On Downstream – Dinosaur cemetery holds clues to life?

Al Jazeera Science & Tech Editor Tarek Bazley looks at the week’s top stories from the world of science and technology.

    Al Jazeera Science & Technology Editor Tarek Bazley looks at the week's top stories from the world of science and technology.

    This week: three-parent babies, the $200 tech that allows the eyes to control an electric wheelchair, Kenya's project to open up learning to all using cheap mobile phones, new tunneling technology for the wet sandy soil beneath Amsterdam and clues about the origin of life from a dinosaur cemetery in Argentina.


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