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Saharan silver ants only have 10 minutes a day to find food in the searing desert heat, so they have evolved to run at almost a metre per ..read more
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A genetic mutation that lets people feel fully rested with less than six hours sleep has been identified, months after a similar discovery ..read more
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Babies who are touched, talked to and paid more attention by caregivers develop more receptors for the "cuddle chemical" oxytocin over ..read more
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A notorious fungus that is devastating amphibian populations is far more common than first thought, leaving biologists wondering why only ..read more
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Saturn’s largest moon Titan has strange sand dunes that seem to be full of organic molecules, which may form when radiation from space ..read more
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Centenarians and other long-lived humans have higher levels of a protein in their brain that seems to reduce neural activity. The discovery ..read more
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Using stem cells to grow mini brains in a dish has let us compare the way brains develop in humans, chimpanzees and monkeys, and spot the ..read more
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The UK government has dropped plans to introduce age verification measures designed to prevent children from accessing pornography online, ..read more
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Deaths due to domestic violence have surged in the UK. Evidence suggests that a mixture of programmes to switch attitudes and help violent ..read more
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An invisibility screen that bends light can make objects look like they've disappeared. It could hide tanks or troops, or remove eyesores ..read more

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