Ig Nobel spoof awards have been held in the US recognising
Chimpanzees can understand how to play rock-paper-scissors, Japanese primatologists have claimed.
Footage released by Kyoto University in Japan
Scientists at a British zoo use IVF techniques to help save the northern white rhino.
The French Air Force is training baby eagles to bring down remote-controlled drones that have strayed into restricted airspace.
After a successful trial on monkeys, a gel called Vasalgel is raising hopes that men will have another option when it comes to contraceptives.
Scientists have created the first human-animal hybrids in a major breakthrough which could address a critical shortage of donor organs.
A team of
Animal testing raises sometimes violently passionate debate and opposition, but for medical research surely it is sadly unavoidable? Perhaps not for much longer if European scientists' research bears
Extremely venomous animals like snakes have long been feared and exterminated. What you are about to see in this report is that the same venom that
Japan’s whaling fleet has set sail for the Antarctic on a three-month voyage, which the Japanese government claims is in the name of scientific
MEPs have called for a permanent ban on the cloning of all farm animals, setting them on a potential collision course with EU governments. They voted
Concerns about food products from cloned animals are preoccupying Emma from Lyon, who asks: “In Europe are we eating meat or milk from cloned
His name was Alan and he was beaten to death live on the radio.
In a live broadcast, hosts of a Danish radio station killed a baby rabbit by
Rats damage crops, buildings and infrastructure, costing billions of euros every year. They also carry more than 60 diseases that threaten humans and
Unlike humans, octopuses don’t have a constant awareness of their arms’ locations. Their walnut-sized brain simply cannot keep track of what their
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 able to
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 ‘somatic