25
Research suggests subsurface sea on Pluto has been around for billions of years.
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Cosmos Magazine May 24
Dinner on the half-shell: chimpanzees eat tortoises. Adults smash open the reptiles, then share the spoils.
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Cosmos Magazine May 24
The anaesthetic gas xenon has dramatically reduced long term death and disability in brain-injured mice.
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Cosmos Magazine May 24
Ice, ice, maybe: water physics thrown into doubt
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Cosmos Magazine May 24
Just one year after its launch, NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite () has detected its first comets orbiting a star other than the sun.
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Cosmos Magazine May 24
Radical revamp of WW1 research uses mobile phone to detect shooter distance and direction.
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Cosmos Magazine May 23
New research using sediment cores suggests human-driven climate change is having a significant impact on the composition of the world’s marine plankton.
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Cosmos Magazine May 22
The ortolan bunting is already banned from French restaurants, and declared endangered in many European countries – including France itself.
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Cosmos Magazine May 22
Researchers propose it is time to embrace rather than reject variability in our mouse studies.
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Cosmos Magazine May 22
Do you think sci fi is to blame? Roboticist Robin Murphy thinks so.
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NASA JPL May 21
Want to join on an interplanetary adventure? Sign up now to have your name written on a chip that will travel to with the rover:
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Natalie Parletta PhD May 22
This should mark the end of illegal ortolan bunting hunting... Bird species, a French delicacy, being eaten to death via
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Paul Biegler May 22
Drugs that work in mice mostly fail in people. The answer could be to welcome the diversity of our experimental critters. via
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Cosmos Magazine May 22
Scientists have for several years postulated that Pluto might once have had a subsurface ocean
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Monash University May 22
Congratulations to honorary doctorate recipient . The co-founder's distinguished commitment to communicating science is unmatched:
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Cosmos Magazine May 21
Host in the machine: immune system changes human behaviour when Toxo invades
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