Ganges water, believed by many to be self-cleansing and have healing powers, has demonstrated the ability to kill bacteria.

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A look back at some of the science, technology, engineering and math news stories of the past week!

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A look back at some of the biggest science, technology and engineering news stories from the past week.

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We can learn a lot about life by looking at the oldest and most ancient remnants of it: Archaea, Bacteria, and Protists.

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IBM and IBN work together to develop antibacterial hydrogels. Find out how this could benefit you!

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The improper use of antibiotics has led to the development of potentially dangerous superbugs.

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Could meteorites be dropping evidence of life on other planets?

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Sara and Dorothy are regional winners from the United States for the Space Lab competition (ages 14-16). Watch their application video here. Great experimental design!

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Dorothy and Sara are interested in biology - biology in space. If they win they will be able to partake in 10 days astronaut training and their experiment will be conducted in space!

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A collaboration between designers & scientists in synthetic biology saw seven Cambridge University undergraduates genetically engineer bacteria to secrete a variety of coloured pigments, visible to the naked eye. (4:30)

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