- * You may still have to avoid T. rex: A leech that turned up in a girl s nose has been dubbed the T. rex of its kind by scientists. They say its ancestorsMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 14, 2010View Source
* You may still have to avoid T. rex:
A leech that turned up in a girl's nose has been
dubbed the "T. rex" of its kind by scientists. They
say its ancestors might have tormented the old T.
rex in a like fashion.
* New evidence cited that rocky, watery planets
Vaporized remnants of rocky, and possibly watery,
bodies hang around many dead stars, astronomers say.
* Possible new human ancestor revealed:
Two partial skeletons unearthed in South Africa are
from a previously unknown species, according to
* Life on Titan? Stand far back and hold your
If life has evolved on Saturn's frigid moon, Titan,
it would be strange, smelly -- and potentially
explosive, new research suggests.
* "Artificial leaves" could help power machines
Researchers are presenting a design strategy that
they say could harness Mother Nature's ability to
produce energy from sunlight and water.
* Another species of extinct humans ID'd?
A previously unknown lineage of humans has been
identified based on genes extracted from a bit of bone,
scientists say, though it is not believed to be a direct
ancestor of modern people.
* Family tree research can open "Pandora's
* Brain cells shout in unison to get message
* Eye-operated video game developed for the
* Power prompts less accurate time predictions,
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