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Art and science have united for a project needing 12,000 baby teeth.
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The European Space Agency releases an unusual illustration of Planet Earth which describes the variation in gravity across the surface of our world.
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Ireland's Central Bank will reveal how much extra money is needed to rescue the country's crippled banking sector.
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The BBC's Tom Feilden explores how the biggest radio telescope ever built should help our understanding of the universe.
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Microsoft is to file an antitrust complaint against Google, accusing the firm of trying to control the search market.
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A national survey by the RSPB records a rise in the populations of small birds, including long-tailed tits, goldcrests and coal tits.
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Bradford & Bingley and the "bad bank" part of Northern Rock returned to profit last year, the state-owned company which manages the banks says.
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The cost of home phone and broadband could come down after telecoms regulator Ofcom moved to reduce the wholesale price.
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Fintan O'Toole, writer at the Irish Times, analyses whether the Irish bailout will work.
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The UN's nuclear watchdog advises Japan to consider expanding the evacuation zone around the stricken Fukushima reactors.
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Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, the world's biggest bank by market value, reports better-than-expected results for 2010.
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Taylor Wimpey sells its North American business for $955m (£593m) as the company seeks to focus on its core UK activities.
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Nearly one out of every 39 cars at MoT have had their mileage altered or "clocked" to show a lower figure.
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The UK housing market will remain “sluggish” despite a rise in house prices in March, the Nationwide says.
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The true cost of the Irish banking crisis is expected to be revealed later when the outcome of government stress tests on banks is released.
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Chinese search engine Baidu has deleted 2.8m works from its online library in an attempt to settle a copyright dispute.
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Biggest telescope
31 Mar 2011 1:39:32
The plan to connect 3,000 radio telescopes across a continent
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American Airlines is reducing the number of flights to Japan as travel demand falls after the earthquake and tsunami.
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A total of 41 projects are to receive a share of £10m in lottery funding aimed at getting more university students playing sport.
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Space tourism
30 Mar 2011 3:18:17
Richard Scott gets a rare look at Virgin Galactic's operations
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Details of a planned new tax-free savings account for children, known as Junior ISAs, are due to be set out by the government later.
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Experts' top financial tips
30 Mar 2011 3:04:31
Experts at the BBC Money Matters Roadshow pick their top questions from the day and offer their tips.
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Power politics
30 Mar 2011 3:04:16
Russia is running out of time to develop its power sector.
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Balancing the books
30 Mar 2011 3:03:58
What do football's Financial Fair Play rules really mean?
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Question time
30 Mar 2011 3:03:41
SGI executive Dr Eng Lim Goh gets the third degree
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