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Of men and mice
Human-animal hybrids' This might sound like research gone freaky in some sci-fi movie, but scientists in the United Kingdom are making a strong case to create just these — chimeras that have human DNA placed inside animal embryos. But why on earth should they want to cross the thin line so far held ...  | Read.. 
Ready,3D,Go
If you thought reconstructing a superior quality, three-dimensional model of a rigid object from a set of ordinary snaps was next to impossible, think ...  | Read.. 
Of men and mice
Net secrets
New algae
Light echo
Myth buster
Gloomy future
Health and wealth
Mind matters
What’s all the excitement about'
Tomoaki Kurita presides over racks of cellphones lined up outside his shop on a busy sidewalk in Harajuku, Tokyo’s catwalk of youth street culture where people attracted by the riot of phone options can stop to flip open and fondle the latest mo ...  | Read.. 
 
Sugar is sweet
Puff of controversy
You can exert control
Scientists find ‘off switch’ for HIV virus
Home arms to homicide
Easier blood tests
Nobel Prize boosts life span
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