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19 January 2017

The part of the brain that makes you feel full could be impaired in babies of obese mothers, researchers believe –...

17 January 2017

What would have happened if Neil Armstrong had taken one giant leak for mankind?

17 January 2017

Is laughter really good for you?

17 January 2017

Can a computer learn to crack jokes?

17 January 2017

What is guaranteed to get a baby chuckling?

17 January 2017

Laughter is a big part of the way we interact, but why?

17 January 2017

We find out why science can be a laughing matter.

16 January 2017

Does it matter when the movies get the science wrong?

16 January 2017

Are antioxidants all they're cracked up to be?

16 January 2017

A new app hopes to make walking easier for the elderly.

16 January 2017

Gene editing is being used to tackle an inherited immune disorder that leaves people with serious infections.

14 January 2017

A new study suggests retroviruses are hundreds of millions of years older than previously thought

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13 January 2017

Technology alone is not enough to reduce air pollution in Europe, we all have to change our habits and behaviour if we...

10 January 2017

Our gene of the month has a tale behind it.

10 January 2017

By eating omega-3 fatty acids, could I cut the risk of a heart attack?

10 January 2017

Could a gene drive eradicate mosquitoes?

10 January 2017

My dad is dark-skinned, my mother light so could I change the colour of my skin?

10 January 2017

Who should benefit from advances in gene editing technology?

10 January 2017

What happens to rules about GM crops when the UK leaves the EU?

10 January 2017

Normally, when stuff collides, things fly apart from each other. So how did planets form in the first place?

10 January 2017

How long could someone survive on a bypass machine?

10 January 2017

And if so, would this mean there's no such thing as free will?

10 January 2017

Would you get chicken twins? Or even Siamese chickens?