Biology

Scientists find lots of gorillas in census, also see decline

Apr 25, 2018

A new study shows there are more gorillas and chimps in West Africa than scientists initially thought, but that may not last

Kids with rare rapid-aging disease get hope from study drug

Apr 24, 2018

Children with a rare, incurable disease that causes rapid aging and early death may live longer if treated with an experimental drug first developed for cancer patients

Parenting of the future: Many embryos, each with DNA profile

Apr 18, 2018

A prominent biomedical ethics expert has a startling prediction about how children will be conceived in the future: Couples will choose from among dozens of embryos, each with a deep DNA profile

Bat key to tequila trade gets off US endangered species list

Apr 17, 2018

Wildlife managers in the American Southwest say a once-rare bat important to the pollination of plants used to produce tequila has made a comeback and is being removed from the U.S. endangered species list

Egypt upholds death sentence against 4 over plotting attacks

Apr 15, 2018

Egypt's highest appeals court has upheld death sentences for four people over forming a "terrorist cell" to plot attacks on security forces and other institutions

Fish oil capsules don't help dry eye symptoms, study finds

Apr 13, 2018

Many doctors recommend them, but fish oil supplements failed to help people with dry eye when put to a scientific test

Estonia offers free genetic testing in nationwide experiment

Apr 12, 2018

Estonia offers residents free genetic profiling, DNA tests in a trial scheme aimed minimizing risk for diseases and boosting healthier life

Cool jazz: Bowhead whales improvise when singing, study says

Apr 3, 2018

Bowhead whales, the more blubbery Arctic cousins of the humpback, are the jazz singers of whale set

Thai beach from DiCaprio movie gets breather from tourists

Mar 29, 2018

The daily hordes of tourists have exhausted the Thai beach made famous by the Leonardo DiCaprio movie.

Yucky ducky? Study reveals bath-time toy's dirty secret

Mar 28, 2018

Scientists have the dirt on rubber ducky and it's clear many children's favorite bath-time friend is _ as parents have long suspected _ far from squeaky clean

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