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作者:缑咩劣    发布时间:2017-04-11 01:00:18    

Teen jabs to prevent cervical cancer stall in US Only 33 per cent of eligible US girls are getting all the vaccinations to protect them from human papillomavirus, well short of the 80 per cent target Wacky spaces: The odd orbits that boost rocket trips Go direct or take the scenic route? Whether you’re taking a trip to the space station or into deep space, it’s a dilemma for space travellers too DNA fails to take off Even crucial science doesn’t necessarily translate into an exciting exhibition, to judge by Genome: Unlocking life’s code, an exhibition in Washington DC Natural chemical boosts organ regeneration A group of acids found in the body can help heal wounds and boost organs regeneration after surgery Monogamy evolved to keep baby-killers away Males and females of most mammal species don’t stay together for life, but many primates do. We now have a good idea what drove them to evolve monogamy Crocodiles may need their fruity five-a-day At least half of all species of alligator and crocodile supplement their meaty diet with the flesh of fruit, but is it because they eat fruit-loving prey? Shiny new teeth concocted from mice and human urine Human stem cells from urine have been coaxed to develop into teeth inside the kidneys of mice NASA rushes spacesuit repair kit to space station In the astronaut’s answer to ordering from the hardware store,

 

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