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Earth pushed to the brink of climate 'tipping points', scientists say
Global emissions need to be urgently cut to prevent us from heading down the path of runaway climate change.
Want to age gracefully? Take some tips from the naked mole rat
Researchers are studying naked mole rats to try and unlock their anti-ageing, anti-illness secrets - and help people suffering with arthritis.
Award-winning new device could help women self-check for breast cancer
The device monitors abnormalities in breast tissue via sound waves and allows women to track any changes on an app.
Having this blood type may increase your risk of stroke
Can blood type predict your risk of having a stroke? A new study shows some groups may be more at risk than others.
Woman who can ‘smell’ Parkinson’s helps develop new quick test
The breakthrough could pave the way to better diagnosis and management of patients with Parkinson’s disease, for which there is currently no simple test.
The robotic creepy crawlies you'll want to come looking for you
The robot insects are fitted with a special tiny backpack powered by a solar cell and can be deployed in areas too dangerous for humans.
What climate scientists believe life will be like after a nuclear war
A full-scale nuclear war between the US and Russia could see more than 5 billion people around the world dying of hunger.
Large, long-lived mammals more likely to survive extreme weather
As extreme weather events become more common, all animals will feel the heat - but some are more vulnerable than others.
Scientists change kidney blood type in potential boost for transplants
The research could have major implications for kidney transplant patients, especially those from ethnic minorities.
Why are humans the only primates able to talk?
A new study suggests that humans are able to speak while monkeys and apes can’t because our vocal anatomy is actually simpler than other primates.
Why being a vegetarian woman may be bad for your health later in life
Scientists think women following a plant-based diet aren’t getting enough nutrients linked to bone and muscle health.
Scientists urge governments to plan for ‘climate endgame’
Governments need to look at the “worst case scenario” outcomes of climate change, scientists have warned.
The tech tool that precisely measures vitamins in fruit and veg
Measuring the number of vitamins in fruit and vegetables in real-time in the field will soon be a reality thanks to a cheap easy-to-use biosensor. Smart Regions meets the scientists behind the tech.
Meet the plastic-munching lake bacteria fighting pollution
Could this solve the problem of plastic pollution in lakes?
No time to exercise during the week? Weekend workouts can do the trick
People who only exercise on the weekend benefit nearly as much as those who work out more frequently throughout the week, a new US study found.
Parasite skin mites that mate on our faces evolving to be part of us
The mites teeming on our faces have long been blamed for certain skin conditions, but they may be our buddies after all.
Can freezing jaguar ears stop the species from going extinct forever?
Scientists are banking the cells of animals that die at Chester Zoo - though they hope to never need them.
Genetically modified tomatoes contain more vitamin D, say scientists
Low vitamin D levels affect roughly 1 billion people. Could this be the solution?
Scientists one step closer to capturing nighttime solar power
By ‘catching’ the earth’s heat at night, Australian researchers have taken a major step towards nighttime solar power.
New York City's Central Park is now a 'lab' to study climate change
The Central Park Climate Lab team wants to use data from satellites and on the ground to study seasonal patterns and how plant and animal life respond to shifting weather.
How to prevent your weekly wash from releasing harmful microplastics
Scientists say fish could be dying due to the toxic chemicals these microfibres release.
The only inhabitants of this unknown territory are climate scientists
Scientists are researching wildlife in the French Southern and Arctic Lands to better understand the effects of climate change and how we can adapt.
The planet is facing a ‘global sand crisis’ - should we be worried?
Unchecked sand consumption risks environmental damage and global shortages.
Tiny worms could help sniff out lung cancer in its early stages
Scientists say the humble roundworm can smell cancer cells and may someday replace dogs in detecting tumours at an early stage.
CERN suspends Russia's observer status following Ukraine invasion
The decision is the latest falling-out among the international scientific community following Russia's invasion of Ukraine at the end of February.
This Egyptian researcher has built a brainwave-controlled wheelchair
As a child, Abdelrahman Omran was unable to walk until the age of 5. But the experience inspired the 24-year-old to create the device which he hopes will help others like him.