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Scientists declare nearly 400 medical practices 'ineffective'
Researchers have pinpointed almost 400 common medical practices that are actually ineffective, a new study shows.
Scientists split as genetics lab scales down animal tests
A row has broken out among scientists over the decision by one of the world’s leading genetics laboratories — the Sanger Institute in Cambridgeshire — to close its animal breeding facility.
Scientists edit chicken genes to make them resistant to bird flu
Scientists in Britain have used gene-editing techniques to stop bird flu spreading in chicken cells grown in a lab - a key step towards making genetically-altered chickens that could halt a human flu pandemic.
Global warming over last 100 years caused by human activity, scientists confirm
Researchers at the University of Oxford have finally confirmed that human activity and other ‘external factors’ are the cause of the rise in global temperature.
Scientists create loudest possible sound underwater
Sound isn't just something we hear. It's a formidable physical phenomenon — a wave of pressure that reverberates through the air around us.
British scientists test radical ways to fix Earth's climate
Scientists in Cambridge, the UK, plan to set up a research centre to develop new ways to repair the Earth's climate.
Scientists reveal why supermassive stars live fast, die young
It’s one of the biggest mysteries in astrophysics, but now scientists believe they may have explained why supermassive stars live fast and die young.
Scientists develop device to detect bacteria in minutes, not days
The era of doctors prescribing patients powerful antibiotics while they wait for lab reports could soon be numbered, with a new device returning results within minutes instead of days.
Children may be their parent’s best climate change teachers, find scientists
Teenagers in the US coastal state of North Carolina who were schooled in the basics of man-made climate change saw their parents grow more concerned about the issue, scientists say in the first study of its kind.
Treat global nature declines as an emergency, scientists tell world leaders
Scientists and environmental lobbyists alike are calling on world leaders to treat the annihilation of wildlife and plants as a global emergency as UN experts sound the alarm in a landmark new report.
Scientists discover evolutionary link to modern-day sea echinoderms
Scientists at the Ohio State University in the US have discovered a new species that lived more than 500 million years ago — a form of ancient echinoderm that was ancestral to modern-day groups such as sea cucumbers, sea urchins, sea stars, brittle stars and crinoids.
British scientists on the cusp of curing blindness with pioneering treatment
Victims of a devastating form of blindness have been given hope by a new stem-cell treatment that rejuvenates the eyes.
Scientists develop technique to clear abnormal tau protein from human neurons
Harnessing a probe used to image the brain in diagnosing Alzheimer's disease and related forms of dementia, scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have successfully cleared patient-derived brain cells of an abnormal protein associated with dementia and other neurogenerative disorders.
Scientists to unveil first true picture of mysterious black hole this week
Massive, ravenous, powerful beyond measure. Physicists are convinced that black holes exist, even if no one has directly observed one. But that's about to change.
Scientists may have found a way to tell if breast cancer will return
The genetic and molecular makeup of breast tumors holds clues to how a woman’s disease could progress, including the likelihood of it coming back after treatment, and in what time frame, according to a Cancer Research UK-funded study published this week in the journal Nature.

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