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Flightless bird three times the size of an ostrich used to roam Europe
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A huge flightless bird called Pachystruthio dmanisensis lived in eastern Europe 1.8 million years ago, just when hominins first entered the continent from Africa (New Scientist)
HPV vaccine has significantly cut rates of cancer-causing infections
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HPV vaccination programmes around the world have significantly cut rates of virus infection, pre-cancerous lesions and genital warts (New Scientist)
Neanderthals from Europe may have ousted their Siberian relatives
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DNA from 120,000-year-old bones sheds light on the ancestry of Neanderthals in Europe, revealing a remarkable 80,000 years of genetic continuity, interbreeding with a mystery hominin and migrations (New Scientist)
Barefoot walkers have tough feet but sense the ground just as well
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People who often go barefoot develop thicker skin on the soles of their feet for protection – but unlike cushioned shoes, thick skin can still sense vibrations (New Scientist)
Tiny flying insect robot has four wings and weighs under a gram
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This tiny insect-inspired robot weighs just 259 milligrams, has four wings that flap 170 times per second and is powered by six mini solar panels (New Scientist)
Working hypothesis: from Raspberry Pi to abolishing time
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Our regular column sorting the week's supernovae from the absolute zeros (New Scientist)
Several IVF attempts can signal higher risk for any eventual pregnancy
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Women who undergo repeated cycles of IVF are more likely to have problems with their placenta if they later become pregnant (New Scientist)
Bystander effect: Famous psychology result could be completely wrong
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A famous result in psychology says that people fail to intervene when they see people in violent situations, but a review of CCTV footage finds that isn't true (New Scientist)
AIs that diagnose diseases are starting to assist and replace doctors
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Digital doctors are already in use, but there are big questions about how they work. Are we ready for the rise of AI healthcare? (New Scientist)
I travelled to a future where AI cameras track your every move
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Donna Lu investigates the murky world of security tech. She finds cameras packed with artificial intelligence, fingerprint scanners and a live owl (New Scientist)