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Long strand of DNA from Neanderthals found in people from Melanesia
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Most humans have small snippets of DNA inherited from ancient hominins like Neanderthals. Now the first study shows some people have long stretches of it (New Scientist)
Google gets green light to access five years of NHS patient data
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A freedom of information request by New Scientist shows that Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust will grant Google five years of historical data on patients (New Scientist)
SpaceX plans to put more than 40,000 satellites in space
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Documents show Elon Musk's firm SpaceX wants to launch another 30,000 satellites - more than triple the total amount humans have ever launched (New Scientist)
Early mouse fetuses generated without sperm or eggs for first time
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For the first time, artificial mouse embryos have started growing into early fetuses, but we are still a long way off making babies without sperm or eggs (New Scientist)
Archaeologists are racing to find a lost city before it's ransacked
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Ancient tablets from the lost city of Iri-Sagrig are being recovered from smugglers. Now archaeologists are racing to trace it before it's completely ransacked (New Scientist)
Desert ant runs so fast it covers 100 times its body length per second
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Saharan silver ants only have 10 minutes a day to find food in the searing desert heat, so they have evolved to run at almost a metre per second (New Scientist)
A second mutation that makes people need less sleep has been found
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A genetic mutation that lets people feel fully rested with less than six hours sleep has been identified, months after a similar discovery (New Scientist)
Mother’s attention may shape baby’s hormone system and temperament
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Babies who are touched, talked to and paid more attention by caregivers develop more receptors for the "cuddle chemical" oxytocin over their first 18 months (New Scientist)
Deadly frog fungus now thrives where we thought it couldn’t survive
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A notorious fungus that is devastating amphibian populations is far more common than first thought, leaving biologists wondering why only some infected animals die (New Scientist)
Strange sand dunes on Titan could be made by cosmic rays hitting ice
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Saturn’s largest moon Titan has strange sand dunes that seem to be full of organic molecules, which may form when radiation from space hits ice on the ground (New Scientist)