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Drug Shows Promise Against Chronic Hepatitis C

LOS ANGELES (Associated Press)--An experimental drug greatly increased the number of people who appear to be cured of hepatitis C infection, according to results of mid-stage testing...

from the Baltimore Sun

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Birds Show Off Their Dance Moves

Some birds have a remarkable talent for dancing, two studies published in Current Biology suggest. Footage revealed that some parrots have a near-perfect sense of rhythm; swaying their bodies, bobbing their heads and tapping their feet in time to a beat...

from BBC News Online

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Huge Gene Study Shines New Light on African History

The history of Africa, the cradle of humanity, is written in its genes. And now we have our best-ever view of African genetic diversity, with the publication of a huge study of the genomes of people from across the continent...

from New Scientist

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Team Claims Second Batch of Soft Dinosaur Tissue

RALEIGH -- A team of researchers led by the N.C. State University scientist famed for the controversial discovery of soft tissue in the fossilized bone of a 68 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex in 2005 has found more soft tissue in an even older dinosaur skeleton...

from the (Raleigh, N.C.) News and Observer

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Leap Forward for Invisibility Cloaks

Invisibility 'carpets' that conceal objects by making bumps look flat can work under near-infrared light, two teams of physicists have shown. And making a similar device that shields objects in visible light should be relatively straightforward, they say.

from Nature News

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"Dark Age" Temple Found in Turkey

An ancient temple in Turkey has been found filled with broken metal, ivory carvings, and stone slabs engraved with a dead language. The find is casting new light on the "dark age" that was thought to have engulfed the region from 1200 to 900 B.C.

from National Geographic News

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Tablet to Treat MS Seen as Huge Step Forward

Researchers announced Wednesday that a new drug shows promise in greatly alleviating symptoms of multiple sclerosis...

from the Guardian (UK)

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Warfare: All at Sea

America, still the world's only superpower and thus the one with most need for foreign bases, is investigating the idea of building military bases on the ocean...

from the Economist

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