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Biochemistry

New lifeforms developed from redesigned DNA code

DNA is the molecular structure at the basis of all life on earth. Encoded in the ...

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How Brain Implants Will Zap Depression Away

Recent developments in neural science have shone a ray of optimism on individuals suffering with ...

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Sorry Melpomene, He’s Just Not That Into You…

We all want a bit of L-O-V-E, from homo sapiens, through to dolphins and of course the various sub-...

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How Little Aloxotl Will Stop Us Aging ‘A-lotl’

Meet Aloxotl  (pronounced ah-loh-shottle) – most likely the cutest little amphibian you’ve ev...

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Moon Flies and Cosmic Cotton: A Glimpse into the Future

Natural Scientists and those with otherworldly interests will be in awe of man’s latest achieveme...

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Prisoners no longer do porridge

The 1970s  British sitcom ‘Porridge’ is now available to watch on Netflix, but the BBC...

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Honey Laundering: The largest food fraud in history

Raw honey is considered to be a natural energy source, antioxidant and handy hayfever preventative, ...

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I-poo-minating the way ahead

For millennia, mankind has utilised dung as a fuel, combusting it for heating, as well as the more c...

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Revenge is sweet, but is it justified?

Revenge is natural and it is good for you, says David Chester of Virginia Commonwealth University, a...

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The Nobel Prize Goes To…

The Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine 2016 has been awarded this year to Yoshinori Ohsumi for h...

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Earth’s Strongest Animal

For years, scientists have known about the sheer indestructibility of tardigrades, or water bears as...

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Is Malaria the Cure For Cancer?

Danish scientists may have accidentally discovered the cure for cancer, during an experiment looking...

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