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The multi-eyed chiton could provide a model for robots.
Why living on a dairy farm cuts your allergy risk – and how that finding could lead to an asthma vaccine.
Bad words cannot hurt us – they can even help.
Women are often not included in drug trials, skewing the results.
A BBC Earth documentary series reviewed.
Scientists discuss their discoveries and why they matter.
Meet the four winners of this year's Prime Minister's Prizes for Science.
Scientists investigating how DNA is mended have won the chemistry Nobel.
A look at the origins of Australia's native dog.
Researchers are fine-tuning new treatments based on a patient's own immune system.
Researchers re-examine the origins of life
Drugs that can outwit tropical parasites earned their discoverers the Nobel prize.
Not only does the pegivirus not make you sick, it can help you fight off other diseases.
There may be a treatment for tissue wasting caused by the disease.
What do whale numbers have to do with climate change?
Pupil shape reveals whether an animal is predator or prey.
Is it possible to re-program your own brain?
IQ tests have been creeping upwards for a century.
A look back at some of our most popular articles.
Researchers have learned how queen bees immunise their young.
A review of Life's engines, a book about microbes and evolution.
An injectable hydrogel may become an alternative to knee replacements.
Omega-3 fatty acids could stop the onset of full-blown psychosis
Pioneer Alan Trounson transformed IVF from a hit-or-miss procedure into routine treatment.
Bread and potatoes have been unfairly demonised.
A glue-like molecule could be used to repair ships and broken bones.