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biology Tag Archive

Word of the Week: Bioluminescence

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Rowena-Jayne Patterson is less than impressed by this wonder of nature....

Word of the Week: Retrotransposons

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Retrotransposons multiply and reproduce, but what are they? Georgina Howlett explains......

Can Brown Eyed Parents Have a Child with Blue Eyes?

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Science writer Ng Yi Min explains how genetics influence our eye colour....

Genome Sequencing to Cost Less than $1000

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Huge advancements have been made in the field, but is it worth blowing your student loan on? Jack Coles thinks not....

New Great Ape Species Discovered

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Science writer Ng Yi Min introduces us to our long lost relative....

Scientists Identify Possible Reasons for Aging

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Aging is a process that affects us all, unless you’re (un)lucky enough to die before the age of 25 from a freak yachting accident. Things start to break down after a while;...

How Much Water Should You Drink Per Day?

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Resident science writer Ng Yi Min explains what you really need to drink to stay hydrated....

Is There a Link Between Sugar & Cancer?

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Ng Yi Min discusses the complex relationship between the sweet and the deadly....

How Will Climate Change Affect Human Health?

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Grace Dean gives us a stark warning the world cannot ignore....

Ultrasound Used to Treat Parkinson’s Tremors

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New study shows ultrasound therapy could help Parkinson's patients, explains Jack Coles....