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Worm mothers ‘sacrifice themselves’ by providing milk for their young, scientists find

Discovery of ‘unique self-destructive process’ could have implications for efforts to slow human ageing

Nobel Prize won by scientists who unlocked mystery of how humans feel warmth and touch

Two scientists have been awarded a Nobel Prize for discoveries about the most fundamental ways we relate to the world.

Molnupiravir: New Covid drug cuts risk of death by 50 per cent, early trial results show

‘It exceeded what I thought the drug might be able to do in this clinical trial,’ company official says

New Covid drug cuts risk of death by 50 per cent, early trial results show

‘It exceeded what I thought the drug might be able to do in this clinical trial,’ company official says

Safe to receive Covid and flu jabs at the same time, study shows

Research also finds that co-administration has no negative impact on immune response generated by both vaccines

The human footprints that prove the Americas were populated much earlier than we think

The White Sands fossils provide unequivocal evidence that people were in the continent at the height of the last glacial maximum, write Matthew Robert Bennett and Sally Christine Reynolds

Security experts urge iPhone users to remove Visa as a transport card via Apple Pay

‘iPhone owners should check if they have a Visa card set up for transit payments and if so they should disable it’

How did humans lose their tails?

This dramatic anatomical change had a profound impact on our evolution, but what caused it? Carl Zimmer reports

Discovery of brain’s ‘storytelling station’ could lead to earlier treatment of dementia

The findings also open the door to more efficient assessments of damage to memory from brain injuries

What is gene editing and how could it be used to develop new food crops?

Technique could help breed plants that are more nutritious or resistant to pests and diseases

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