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Scientists come up with new rule for comparing age of dogs and humans
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Conventional wisdom says that one human year is the equivalent of seven dog years, but a new analysis suggests we’ve been getting this all wrong (New Scientist)
Some women feel fetal kicks years after they've given birth
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Around 40 per cent of women in a survey experienced phantom fetal kicks, which is the feeling of a kicking fetus years after giving birth (New Scientist)
Wearable artificial kidney works well in first tests in people
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A portable artificial kidney set has been used successfully by 15 people, and could free them from regular haemodialysis sessions (New Scientist)
Semen seems to help female fruit flies remember things better
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A molecule in male fruit fly semen boosts females’ long-term memory – the first example of mating playing a role in cognition (New Scientist)
Palm oil from Colombia is more climate and wildlife friendly
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Most oil palms in Colombia are planted on land previously used for grazing cattle, rather than land cleared of rainforests, making it a greener choice (New Scientist)
Human activities could make a third of tropical African plants extinct
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A third of plant species in tropical Africa are potentially threatened with becoming extinct, which would put a huge strain on local populations (New Scientist)
Artificial skin could be used to make video games more realistic
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A synthetic skin could help add the sensation of touch to prosthetic hands or give video games a more realistic feel (New Scientist)
Approval of golden rice could finally end vitamin A deficiency deaths
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Genetically modified golden rice finally seems set for approval where it is needed to address vitamin A deficiency, but anti-scientific misinformation campaigns continue, says Michael Le Page (New Scientist)
Pigeons with broken wings get patched up with dog and sheep bones
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Pigeons with broken wing bones could take to the skies again once their fracture was set using lightweight splints made from dog or sheep bones (New Scientist)
Geneticists are writing the rule book for creating gene-edited babies
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A year after the world learned that the first-ever gene-edited children had been born in China, doctors and ethicists are looking at how to proceed safely and responsibly (New Scientist)