New Scientist – 12 July 2008

* Rewriting Darwin: The new non-genetic inheritance
The idea that children can inherit characteristics that their parents acquired during their lifetime is coming in from the cold
* The moonbots have landed
What will it take to persuade the moon to give up its secrets? Maybe a global space mission would do it, says Dana Mackenzie
* Can formula milk be made more like mum’s?
Infant formula is a poor substitute for breast milk, but researchers want to add some of the missing ingredients that make a mother’s milk so special

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