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Scientists believe they have found a way to explain why there are not as many galaxies orbiting the Milky Way as expected.
Threatened animal species could cope better with the effects of climate change if competition from other animals for the same habitats is restricted, according to new research by Durham University.
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The pass mark for a two-part test that international medical graduates must pass to work as a doctor in the UK should be raised to reduce differences in performance between international and UK medical graduates.
Care of patients with heart failure in the UK is inadequate and has not changed in a decade.
A malaria control method that targets mosquito larvae and pupae as they mature in standing water could be an important supplementary measure in the fight against the disease.
The Faroe Islands were colonized much earlier than previously believed, and it wasn’t by the Vikings, according to new research.
Many bird species are likely to suffer from future climate change, a new study led by Durham University and BirdLife International reveals.
Poor women who drank tea were viewed as irresponsible as whiskey drinkers in early 19th-century Ireland.
Researchers designing and testing the 'classroom of the future' have found that multi-touch, multi-user desks can boost skills in mathematics.