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Microbe with stripped-down DNA may hint at secrets of life

Scientists have deleted nearly half the genes of a microbe, creating a stripped-down version that still functions, an achievement that might reveal secrets of how life works.

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There’s a possible birth control for men

It is a side effect of an anti-rejection drug and Japanese researchers discovered that the drug made mice infertile.

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Americans don’t flunk, but don’t ace survey’s science quiz

When put to the test, Americans rate a solid if unspectacular C in science, a survey shows.

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Caller’s invention makes home ‘its own power plant’ – Listen

Some day when people are talking about great inventors from New Jersey, they'll mention Mike Strizki.

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Human brain grown in lab

Researchers have grown a human brain in a lab, bringing it to the level where it can be used for research. It doesn’t have blood vessels, so it can’t get any bigger (without a heart) and it doesn’t receive any sensory stimuli, so it’s not conscious, but, still, it’s a human brain.

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President Barack Obama talks with a group of girl scouts from Tulsa, Okla., who designed a  "flood-proof" bridge as he tours the 2014 White House Science Fair exhibits Tuesday, May 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
President Barack Obama talks with a group of girl scouts from Tulsa, Okla., who designed a "flood-proof" bridge as he tours the 2014 White House Science Fair exhibits Tuesday, May 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
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Self-effacing Obama Hails Science Fair Achievers

President Barack Obama confessed to feeling a little bit, well, unaccomplished.

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New Death Test Predicts if You Will Die in 5 Years

Researchers have come up with a test they say predicts the likelihood of a seemingly healthy individual dying within 5 years. It's a blood test that looks at 4 "biomarkers."

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Very Interesting But Totally Useless Fact

Now, this is news you can use.

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10 Things to Make You Happy – According to Science

Yesterday we spent some time talking about number 3 on this list. There's research to say a shorter commute makes you more happy than a a bigger house.

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New Study Claims the World Will End in Nearly 2 Billion Years

Scientists have crunched the numbers. Life on this planet will cease to exist in as little as 1.75 billion years. Or as much as 3.25 billion years.

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