2014/04/09: All set for our first comet landing A bold mission to put a spacecraft on the surface of a comet for the first time may provide answers to questions about the origins of our solar system. By Robin McKie.
2014/04/09: Damning report says data falsified in stem cell study The misconduct verdict against a stem cell researcher is unlikely to be the end of the story, writes Elizabeth Finkel.
2014/04/09: IPCC: Climate change begins to bite Global warming is already impacting food security, human health, and the natural world – and it only gets worse from here. James Mitchell Crow reports.
2014/04/09: Review: Naturalists at sea The 18th century was the age of European conquest, but it was scientific discovery, not territorial claims, which captured the public imagination. By Bill Condie.
2014/04/01: A window opens on to the Big Bang Discovery of gravitational waves sheds light on the birth of the universe and provides a final validation of Einstein. Philip Dooley reports.
2014/04/01: Cuckoos evolve to be useful freeloaders Scientists have found out why crows are happy to raise cuckoos along with their own young. It's a protection racket, Yi-Di Ng discovers.

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