Reciprocal altruism - what's in it for me?...
Scientists have used AI to decode dolphin clicks...
We put our panel to the test with a quiz.
Could humans live forever? And how is the SENS Foundation fighting ageing?
You are what you eat: can you eat your way to 100?
Would the blood from younger people help you stay younger yourself?
Can we learn anything from people who live to be over 100?
Why do we get older?
Is your age as simple as the number of candles on your birthday cake?
Macaques change their tool choices as seafood becomes more scarce...
What have a placenta and a marsupial mammary gland got in common?
A specific gene in skeletal muscle helps to regulate sleep...
Could new ways of tapping into the body's electrical signals open up new therapies?
Nerve tissue grown outside the body could help treat large gap peripheral nerve injuries...
We're busting the myth that you effectively get a new body every 7 years...
How do bacteria evade antibiotics?
Can we work out who is at risk of suicide by peering into their mind?
How a space biology lab lead to speed diagnoses of illnesses.
Could our favourite monster legends have scientific origins?
Could exploding an expletive or two actually be good for our us?
Scientists have developed new insights into dinosaur colouring and camouflage.
Georgia Mills busts the myth within the old saying "blind as a bat".
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A specific enzyme helps plants to adapt to higher amounts of oxygen in the environment.
The Peer Review Congress encourages research into peer review.