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Animal experimentation

World news about “Animal experimentation” published by euronews.

FUTURIS | 14/07 13:20 CET

Spray the rats away – better ways to rid us of rodents

Spray the rats away – better ways to rid us of rodents

Rats damage crops, buildings and infrastructure, costing billions of euros every year. They also carry more than 60 diseases that threaten humans and animals. But now scientists in Britain are using smart electronics to counter the danger. ==Professor of Chemistry Michael…

  • Do you know: why kill rats?
    FUTURIS | 14/07 13:18 CET

    Do you know: why kill rats?

    Rats are developing immunity to poisons, and it's increasingly difficult to keep them away. But can't humans and rodents coexist in peace…

  • Why octopuses don’t get into a tangle
    SCIENCE | 09/06 09:58 CET

    Why octopuses don’t get into a tangle

    Unlike humans, octopuses don't have a constant awareness of their arms' locations. Their walnut-sized brain simply cannot keep track of what…

  • Aliens of the sea
    SCIENCE | 30/04 08:55 CET

    Aliens of the sea

    In the Florida Keys in the US researchers are looking for comb jellies. They call them 'aliens of the sea' and they are remarkable for being…

  • Back in the Day: Dolly, the first cloned mammal
    05/07 07:40 CET

    Back in the Day: Dolly, the first cloned mammal

    *July 5, 1996* The first ever cloned mammal is born at a lab near Edinburgh in Scotland. Named Dolly, she was conceived by a method known as…

  • Will marijuana pig-feed give pigs the munchies?
    22/05 15:58 CET

    Will marijuana pig-feed give pigs the munchies?

    As the American state of Washington gets ready to introduce a legal market for recreational-use marijuana, one of the surprise consequences…

  • Chinese panda people go incognito
    11/10 12:22 CET

    Chinese panda people go incognito

    Researchers try to approach giant panda Taotao and its mother Caocao in Wolong National Nature Reserve. They wore panda costumes to ensure that…

  • Mammoth find raises questions of cloning
    13/09 07:36 CET

    Mammoth find raises questions of cloning

    Much media excitement has been stirred up by reports that Russian scientists might be looking to clone a mammoth after finding some perfectly…