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Glasgow 2001 Tuesday, 18 February, 2003, 01:33 GMT
Wave BBC Giant wave hit ancient Scotland
Scientists report the details of a tsunami that struck eastern Scotland about 7,000 years ago.

Sheep AP International 'vaccine debate needed'
The UK should initiate the debate on a worldwide foot-and-mouth vaccination programme, scientists say.

children jumping Earth does not move for science
Schoolchildren across Britain stage a mass jump to mark the start of Science Year - but seismometers are underwhelmed.

Space BBC Universe 'could condense into jelly'
The Universe may be in a state where matter could disintegrate at any moment, a scientist has warned.

Joke PA Search for world's funniest joke
The search to find the world's funniest joke has been launched by a British scientist.
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School children create mini quake for science
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Botulism can be used for both cosmetic and medical procedures
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Matt McGrath tackles the maths of juggling
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A bar a day could be doing you good
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Foot-and-mouth shows how vulnerable the UK is to a biological warfare attack
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