TOP STORIES * Ill-fated ice man may have suffered two assaults: Scientists say they ve revealed a new chapter in a murder case some 5,300 years old.Jan 29, 2009 1 of 1View Source
* Ill-fated ice man may have suffered two
Scientists say they've revealed a new chapter in a
murder case some 5,300 years old.
* When a stone lands in water:
Physicists are clarifying how one of nature's most
beautiful spectacles unfolds: the dance of a watery
surface hit by a falling stone.
* "Alarming" bone deterioration after long
Months spent in space may raise astronauts' risk for
fractures later in life, a study suggests.
* Mightier sperm in "cuckolded" species:
Where infidelity prevails, sperm evolve to be faster
and bigger to cope with the competition, researchers
* Schizophrenia reassessed as fixation on self:
* Micro-motors would fit to swim human arteries:
* "Cannibalism" creates huge stars:
* Makings of a deadly brown cloud:
* Evidence of ancient chemical warfare reported:
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