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Student researchers use 3D printer to create an artificial bill for a goose maimed by a raccoon 26 Mar 4:51pm Student researchers use 3D printer to create an artificial bill for a goose maimed by a raccoon
A domestic Chinese goose was given a replacement bill from a 3D printer after a raccoon attack left its natural bill partially torn off, the product of a technical school in Utah focused on ag and farming.
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Map shows how nitrogen dioxide levels have dropped across the US amid coronavirus pandemic  26 Mar 4:17pm Updated Map shows how nitrogen dioxide levels have dropped across the US amid coronavirus pandemic 
A new map pulls data from European Space Agency satellite to show how nitrogen dioxide levels have dropped since many states have enforced lockdowns to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
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Astronauts going to Mars may be at increased risk of deafness and balance problems 26 Mar 2:38pm Updated Astronauts going to Mars may be at increased risk of deafness and balance problems
Researchers from the Medical University of South Carolina used MRS scans to discover that long space missions can cause a fluid build-up in the ear.
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Scientists produce plant selection guide to help planners reduce air pollution 26 Mar 10:59am Scientists produce plant selection guide to help planners reduce air pollution
Scientists have produced a guide on which tree species are best for combatting air pollution that from our roads - along with suggestions for how to plant these 'green barriers'.
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Tuberculosis vaccine could be used to prevent the spread of coronavirus 26 Mar 9:41am Tuberculosis vaccine could be used to prevent the spread of coronavirus
The Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG) vaccine is used to fend off tuberculosis (TB) but it has long been known to have other health benefits and is now being trialled in Australia.
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Too much salt in your diet can weaken your immune system 26 Mar 6:34am Too much salt in your diet can weaken your immune system
Researchers from the University Hospital of Bonn fed mice a high-salt diet and found they suffered more severe bacterial infections as a result
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Air pollution falls in London, Rome, Paris over coronavirus lockdown period 26 Mar 5:28am Updated Air pollution falls in London, Rome, Paris over coronavirus lockdown period
Air pollution has reduced by half in London, Rome and Milan and 30 per cent in Paris partly due to fewer cars on the roads during coronavirus lockdowns, research and satellite imagery reveals.
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