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Rutland sea dragon: How remarkable ichthyosaur fossil was protected

The inside story on how the UK's largest, most complete ichthyosaur fossil was saved for the nation.

From the BBC News-2022-1-16:20:6:1

Man gets genetically-modified pig heart in world-first transplant

David Bennett, 57, is doing well three days after the experimental surgery, doctors say.

From the BBC News-2022-1-11:8:5:1

Richard Leakey - fossil expert, conservationist and politician

The achievements of Richard Leakey, who has died aged 77, were as remarkable as they were diverse.

From the BBC News-2022-1-3:20:6:1

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Adaptation and the Brain, by Susan D. Healy, from Oxford University Press. (Jan 15).

Mutation, Randomness, and Evolution, by Arlin Stoltzfus, from Oxford University Press. (Jan 8).

Male Choice, Female Competition, and Female Ornaments in Sexual Selection by Ingo Schlupp. from Oxford University Press. (Jan 1).

How Giraffes Work by Grahma Mitchell from Oxford University Press. (Dec 25).

Development, Genes and Evolution, Call for papers. (Dec 22).

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