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The presence of even a simple chemical reaction can delay or prevent the spreading of stored carbon dioxide in underground aquifers, new research from the University of Cambridge has revealed.
NEW YORK, April 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Hult International Business School today announced that the University of Cambridge team from the United Kingdom has been selected as the Global Final Winner of its 2nd Annual Hult Global Case Challenge.
New research reveals how biological arms races between cuckoos and host birds can escalate into a competition between the host evolving new, unique egg patterns (or 'signatures') and the parasite new forgeries.
In a series of tests in Thailand, researchers learned that elephants can cooperate to solve a problem.
Poor diet during pregnancy may result in having children who are more prone to age-related diseases than expectant mothers who follow a healthy diet, according to scientists.
New research organized by the University of Cambridge in Britain suggests that having diabetes at 50 may reduce a personâ€™s life expectancy by an average of six years.
Being a 'happy' teenager is linked to increased well-being in adulthood, new research finds.
New research gives the first accurate estimate of how much faster the Earth's core is rotating compared to the rest of the planet.
Scientists have discovered that insects contain atomic clues as to the habitats in which they are most able to survive.
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