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ScienceDaily: Latest Science NewsJanuary-October 2014 temperatures highest on recordGenomes of malaria-carrying mosquitoes sequencedImpact of climate change on the soil ecosystemScanning tunneling microscopy: Computer simulations sharpen insights into moleculesBrain regions that encode words, grammar, story identifiedJanuary-October 2014 temperatures highest on recordPosted: 29 Nov 2014 04:57 AM PSTThe global average temperature over land and ocean surfaces for January to October 2014 was the highest on record, according to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. It said October was the hottest since records began in 1880. Genomes of malaria-carrying mosquitoes sequencedPosted: 27 Nov 2014 06:23 PM PSTScientists have sequenced the genomes of 16 Anopheles mosquito species from around the world. Anopheles mosquitoes are responsible for transmitting human malaria parasites that cause an estimated 200 million cases and more than 600 thousand deaths each year. However, of …