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A Week In Science – 28 September 2012

Sumatran Earthquakes in April may have caused formation of new plate boundary and triggered other quakes around world Article from Scientific American

Bisphenol A may damage reproductive system Article from the Herald Sun

Castration could lead to longer life by as much as 19 years Article from The Telegraph (UK)

Autonomous (driverless) cars are now street legal in California Article from

Human brains continue to develop in the womb longer than chimpanzee brains Article from eScience News

Leaders not so stressed – the feeling of control may counter stress of responsibility Article from The Conversation

Dissolvable microchips show use in medical situations Article from NPR

Australian sundew plant uses it tentacles to literally flick insect prey into its trap Article from The Smithsonian

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