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A team of researchers have discovered that a 505 million-year-old fossil is actually an ancient relative to humans.
The death and extinction of many large, prehistoric animals may be due largely in part to man’s actions as well as climate change.
Patient information reveals women, young people, ethnic minorities and people with less common cancers have the highest number of pre-referral consultations.
A novel approach in the study of the development of mammalian embryos was today (14 February) reported in the journal Nature Communications.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge report that they created cerebral cortex cells from a small sample of human skin.
British scientists reported Friday they have cracked the mathematical conundrum behind the shape of hair that has perplexed humanity since Leonardo da Vinci first pondered it some 500 years ago.
Catalytic materials, which lower the energy barriers for chemical reactions, are used in everything from the commercial production of chemicals to catalytic converters in car engines.
New solar cells could increase the maximum efficiency of solar panels by over 25%, according to scientists from the University of Cambridge.
Scientists have traced the origin of the 'speed gene' in Thoroughbred racehorses back to a single British mare that lived in the United Kingdom around 300 years ago, according to findings published in the scientific journal Nature Communications.
Thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope, a team of astronomers have located the most distant grouping of still-developing galaxies ever witnessed in the early universe, NASA announced on Tuesday.
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