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Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus may be the best place to look for life elsewhere in the Solar System. ... Enceladus contains simple organic molecules, water and heat, the ingredients for life...

2006-04-10

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Formic acid, a molecule implicated in the origins of life, has been found at record levels on a meteorite that fell into a Canadian lake in 2000.

2009-05-26

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Organic food is no healthier than ordinary food, a large independent review has concluded.

2009-07-29

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Scientists say they have confirmed that a meteorite that crashed into earth 40 years ago contains millions of different organic compounds. It is thought the Murchison meteorite could be even older than the Sun.

2010-02-15

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New research suggests that buying organic food can make people feel better, even before they eat any of it.

2004-09-04

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There is now even more evidence that life on Earth may have been seeded by material from asteroids or comets. Prior research has shown how amino acids - the building blocks of life - could form elsewhere in the cosmos. These molecules can form in two versions, but life on Earth exclusively uses just one of them. Now an Astrophysical Journal Letters paper shows how conditions around a far-flung star could favour the formation of one type...

2011-01-26

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A unique image, for the first time, has mapped organic compounds that are still surviving in a 50-million-year-old sample of reptile skin.

2011-03-23

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Chemical factories around young stars may give rise to far more complex molecules than previously thought.

2011-10-28

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