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Animal cells grown on grass could yield next version of lab-grown meat

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Scientists at the University of Bath have grown animal cells on blades of grass, in a step towards cultured meat ...
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First land plants may have appeared 100 million years earlier than previously thought

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A seminal event in the Earth's history - when plants appeared on land - may have happened 100 million years ...
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‘To lose them would be a disaster’: More than 20 wild relatives of modern crops added to ‘threatened’ list

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Wild relatives of modern crops deemed crucial for food security are being pushed to the brink of extinction, according to ...
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Neonicotinoid insecticide may reduce wild bumblebee queens’ egg development, lab study finds

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Use of a common pesticide in spring could have an impact on wild bumblebees by interfering with their life cycle, ...
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Read the tea leaves: Decoded plant genome unlocks flavor secrets for future breeding

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A team in China has decoded the genetic building blocks of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis, whose leaves are used ...
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Origin of flight: Fossils of feathered dinosaurs reveal bird evolution

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A dinosaur that lived 160 million years ago had drumstick-shaped legs much like living birds, according to paleontologists. ... "In ...
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Birth language is retained, even if we never learned to speak it

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Babies build knowledge about the language they hear even in the first few months of life, research shows. If you ...
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One tiny DNA mutation may have paved path for humans to evolve big brains

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Humans may in part owe their big brains to a DNA "typo" in their genetic code, research suggests. ... [In ...
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DNA changes linked to farming revolution spurred bonding of dogs with humans

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Our canine companions developed the ability to digest starchy foods during the farming revolution thousands of years ago, according to ...
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Pudgy Labrador retrievers’ genes help humans understand why we are getting fat

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The Labrador retriever, known ...
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Extinct humans live on in our DNA

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Denisovan DNA lives on ...

Genes from ancient cousins help modern humans fight disease

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. According to a pair ...
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First ever IVF-born puppies hopeful sign for endangered species

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The world's first IVF ...

Spread of farming in Europe shaped early human ancestry

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. A study of ancient ...
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Neonicotinoids may impact individual honeybees different than hives

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. French researchers say neonicotinoid ...

Could organic farming’s benefit of biodiversity complement conventional fields?

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Organic farms act as a refuge for wild plants, offsetting the loss of biodiversity on conventional farms, a study suggests ...

Mapping genome of fertilized eggs could double IVF success rate

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Mapping the genetic code of fertilised eggs could double the success rate of IVF, researchers claim. The new screening method ...

Genetic testing raises hope for lung cancer treatments

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A study of 5,000 patients found genetic profiling of lung tumours boosted survival rates through better targeting of chemotherapy drugs. The ...
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Gaming with genes for the sake of a tree

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The public are being asked to help in the fight against ash tree dieback by playing a computer game that ...

Artificial human ear grown in lab

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US scientists say they have moved a step closer to being able to grow a complete human ear from a ...

Livestock virus found on 1500 UK farms

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The following is an edited excerpt. A virus that causes stillbirths and birth defects in lambs and calves has spread ...

Farm virus ‘can infect wild animals’

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The following is an excerpt. A livestock virus sweeping through British sheep flocks and cattle herds has infected wild deer, ...

HIV ‘may have an ancient origin’

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The following is an excerpt. HIV, which causes AIDs, emerged in humans in the 20th Century, but scientists have long ...

Synthetic farm virus built in lab

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A synthetic version of the Schmallenberg virus has been made in the laboratory by Scottish scientists. The research raises hopes ...

We all have hundreds of DNA flaws

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Everyone has on average 400 flaws in their DNA, a UK study suggests. Most are "silent" mutations and do not affect ...