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1 US surgeons test pig kidney transplant in a human
2 COVID: Virus may have killed 80k-180k health workers, WHO says
3 COVID boosters: US approves Moderna and J&J shots
4 COVID vaccine: India administers more than one billion COVID jabs
5 Positive trial results for Valneva COVID vaccine
6 Gene silencing medicine transforms crippling pain
7 COVID: Thousands of children left without parents in Iran
8 Malaria vaccine 'will change African lives forever'
9 Malaria vaccine: When will it be available?
10 COVID: Concern at people behaving as if pandemic is over
11 Coeliac disease: Research identifies patients to test
12 On the Beach accuses Ryanair of market abuse
13 Coronavirus: Health and Metro chiefs urge people to wear masks
14 The Indian women widowed by COVID-19
15 Adele Roberts: Bowel cancer patients discuss diagnosis and treatment
16 COVID: Vaccine study links virus to rare neurological illness
17 COVID: Young teens in Newcastle get jab in half-term
18 Yorkshire Wildlife Park: Polar bear with sore head sees dentist
19 COVID-19: Military medics cannot be permanent fixture in NI, says Swann
20 Spend Local: Final call for applications as voucher scheme closes
21 COVID jabs for 12 to 15-year-olds available at vaccination centres
22 UAE to launch probe targeting asteroid between Mars, Jupiter
23 Robots give Greece's postal service speed boost
24 UN weather agency warns of water crisis without urgent reforms
25 Scientists reconstruct faces of Egyptian mummies using ancient DNA
26 2,700-year-old toilet found in Jerusalem was a rare luxury
27 India hosted youngest populations of 'Acheulean' human ancestors: study
28 How Maori arrival in New Zealand was frozen in Antarctic ice
29 Ancient Indonesian woman reshapes views on spread of early humans
30 Climate change set to worsen resource degradation, conflict: IEP report
31 Dust and biomass burning polluted cities like Delhi, Arabian Sea area: study
32 NASA's Perseverance rover reveals Mars crater was once a lake
33 How artificial light, other 'by-products' of rapid urbanisation threaten birds
34 Japanese scientists work up an appetite for lab-grown Wagyu beef
35 Three decades on, German mushrooms still show imprint of Chernobyl
36 Indian Space Association Launch: 'Moving to Space Age, India cannot be left behind,' says PM Modi
37 NASA to launch its Lucy spacecraft this week for 12-year mission on Trojan asteroids
38 PM Modi launches Indian Space Association for govt., pvt. coordination
39 Hearth site in Utah desert reveals human tobacco use 12,300 years ago
40 Energy from bogs: Estonian scientists use peat to make batteries
41 Australia plans rover to help NASA find oxygen on Moon
42 Big picture, big data: Swiss unveil VR software of universe
43 Fossil fuel use could peak in just a few years. Still, major challenges loom.
44 Astronomers found a planet that survived its star's death
45 Wake up and smell the 'sustainable' coffee produced in Finnish lab
46 Moon dust: Greenland's recipe for saving Planet Earth
47 Fact check: Did aliens send radio signals from outside the solar system?
48 China set to send 3 astronauts on longest crewed mission yet
49 Newly discovered bat viruses give hints to COVID's origins
50 WHO honors Henrietta Lacks, woman whose cells served science
51 From spy satellites to mobile networks, South Korea hopes new rocket gets space programme off ground
52 Half of COVID survivors experience lingering symptoms 6 months after recovery: study
53 Study finds fruit flies react to smells while asleep
54 NASA launches first space probe to study Jupiter's Trojan asteroids
55 How hungry sea otters affect the sex lives of sea grass
56 Australian koalas line up for chlamydia vaccine in new trial
57 Bitcoin-mining power plant raises ire of environmentalists
58 British Museum to display the world's oldest map of stars
59 Things getting worse in Western Ghats, says ecologist Madhav Gadgil
60 COVID-19 vaccines may protect against other coronaviruses: study
61 Alien world under Austria's doomed glaciers tells tale of their collapse
62 China says moon rocks offer new clues to volcanic activity
63 Viral infections may promote neurodegenerative diseases: study
64 Fossil fuel plans would far overshoot climate goals: study
65 French beekeepers expect worst harvest in decades due to climate change
66 Goodbye, Columbus: Vikings crossed the Atlantic 1,000 years ago
67 The horse you rode in on may have been made in southern Russia
68 South Korea test launches first domestically made space rocket
69 Patagonian fossils show Jurassic dinosaur had herd mentality
70 One of world's last two northern white rhinos dropped from race to save the species
71 Tuskless elephants escape poachers, but may evolve new problems
72 Does your rice have arsenic? Study looks at fifteen varieties and answers
73 Remains of 'Big John,' largest known triceratops, fetch nearly $8 mln
74 Meet the first domesticated goats from Western Iran
75 Philippines group turns plastic waste into planks
76 Fearsome dinosaur that stalked Australia was a timid plant eater: study
77 Reverse Vaccinations Tame the Immune System to Help Hemophilia Patients
78 Air Surveillance Technology Sniffs Out Coronaviruses in the Room
79 Mouse Fathers Passed Immunity onto Offpsring After Infection
80 Acupuncture and Manual Therapy for Tension Headache: What's the Verdict?
81 An Antibiotic May be Able to Reduce Inflammatory Pain
82 Mild COVID Produces Better than Expected Antibody Responses
83 Can a Blood Test Guide Prognosis for Traumatic Brain Injury?
84 Can Optimism Save Lives?
85 A Glimpse at the Death of Our Solar System
86 Researchers develop a potent antiviral drug for dengue fever
87 Bacteria from Cats Could Help Treat Infections
88 Building Better Crops: Pumpkin and Squash
89 A New Approach in Glaucoma Treatment
90 Processed Foods Negatively Affect Memory in Aging Brains
91 The Environmental Protection Agency's New Plan for Forever Chemicals
92 Exercise: A Secret Weapon to Combat Prostate Cancer?
93 Dementia Diagnostic Looks for 'Hungry' Immune Cells in the Brain
94 Sunshine Vitamin Boosts Dairy Cows' Immunity
95 Glucose Sensor Ditches the Enzymes
96 Ongoing Salmonella Outbreak Traced to Onions
97 Do Childhood Psychotic-Like Experiences and Genetics Forecast Adult Psychosis?
98 Cholesterol Drug Regrows Neurons After Spinal Cord Injury
99 Telehealth Aids Early Autism Detection and Diagnosis
100 Cosmic Radiation Events shed light on Norse Settlement in the Americas
101 Cannabis as a Prospective Treatment for Fibromyalgia?--Emerging Evidence
102 Over 99%: The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change Confirmed, Again
103 Phone-based Talk Therapy Eases Arthritis-related Insomnia
104 The Threat of Satellite Swarms
105 FDA approves mixing and matching COVID booster shots
106 In a First, a Working Pig Kidney was Tested in a Person
107 Blind Person Sees with Visual Cortex Implant
108 Cannabinoid Pain Treatment for Kidney Disease Patients
109 Studying the Evolution of SARS-CoV-2 in One Patient Over 324 Days
110 Galactic Cosmic Radiation Could Have Different Effects on Males and Females