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Scientists can now edit any gene they want

By Julie Borg
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Science | Biomedical researchers have developed a new technology that allows scientists to edit the genetic code of any species. The CRISPR (Clustered, Regularly…

New study aims to explain near-death experiences

New study aims to explain near-death experiences

By Julie Borg
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Science | People suffering cardiac arrest may have conscious awareness even when their heart is not beating and may later recall actual events that took place,

Cold shoulder

Cold shoulder

By Julie Borg
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Science | Poll: Americans don’t trust scientists

Evicting God from the college classroom

By Dick Peterson
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Intelligent Design | University of Washington professor David Barash offers a glimpse of secular university education in a recent New York Times opinion piece in which he explains…

Healthy baby born after mother gets new womb

By Kiley Crossland
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Health | A woman who had a womb transplant last year has given birth to a healthy baby boy, the world’s first following such radical fertility measures, according to…

All shook up

By Julie Borg
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Science | Could a California earthquake cause a nuclear meltdown?

Doctors may soon use a blood test to diagnose depression

Doctors may soon use a blood test to diagnose depression

By Julie Borg
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Health | Researchers at Northwestern University in Chicago have developed a blood test that not only diagnoses clinical depression, but also shows that changing…

Can science describe happiness?

By Caroline Leal
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Culture | A new online course from UC Berkeley says yes, but a Christian psychologist says only partly

Researchers rekindle vaccine-autism debate

By Daniel James Devine
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Autism | New study claims to show a link between widespread use of fetal cell vaccines and an upsurge in autism

Are you naming your kids, or is your keyboard?

Are you naming your kids, or is your keyboard?

By Caroline Leal
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Culture | If you’ve ever wondered why we prefer certain baby names over others, you might want to take a look at your keyboard. According to a new study, due to…

Race for the red planet

By Julie Borg
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Science | Private groups dominate effort to reach Mars

Darwin on the rocks

By Daniel James Devine
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Q&A | DNA and Cambrian fossils, says Stephen Meyer, make macroevolutionary theory increasingly untenable

 
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