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A new study reveals that mosquitoes prefer certain people over others based on chemicals on their skin related to smell.
Scientists have managed to create synthetic embryos without eggs, sperm or fertilisation – but ethical discussions have begun.
Attending students are transported to cinemas across the country, where they attend ‘theatres of learning’ for 10 consecutive sessions.
Trees are important in carbon sequestration. It is estimated that one tree can produce enough oxygen for four people.
An international team of astronomers announces a first image of a supermassive black hole at the centre of Milky Way galaxy.
An Italian doctor went on trial; in Sweden on Wednesday, charged with assault for performing experimental procedure
How to treat a wound? For humans, the first instinct would be to disinfect it and then cover it with a bandage. But chimpanzees have invented a more creative method: catching insects and applying them directly to the open wound.
Goldfish may have short memories but, according to an Israeli university study, they might be able to drive.
Dystopian nightmare or a simple convenience? A Swedish company implanting microchips under the skin has been promoting its devices for use as a Covid-19 health pass in a country with thousands of early adopters.
While ‘COVID toe’ left many scratching their heads, a new study set out to uncover why some people develop this condition after contracting COVID-19.
Barbie and toymaker Mattel is recognising real-life female scientists with their new line of Barbie “role model” dolls.
Scientists conducted a meta-analysis of randomised control trials to ascertain the effectiveness of Ivermectin in treating Covid-19 patients.
Singapore Zoo released the first video of its lion cub Simba who was born in October 2020 after being conceived by artificial insemination.
The Western Cape achieved a score of 441 for Mathematics, 67 points above the national average and 31 points above Gauteng in second place.
Africa represents the youngest and fastest growing population in the world. This makes intellectual investment an imperative, to harness talent that is a significant and growing share of the global population.
Researchers want to study every square inch of planet Earth. The problem is that some areas are challenging for humans to get to in order to monitor.
Scientists should be able to create magnetic fields on Earth that rival the strength of those seen in black holes and neutron stars.