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TEKCamp 2011 Day tickets - now available!

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Can't get the time off work, but want to come to TEKCamp next week? Problem solved - the organisers of TEKCampTEKCamp 2011 Logo have bowed to pressure and are now giving you the opportunity to sign up for single days, making this fun event available to even more divers!

Comb jellies are our oldest cousins, not sponges

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Comb jellies, a group of gelatinous marine animals, represent the oldest branch of the animal family tree.

Healing of a Shark's Bite

Great White Shark Bitten
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Compound in ocean microbe shows potency against anthrax

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Scripps Institution of Oceanography researchers have discovered a new chemical compound that could one day set the stage for new treatments

Google Street view to map out Galapagos

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Many of the volcanic islands of the Galapagos archipelago remain closed to tourists but Google has now captured panoramic views of some of the most inaccessible places on the islands

Human and zebrafish genomes remarkably similar

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New study highlights zebrafish as model organism for human disease research.

Coelacanth DNA sequenced

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Scientists have decoded the DNA of a celebrated "living fossil" fish, gaining new insights into how today's mammals, amphibians, reptiles and birds evolved from a fish ancestor.

Communication with Manta Rays 'within grasp'

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Manta Rays communicate in a complex language we are just about to understand, German scientists find. Soon we may even be able to communicate with them.

Fluorescence reveal coral stress

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Fluorescent light produced by corals correlate with coral stress prior to bleaching

Future Life-Saving Medications may be found on the Seabed

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The next class of powerful medications may currently reside at the bottom of the ocean, two new research papers point out.

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