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Leader of the White Walkers also flies.

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Astrobiologists are thinking beyond just finding a near twin. Richard A Lovett reports.

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Mass extinction allowed new combinations to rise up, DNA analysis shows. Nick Carne reports.

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New research suggests we may have to change our thinking. Oliver Griffith from Australia’s University of Melbourne reports. 

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Footage shows octopus tentacles making independent decisions. Andrew Masterson reports. 

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Ottmar Mergenthaler created the “eighth wonder of the world”, according to Thomas Edison. Jeff Glorfeld reports.

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Here are some highlights from a week in science. 

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Cheers erupt as plans for the Dragonfly rover are unveiled. Richard A Lovett was there.

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Keith Bannister and Shivani Bhandari from Australia’s CSIRO describe how a ‘new killer app’ helped with an important breakthrough.

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Australian researchers suggest it’s time we found a more accurate description. Lyndal Byford reports.

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The shape of their teeth tells a complex story. Dyani Lewis reports.

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Economic contribution comes at a cost for women and children. Biplab Das reports.

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Scientists working on new ways to stop water hanging around.

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Art meets science as we see a galaxy in different lights

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The search for ET is getting more sophisticated. Richard A Lovett reports.

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Fossilised remains suggest it was 10 times heavier than an emu. Dyani Lewis reports.

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Evidence suggests they are ineffective in some cases and can lead to unnecessary testing. Paul Biegler reports.

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In mice at least, a bit of blokey competition can help, research suggests. Natalie Parletta reports.

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It takes a surprisingly complex set of inputs to roll a ball of poo in a straight line. Andrew Masterson reports.

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Motor neurons are remarkably vulnerable to energy depletion, research shows. Natalie Parletta reports.

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Ancient DNA analysis offers clues to prehistoric movements. Dyani Lewis reports.

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A robot with a handful of e.coli can do things other robots can’t. Mark Bruer reports.

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But don’t expect life to be easy, or even stable. Richard A Lovett reports.

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Events are planned in 192 countries, so there’s something for everyone. Jeff Glorfeld reports

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An artificial colour change illuminates how molluscs arrive at their adult lodgings.

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A bird’s eye view of a massive project for change.

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Research finds a fundamental link between enforcement and the suppression of selfish behaviour. Stephen Fleischfresser reports.

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The question remains as to whether they are habitable. Richard A Lovett reports.

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Hypothesis links chances of complex life to stellar mass. Andrew Masterson reports.

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Deep learning shows its worth in the word of quantum computing. Gabriella Bernardi reports.

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The arrival of a ladybird plague in England might not be because of human activity, researchers suggest. Andrew Masterson reports.

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Why is plant life so resilient to radiation and nuclear disaster? Stuart Thompson from the UK’s University of Westminster explains.

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Crowd-sourced conservation plan for Monarchs appears to be backfiring. Natalie Parletta reports.

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Researchers find first evidence of gradual changes in the design of stone tools used by capuchins. Dyani Lewis reports.

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NASA trials less toxic fuel.

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Bold plan to intercept a comet as it approaches the sun given high priority. Richard A Lovett reports.

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Nose shape strongly informs the assumptions observers make. Andrew Masterson reports.

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The glamour species, once hunted to near extinction, was in trouble even before fashion became a factor. Andrew Masterson reports.

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Two of the world’s largest telescopes combine to illuminate little known phenomenon.

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Changes in post-USSR food systems drove emissions down. Nick Carne reports.

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Washable and bendy, the component marks a watershed in a highly competitive area. Andrew Masterson reports.

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Taking a leaf from medical textbooks promises more robust machine learning systems. Andrew Masterson reports.

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In 1968, almost two decades before personal computers arrived, the revolution kicked off. Jeff Glorfeld reports.

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Mycologist and photographer Alison Pouliot keeps on the move to pursue her passion. Tanya Loos reports.

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A first glimpse of our ancient cousins, the link between caesareans and microbiome disruption and that old question about the age of Saturn’...