NewScientist: The Daily Newsletter, 26-27 Dec 2018

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Accessed on 27 December 2018, 0427 UTC.

Source:  https://www.newscientist.com

“NewScientist”, 26 December 2018.

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Comment:  Here are today’s top science and technology stories from “NewScientist.”

Denisovan tooth

2019 Preview: Teeth will reveal our species’ deep evolutionary past

charity boxes

Rich people give more to charity when you make them feel powerful

The Moon exhibition in Denmark re-enchants the moon for our times

The Moon exhibition in Denmark re-enchants the moon for our times

A prototype Audi e-tron

2019 Preview: Electric cars of all shapes and sizes will hit the road

marine iguana

Lost ‘Darwinia’ islands could be origin of species in the Galapagos

Dark Web film

Inside the dark web: why it’s odder than you can imagine

IN DEPTH

The Transformers Summit: solving the problem of urban living

The Transformers Summit: solving the problem of urban living

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How the right Christmas lunch can help save Earth from climate change

How the right Christmas lunch can help save Earth from climate change

Earthrise

How the stunning Earthrise became the world’s most famous photograph

red blood cells

2019 Preview: People will receive transfusions of artificial blood

moon

The world’s great nations are revisiting the moon. But where’s Europe?

embryo

2019 Preview: DNA testing will lead to a decline in genetic disorders

EDITOR’S CHOICE

DNA from 6000-year-old chewing gum reveals how an ancient woman lived

DNA from 6000-year-old chewing gum reveals how an ancient woman lived

Colour me scientific: Two free fun colour-me-in downloads

Colour me scientific: Two free fun colour-me-in downloads

People lifting weights

Exercise may lower high blood pressure as much as medication

midges

A swarming asexual midge is island hopping towards Antarctica

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