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  • Remaking history: A new take on how evolution has shaped modern Europeans
    Trinity College Dublin
    New analytical techniques are changing long-held, simplistic views about the evolutionary history...
  • Cichlid fish: How does the swim bladder affect hearing?
    University of Vienna
    In bony fish the swim bladder primarily serves for buoyancy Moreover, in many species it also...
  • New centre to support creative industies
    University of Edinburgh
    The Edinburgh Law School has been announced as part of a pioneering initiative to support the...
  • In search of the Island of Stability
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    An international team has now measured the nuclear masses of two unstable superheavy elements for...
  • Mobility Study of People with Sight Loss Launched
    Trinity College Dublin
    One third of older people with sight loss cannot navigate their local area independently, according...
  • The remains of a 100,000-year-old elephant discovered in Garraf
    University of Barcelona
    The archaeological excavations conducted at the Rhino’s cave in Castelldefels, led by researchers...
  • Fear study reveals mental processes
    University of Edinburgh
    A University study has shown how our minds unconsciously respond to threats. Researchers studying...
  • Damage control reporters
    Ludwig Maximilians University Munich
    Damage to the genomic DNA may endanger the whole organism. A new study shows that in the fruit fly...
  • New Study on How Safe Cyclists feel
    Trinity College Dublin
    Cycling is Considered Unsafe Even by Cyclists The findings of the largest survey to date on the...
  • Exploring forbidden reactions to discover new ways of chemical synthesis
    University of Barcelona
    The complex chemical compounds, like many of the drugs currently used, are obtained through...