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Antarctica’s ice shelf lays motionless at the surface, but 250 miles below, the Earth is moving at an incredible rate, according to recent research.
UK researchers have discovered a gene that regulates alcohol consumption and when faulty can cause excessive drinking.
The ability of cities to combat the cause of climate change and to adapt to future weather patterns depends on where we live.
A simple lab-based skin test which eliminates the risk of adverse reactions to new drugs, cosmetics and household chemicals has been developed by a Newcastle University, UK team.
Iskandar Malaysia, the first "smart metropolis" of Southeast Asia founded on principles of social integration as well as low carbon emissions thanks to a green economy and green technologies, is a potential template for urban development in emerging countries with burgeoning populations, international experts say.
Heightened activity between the emotional and auditory areas of the brain can explain why the sound of chalk on a blackboard, a knife on a bottle, or a joint popping is so unpleasant.
Widespread skin cancer has been identified for the first time in wild marine fish populations, new research has shown.
Researchers in Newcastle and Singapore have identified a new type of white blood cell which activates a killing immune response to an external source – providing a new potential target for vaccines for conditions such as cancer or Hepatitis B.
The very oldest in our society are missing out on simple heart treatments which can prolong and improve their quality of life.
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- In medicine, cauterization.