The Ig Nobel prizes are for experiments which "make you laugh then make you think"
Researchers found bony growths on the bases on skulls of around 400 adults, ages 18 to 86. Younger people had larger growths.
Scientists have restored some functions in a pig's brain hours after it died - challenging assumptions about the irreversible ending of brain function following death.
The University of Lille is the latest European higher education institution to suspend its provision of training in homeopathy. Is the tide turning against a complementary medical practice that relies on the "memory" of the remedies it proposes? We investigate.
Paralysed patients walk again thanks to a specialized program of therapy and a pain stimulator implanted in their spines
What's it like to be one of 100 people in the world who suffer from a rare rapid-ageing condition? Sammy Basso shares his experiences with Euronews.
The trial was immediately shut down when early results showed that sildenafil “may be detrimental to the baby after birth" as 11 died from lung conditions.
We've all heard about the amazing benefits nuts have. But according to science, there is even more to this fantastic gift from nature.
New analysis published Thursday of a 5000-year-old cow skull with holes drilled into it suggest Neolithic people practiced brain surgery on animals before trying it on humans.