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Biologists identify new neural pathway in eyes

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Malaria-immune children and the hunt for a vaccine

In the search for a vaccine against malaria, a group of children have been identified in Tanzania who have a natural immunity to the disease.

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Mosquitoes moving into UK cities

Climate change, combined with urban heat island effects and the increasing use of garden water containers, means that many UK cities are becoming ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes, including those species known to transmit malaria.

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Storing hydrogen fuel: a new approach

Hydrogen fuel has long been promoted as the way forward in the move away from fossil fuels, but can be difficult and dangerous to store. This report examines a new solid, stable material that can store significant quantities of hydrogen. …

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