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March 18, 2009

The Daily Flash: Eco, Space, Science (17/3)

Mission_future_blue-man A Machine That Speeds Up Evolution

A genome-wide approach to genetic engineering greatly speeds the manufacture of bacteria for making drugs and biofuels.

Clues To A Secret Of Life Found In Meteorite Dust

NASA scientists analyzing the dust of meteorites have discovered new clues to a long-standing mystery about how life works on its most basic, molecular level.

Google Earth Reveals Sixth Sense of Cattle, Deer

Facebook Privacy Changes Hint at a Brave New, Twitter-Like, World

The Untold Story of the World's Biggest Diamond Heist

Catching The Common Cold Virus Genome

Europe Launches First Earth Explorer Mission Goce

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