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Scientists have discovered two ‘super Earth’ type planets about 100 light-years from our Earth where 1 year is 8.5 days.
Research into the history and philosophy of modern experimental life sciences and the societal implications.
Due to its size, Jupiter should theoretically have even more specular rings than Saturn however research has shown that its massive moons are preventing this.
At a time when plants could help solve global environmental problems, scientists warn we must become more in touch with botanical education.
The discovery of a giant new dinosaur may explain why the T-Rex and so many other prehistoric meat-eaters had such tiny arms.
An optimal leisure lifestyle (OLL) consists, in its most agreeable form, of deeply fulfilling participation during free time in one or more substantial, absorbing activities known as serious leisure.
We speak to Professor Ute Deichmann, Director of the Jacques Loeb Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, about the history of science.
Researchers have found the largest ever ichthyosaur tooth, with its width being twice as large as any aquatic reptile known
Robert Stebbins, Professor Emeritus at University of Calgary in Alberta, takes a fascinating look at what we need to know about optimal leisure lifestyle
Ute Deichmann from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel, explores the issues of irreproducibility and scientific truth
Rutland reservoir reveals 2 tonne and 180 million year old Ichthyosaur Sea Dragon, approximately 10 metres long.
The beaches of Northern England have revealed the largest ever giant millipede fossil to date – the size of a car.
Doris-Ann Williams MBE, BIVDA CEO, discusses the impacts of the latest government budget for the diagnostics and life sciences sector.
Ute Deichmann of the Jacques Loeb Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences at Ben-Gurion University, explores the role hierarchical causal models have on constancy and plasticity in biology.
Researchers from the University of Queensland have discovered Australia’s largest flying reptile, a pterosaur, which has been named the Thapunngaka shawi.
Neuroscientists have discovered the closest thing to the infamous "grandmother neuron" - they have identified the cells responsible for how the brain remembers faces.
A new study by the University of Eastern Finland finds that a blood test could help to diagnose patients with frontotemporal dementia.
Dean Billington, Chief Operating Officer at Brains Bioceutical, discusses the pivotal role of the life science sector in spearheading the post-Covid economic recovery and why driving forward R&D and innovation should be the nation’s top priority.
In a significant breakthrough for life science, Israeli scientists have succeeded in growing mice embryos in artificial wombs - completely outside the body.
Researchers dug a bore hole 900 metres into the Filchner-Ronne Ice Shelf, where they found something unexpected - "strange creatures" living in those -2.2°C depths.
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