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The British obsession for feeding birds is causing their beaks to grow longer so they can reach into bird feeders, scientists suspect. [Read More]
Dogs make puppy dog eyes for the benefit of humans and rarely use the imploring facial expression when on their own, a new study has... [Read More]
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Thousands of years of human knowledge has been learned and surpassed by the world's smartest computer in just 40 days, a breakthrough hailed as one... [Read More]
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Racehorses who go lame could be spared euthanasia after scientists showed that injecting DNA into tendons and ligaments allowed the animals to compete again in... [Read More]
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Old age is not for taking it easy and pensioners must 'play their part' in keeping active to avoid becoming a burden to the healthcare... [Read More]
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Male hospital patients receiving blood are more likely to die if they receive transfusions from a woman donor who has been pregnant, a new study... [Read More]
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Augmented bodies and machines that heal us from within may be on the horizon. [Read More]
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Whales and dolphins live in human-like societies and share similar brain evolution to primates and man, scientist have concluded. [Read More]
The secret of creating gold has fascinated alchemists for thousands of years, but now scientists have finally solved the mystery. [Read More]
Artificially intelligent nano-machines will be injected into humans within 20 years to repair and enhance muscles, cells and bone, a senior inventor at IBM has... [Read More]
Boiling seas, huge flying fish which snatch birds from the sky and armour-clad octopuses were once thought to be purely the stuff of fisherman's tales. [Read More]
Artificially intelligent nano-machines will be injected into humans within 20 years to repair and enhance muscles, cells and bone, a senior inventor at IBM has... [Read More]
Security images inviting users to type words, or click on pictures, to prove they are 'not a robot' are undoubtedly frustrating for many. [Read More]
The increasing popularity of the "bromance" could threaten heterosexual relationships, say academics, after discovering that many men find close male friendships more emotionally satisfying than... [Read More]
The trend of breeding animals to make them more attractive even when it damages their health has spread to horses, vets are warning, after a... [Read More]
The rise of the 'bromance' could threaten heterosexual relationships, academics have warned, after discovering that many men find their close male friendships more emotionally satisfying... [Read More]
Britain for an influx of rare and spectacular moths over the next few days as warm continental weather draws hungry insects looking for ivy to... [Read More]
The poet WH Auden coined the word 'topophilia' in 1948 to describe the sense of belonging people experience when returning to an important place from... [Read More]
The Great Storm of 1987, which was famously mis-forecast by Michael Fish, would now be spotted up to a week earlier by The Met Office's... [Read More]
Fears that modern society is obsessed with youth may be unfounded after research showed that the average age of people judged the most beautiful is now... [Read More]
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