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Boston 2002 Friday, 23 April, 2004, 15:19 GMT 16:19 UK
Wishbone, BBC Dinosaur discoveries wow Boston
Sensational fossil finds are unveiled, including the most primitive wishbone yet found in a dinosaur.
Humans will 'sail to the stars'
Scientists present new ideas for the future exploration of planets that circle far-away stars.
Mouth, PA GM bug to tackle tooth decay
Scientists believe they have found a way to stop tooth decay using a genetically modified bacterium in a mouthwash.
Fish Fish 'massacre' in North Atlantic
Scientists say trawlers in the North Atlantic could soon be left chasing jellyfish and even plankton if current over-fishing continues.
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Scientists have presented new ideas for human exploration of planets that circle far-away stars. Would you go? Exploring space
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