Godzilla vs. Kong: A scientist decides who would really win

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THURSDAY 01 APRIL 2021

Evidence of 2,000km-wide asteroid impact crater in Antarctica discovered

Scientists recovered extra-terrestrial particles on the summit of Walnumfjellet within the Sør Rondane Mountains in east Antarctica.
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Godzilla vs. Kong: A scientist decides who would really win

Vertebrate zoologist Darren Naish uses what we know about primates and reptiles in the real world to declare a real winner.
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10 of the best popular science books out in April 2021

Our team has sifted through the latest science books to hand-pick the very best non-fiction to read right now.
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DNA can be collected from air, scientists show for first time

The technique could be used in conservation work, forensic investigations, and even to study the transmission of airborne diseases such as COVID-19, they say.
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