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A team of researchers has created living rose plants with electronic circuits threaded through their veins.
Without altering its genomic sequence, biologists have created hybrid flatworms with heads and bodies from two different species.
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US startup Bolt Threads reckons it has one-upped spiders to unlock the incredible potential of synthetic silk.
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The male howler monkeys with the biggest vocal organs have the smallest testicles and lowest sperm count, new research has found.
These adorable bug-bots can be assembled by hand without tools, then programmed and controlled via smartphone.