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  1. Settlements and charcoal deposits along Africa's Lake Malawi reveals humans used fire 92,000 years ago to prevent forest regrowth, allowing them to create homes for a growing population.
  2. Virtual Telescope Project captured the first image of China's Long March 5B rocket as it soared 435 miles above Earth's surface. The rocket was moving fast and appeared like a bright light.
  3. About the size of a chicken, the weird bird-like dinosaur had some of the proportionally largest pupils ever measured in dinosaurs or modern-day birds, researchers report.
  4. How sharks navigate thousands of miles to return to the same breeding ground every year has mystified scientists for 50 years, with experiments difficult to run.
  5. Remains found on King William Island, Nunavut, have now been matched to a living individual, confirming the body is that of Warrant Officer John Gregory, an engineer on HMS Erebus.
  6. Compared with men of similar age, women were triaged less urgently, waited longer to be seen, and were less likely to undergo basic tests or be hospitalised, researchers found.
  7. Researchers found the first human remains after a few weeks of digging in a ravine in Granada, saying they could belong to three or four people shot between August and October 1936.
  8. Developed by experts from China, the device switches from pink to green in the presence of the amine vapours released by microbes when fish and shrimp spoil.
  9. Visually, they are hardly distinguishable, according to LOEWE Centre for Translational Biodiversity Genomics scientists, who carried out the genetic analyses.
  10. Researchers have linked moderate alcohol intake - no more than one alcoholic drink for women and two for men per day - with a 20 per cent lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease.
  11. Researchers in South Korea report the highest laser intensity ever to be reached. The new milestone of 1023 W/cm2 has been pursued by experts globally for more than 15 years.
  12. Researchers found that male patients with a common biomarker linked to hair loss appeared to be significantly more susceptive to severe coronavirus infections. Pictured: actor Bruce Willis
  13. Researchers outfitted green turtles with trackers to see how they spend their 'lost years' between hatching and returning to the coast as juveniles. It turns out they high-tail it to the Sargasso Sea.
  14. Researchers have named an ant found in Ecuador 'Strumigenys ayersthey'. The 'they' suffix at the end of its name is in recognition of all non-binary people, the scientists say.
  15. SpaceX launched and landed its Starship SN15 Wed, making it the first prototype to survive a high altitude test. The rocket hit six miles in the air, performed the flip and landed back on the pad.

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