A bluffer’s guide to the new fundamental law of nature

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Sickle cell disease: scientists are developing a game-changing treatment

While other treatments are aimed at the symptoms of sickle cell disease, a new revolutionary drug may target its root.
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Monkey Island macaques joined together for support after Hurricane Maria

Rhesus macaques living in Cayo Santiago also became more tolerant of each other.
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A bluffer’s guide to the new fundamental law of nature

If there is a new fundamental law of nature, that is. It's complicated.
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Does the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine cause blood clots?

We break down the numbers behind the Government’s decision to offer under 30s an alternative vaccine – and why you needn't worry if you've already had an Oxford/AstraZeneca dose.
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45,000-year-old female skull offers ‘oldest modern human genome’

The fossil skull unearthed in the Czech Republic is thought to be from one of the earliest modern human populations in Eurasia.
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