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Leicester 2002 Saturday, 28 February, 2004, 00:17 GMT
Pharmacy (BBC) Bringing the genetic lab to you
Going to a high street chemist for an instant genetic test could become a reality in the next year.

Battle of the sexes 'prehistoric style'
Dinosaurs used bizarre frills and horns to attract a mate, say scientists.

Tools, PA Human ancestors 'dodgy at DIY'
Our ancestors may have been good at making stone tools but they were hopeless at putting together a tool kit, say scientists.
Privacy fears over DNA database
The inventor of genetic fingerprinting says he is concerned about the storage of DNA profiles on suspects cleared of crimes.
Weather, Eyewire Urban sprawl changes weather
Big cities are potentially as big an influence on local rainfall and temperatures as climate change, say scientists.
Cipro, AP Anti-anthrax drug overuse sparks fears
Abuse of an anti-anthrax drug in the US could cause more deaths than the original bioterrorist attacks, scientists suggest.
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