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A true obesity epidemic is gradually advancing throughout the developed world.
Everyone wants to present themselves in the best light - especially when it comes to finding a partner.
Evidence that a Florentine merchant house financed the earliest English voyages to North America.
The tiny teeth of a long-extinct vertebrate – with tips only two micrometers across: one twentieth the width of a human hair – are the sharpest dental structures ever measured, new research from the University of Bristol and Monash University, Australia has found.
A slave burial ground in St Helena has been unearthed and discovered by archeologists from the University of Bristol.
Ever had to find your friend in a crowd?
Using a combination of guillotine-based experiments and cutting-edge computer modeling, researchers at the University of Bristol have explored the most efficient ways for teeth to slice food.
The world’s oceans may be acidifying more rapidly than they have at any time in the past 300 million years due to high levels of pollution, according to research published this week in the journal Science.
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Cuttlefish have the most acute polarization vision yet found in any animal, researchers at the University of Bristol have discovered by showing them movies on a modified LCD computer screen to test their eyesight.
- The horn of a unicorn considered as a medical or pharmacological ingredient.
- A winged horse with a single horn on its head; a winged unicorn.