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Horse lookin' at you kid: study finds horses remember facial expressions of people they've seen before.
Experts have equipped biotech workhorse bacteria with feedback control mechanism to balance growth with making protein products.
Researchers at the University of Oxford have proposed an evolutionary framework to understand why microbes living in the gut affect the brain and behaviour, published.
Older adults are largely obscured in the media representation of cancer and cancer experience, despite over three quarters of all cancers in the UK diagnosed in those aged over 60.
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Mistaken belief in mythical causes of cancer is rife, according to new research from UCL and the University of Leeds.
Nurses and healthcare workers are highly concerned about vulnerable patients who make up the equivalent of 3.2 million hospital beds per year, according to a new report by Cardiff University. The first three-year in-depth ethnographic investigation across England and Wales looks into the care that people living with dementia receive when they are admitted to hospitals with another acute condition and describes a desperate ward landscape of dehumanisation, staff burnout and a setting that does not meet the needs of this growing NHS challenge.
Image credit: Koen Vanmechelen A unique initiative to launch the world's ‘most intriguing' poultry facility is bringing together art and science in a bid to develop disease-resistant, climate-resilient chickens to improve nutrition and income for farmers in East Africa.
The Nuffield Foundation has appointed a team, led by Professor Karen Broadhurst at Lancaster University, to deliver the development phase of the Nuffield Family Justice Observatory.
World leaders must join together to ensure new technologies do not become a means of harm, according to an influential academic in the field of internet governance.
Imperial Festival will broadcast a showcase of inspirational talks and behind-the-scenes insights this weekend (28-29 April).
A utopian vision of the future is of “smart appliances” in a “smart home” making domestic life simpler and caring for an aging population based on personalisation and control - the Internet connected fridge and kettle are popular examples.
Despite the recent spate of knife violence and homicide in London, the national picture of serious violence for 2017 remains largely the same as the previous year, according to a national report published by Cardiff University. The study, which examines data by age and sex, is produced from a scientific sample of 94 emergency departments (EDs), minor injury units and walk-in centres in England and Wales.
The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) is pioneering research into the removal of heavy metal from coal-fired power stations in the People's Republic of China.
A University of Cambridge researcher is calling for the voices of women to be given a fairer platform at a leading scientific conference.
Meeting a Prime Minister would be a significant moment for most of us, but when UCL researcher Dr Raju Veeriah met Indian Prime Minister Nahendra Modi at the Francis Crick Institute last week, everyone in his home village in India came out in celebration.
The Scottish Government has announced a £2.5 million investment in the next phase of the first comprehensive dictionary of Gaelic.
The creation of a new discipline will bring shape-changing abilities much more quickly to objects such as our mobile phones according to research published by the University of Bristol today (21st April).
Leading academics revealed how innovation is tackling global health challenges at the latest Imperial Global Science Policy Forum event.
Maths performance of disadvantaged pupils in England ranks in the lower half of developed countries, new analysis by UCL Institute of Education and the Education Policy Institute (EPI) reveals.
New research published in The Lancet this week and co-authored by Professor Lucilla Poston CBE , shows that the diet and lifestyle of both parents before conception plays a key role in the long-term health of their children.
Once upon a time, fairy tales were not for children - and some were even banned by the church as a threat to faith or morality.
Computer Science researchers at the University of Bristol have released EPIC-KITCHENS, a dataset filmed in 32 kitchens across four cities.
Preserving livers at body temperature has been shown to improve transplant success and to increase the number of viable donor livers available for transplant, which could lead to shorter waiting lists for patients and lower mortality rates.
Our internet activity - commonly referred to as digital remains, should be treated with the same care and respect as physical remains, according to Oxford University research.
Almost 30 years on from the discovery of the genetic defect that causes cystic fibrosis, treatment options are still limited and growing antibiotic resistance presents a grave threat.
Members of the LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development (from left): Ngaire Woods, Paul Collier, David Cameron, Donald Kaberuka.
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