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Rapid Response

Rapid Response

A study has shown that fish species which have evolved more rapidly in the past are equipped with better means to cope with increased ocean acidification across the globe.

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Sweet Deal for Songbirds

Sweet Deal for Songbirds

Scientists have discovered that songbirds evolved the ability to taste sweetness and believe that this has far-reaching implications for their subsequent evolution and radiation.

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Something to Chew on

Something to Chew on

People with asymmetric jaws can have difficulties eating and talking. Research by Dr Mike Leung Yiu-yan in the Faculty of Dentistry confirms they are also at higher risk of jaw pain and shows that there is a solution.

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