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Friday - Science
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The justices unanimously ruled that parts of Myriad Genetics Inc.'s patents on genes linked to breast and ovarian cancer improperly covered natural phenomena. Other parts, the court said, involve enough human intervention to be eligible for legal protection.
Thursday - National
New fossil evidence of the earliest complete skeleton of an ancient primate suggests it was a hyperactive, wide-eyed creature so small you could hold a couple of them in your hand – if only they would stay still long enough.
June 6, 2013 - Science
- Bioengineers invent light-controlled gel
Modeled after the way plant cells expand and shrink in the sun, bioengineers at the University of California have created a new gel that can be manipulated by light, the Associated Press has reported.June 5, 2013 - Science
- Radiation makes Mars mission risky
Of all the hazards facing a human mission to Mars – something NASA and countless space buffs would love to see at some point – one of the hardest to solve is the radiation that saturates interplanetary space.May 31, 2013 - Science
- Archaeopteryx swings back to 'bird,' despite dinosaur traits
LOS ANGELES – A raven-sized creature that lived about 150 million years ago is back on its perch, a new study says.May 29, 2013 - Science