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Women are able to gauge a man's income from just a few seconds' glance at his face, scientists say 

women are able to gauge a man's income from just a few seconds' glance at his face, scientists say 
Men who are wealthy often tend to have healthier diets and lifestyles and this is seemingly reflected in their skin and the ‘look’ of their eyes.
MailOnline

Tumor-Destroying, Life-Expanding Cancer Treatment Wins Prize for 3 Scientists

Tumors once considered untreatable have disappeared and people previously given months to live are surviving for decades thanks to new therapies emerging from the work of three scientists chosen to..
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Scientists Discover Murky Area In Space With Unusually Low Number Of Galaxies [Video]Scientists Discover Murky Area In Space With Unusually Low Number Of Galaxies

Scientists have uncovered a region in space which as been described as “the most unusual place in the universe that we’ve ever seen.”

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More rains likely in India's Kerala as flood death toll jumps [Video]More rains likely in India's Kerala as flood death toll jumps

It's now estimated that more than 300 people have died since the rains began three months ago. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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Mystery sea creature washes up in Russia [Video]Mystery sea creature washes up in Russia

This mystery sea creature left locals baffled after it washed up on the shore on the eastern coast of Russia. The enormous furry beast, which doesn’t appear to have a prominent face with..

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Warmer oceans increase risk of West Coast hurricanes [Video]Warmer oceans increase risk of West Coast hurricanes

Hurricanes are well-known in the Atlantic and in the Caribbean. But scientists in California are concerned that changing climate conditions could soon bring hurricanes to the West Coast. Jamie Yuccas..

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Cheese Discovered Inside Ancient Egyptian tomb [Video]Cheese Discovered Inside Ancient Egyptian tomb

According to the Mother Nature Network, the world's oldest cheese was recently discovered inside of a broken vessel inside of an ancient Egyptian tomb. The tomb is the Tomb of Ptahmes, who was the..

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Scientists Warn Against Drinking Urine In Survival Situations [Video]Scientists Warn Against Drinking Urine In Survival Situations

You might think that drinking your own urine in a survival situation will keep you hydrated. However it turns out, you are better off avoiding any urine intake to increase your chances of survival...

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Bots on Amazon's task service may be souring psych studies

It's not uncommon for scientists to use Amazon's Mechanical Turk for research -- they can quickly gather survey data in return for a small outlay to participants. Academics are quickly discovering the..
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Watery worlds could be common throughout the galaxy – suggesting life could be more likely than we know

Scientists expect to find much more about the strange worlds in the coming years
Independent

Leading cancer scientists has £3.5m Wellcome Trust grant revoked after allegations she bullied 45 of her colleagues


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Scientists prove that expensive 'status symbols' make you less likely to find new friends

scientists prove that expensive 'status symbols' make you less likely to find new friends
Researchers from the University of Michigan have discovered that people prefer to be friends with someone who doesn't have flashy, expensive status symbols (stock).
MailOnline

Microsoft Launches AI Idea Challenge

Microsoft has launched a challenge for innovative, breakthrough AI solutions from developers, students, professionals and data scientists. Preference will be given for solutions developed on the..
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Scientists find 'world's oldest cheese' in a 3,300-year-old Egyptian tomb, but you can't eat it 


Telegraph.co.uk

What is Stiff Person Syndrome? The rare illness which causes muscle stiffness, exhaustion and depression

what is stiff person syndrome? the rare illness which causes muscle stiffness, exhaustion and depression
Scientists still don't fully understand what causes SPS but the symptoms are a gradual onset of muscle stiffness and repeated spasms.
Daily Record

Chemicals found in tiny rocks from Australia likely remains of some of Earth's first life forms, study finds

Scientists say it is remarkable 'echoes of past life' have lasted 3.4 billion years
Independent

Settling Arguments About Hydrogen With 168 Giant Lasers

Scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory said they were “converging on the truth” in an experiment to understand hydrogen in its liquid metallic state.
NYTimes.com

Robots have the power to 'significantly influence' children's opinions, scientists warn

robots have the power to 'significantly influence' children's opinions, scientists warn
The Plymouth team found children aged between seven and nine were more likely to give the same responses as the robots - even if they were obviously incorrect.
MailOnline

Genetic make-up of wheat has been decoded for the first time

genetic make-up of wheat has been decoded for the first time
More than 200 scientists from 73 research institutions including the UK’s John Innes Centre worked on the mammoth task - the results of which are published in the journal Science.
MailOnline

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