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biology Tag Archive

Small organism, big answers?

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Louise Elliott on efforts to study the origin of living things as we know them....

Meteorites, sugar, spice and a sign of aliens

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Patrycja Ubysz reports on potential evidence of alien species...

A deadly virus helped by climate change in the Arctic

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Carter Levy discusses one of the many effects of climate change- the spread of a virus that endangers marine mammals. ...

Spider-man inspired alternative to surgical stitches?

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Patryjca Ubysz details new research on a new revolutionary adhesive for wet tissues and devices...

Lab Grown Meat – the ethical alternative or a mad scientist invention?

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Lab-grown meat may sound like science fiction, but it may well be a reality in the near future. ...

The cause of Alzheimer’s disease may have finally been identified

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Researchers believe that they have finally identified the elusive cause of Alzheimer's - and it's a bacterium. ...

A Day in the Life of a Science Journalist

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Tom Ireland gives us a glimpse into the life of a science journalist. ...

Research shows that fruit flies enjoy ejaculating

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And they hit the booze when they're not getting any, writes Joe Hodgson....

Can young blood rejuvenate the old?

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Bruce Skelton asks if blood transfusions could delay the inevitable....

Word of the Week: Detritivore

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Ng Yi Min explains this week's creepy word....