Scientists have used genetically modified E. coli bacteria to recreate images of some of the world's most famous paintings.
Miniature 'Mona Lisa' replica created using genetically modified bacteria
Watery worlds could be common throughout the universe, scientists have said in a discovery that could have major effects on the search for life elsewhere in the universe.
Watery worlds could be common throughout the galaxy
Experiments with the world’s biggest laser have given scientists fresh insights into Jupiter and Saturn, the largest planets in our Solar System.
World’s largest laser reveals extreme conditions inside Solar System’s giant planets
If you are still disappointed about being denied the opportunity to drink the toxic red mummy juice unearthed in Egypt last month, we have some good news for you. Researchers have just discovered the world's oldest cheese (also in Saqqara, Egypt), and it is almost certainly cursed… or at least contaminated.
'Cursed' mummy cheese might be world's oldest, researchers say
Scientists decoded the genome of rice in 2002. They completed the soybean genome in 2008. They mapped the maize genome in 2009. But only now has the long-awaited wheat genome been fully sequenced. That delay says nothing about wheat’s importance.
Scientists finally crack wheat’s absurdly complex genome
Iran outshone other Islamic nations in the production of science in 2017, said deputy health minister for research and technology.
Iran's science production higher than other Islamic nations
SpaceX has offered the first look inside the stunning space capsule it will use to send NASA astronauts to the International Space Station next year.
Inside NASA’s SpaceX's Crew Dragon Spaceship revealed
A physicist in New Zealand has measured the energy difference between two quantum states in a helium atom.
Physicists measure energy difference between two quantum states
Scientists have found that our big toe was one of the last parts of the foot to evolve, a study suggested.
Being human: Big toe clung on longest to primate origins
Are you up for the spaghetti challenge? MIT researchers were. They did what most scientists thought was impossible. Scientists at the research university successfully broke a single strand of spaghetti into two pieces.
MIT researchers break piece of spaghetti into two pieces

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