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Never mind fake news, what about fake drugs? Customers are risking their lives by buying cheap #FakeMeds online. Gesa Junge investigates in our latest article: "The Fake Drug Problem" http://ow.ly/Uxs030fW1LG
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CRISPR, 'three parent babies', and why scientists need to create a better dialogue with the public. http://ow.ly/8R6W30f9J6s
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Could your deodorant give you cancer? The jury is still out but a recent study found a significant association between the use of underarm cosmetic products and breast cancer. Jesica Levingston Mac Leod takes a look at the evidence for Scizzle. http://ow.ly/EZ1o30eCIJJ
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Marshmallows can provide a surprising insight into how your brain works... Deirdre Sackett explains all in our latest neuroscience piece. http://ow.ly/10qi30eosmr
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Let's stick together: Johannes Buheitel delves into the cohesin complex in our latest piece - "One ring to rule them all: The cohesin complex" http://ow.ly/M2N630dFZL4
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WTF?! Citizen scientists, Tabby's star, and an astronomical mystery. Our resident space expert, Dr JoEllen McBride, gives the lowdown on the strange dimming pattern of the so-called WTF (Where's the Flux?) star. http://ow.ly/22oS30cAl5z
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Mars may have been hospitable for longer than previously thought, explains JoEllen McBride in her latest out-of-this-world post: "Halos on Mars" http://ow.ly/P2FN30cqSFO
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HeLa good: HeLa cells are an essential research tool used in biomedical research labs the world over (as well as in space!); they also have a fascinating history that is the subject of a recent HBO movie. Gesa Junge, PhD looks at the ethics of their past use and what we can learn going forward in our latest article: "HeLa, the VIP of cell lines" http://ow.ly/O3KK30c85Il
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Later this year the Cassini spacecraft will sacrifice itself to Saturn's clouds in order to protect potential life on a nearby moon. Read all about the plucky probe's findings so far in our latest Scizzle-ing piece by JoEllen McBride: "Cassini’s Sacrifice" http://ow.ly/mguQ30bSe8A
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