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Scientists find the underestimated abilities of Giant land turtles

Scientists conducted a classic behavioural experiment with giant land turtles and found that they had previously underestimated their cognitive abilities. Seychelles and Galápagos turtles...

Artificial hibernation is warming up as trials began on human for...

American surgeons have plunged a man into a state of artificial hibernation(suspended animation), according to the journal New Scientist. To do this, his blood...

Home made soups helped to kill Malaria Plasmodium

How much humanity does not fight malaria, so far it has not been completely eradicated. Despite the fact that the protocols of its treatment have...

How sociable black crows protect themselves from parasites?

A team of biologists led by Claudia Wascher from Anglia Ruskin University, (Cambridge, UK) have found that the strength of social connections of black...

Bats turned out to be independent of their microbes

A team of scientists led by Jack Gilbert of the University of California at San Diego conducted a large-scale census of microscopic symbionts in...

White noise and optogenetics improved hearing

White noise against the background of sounds helps to distinguish them more effectively from each other by limiting the activity of the auditory cortex...

The European Commission approves the first Ebola vaccine

The European Commission has approved the first Ebola vaccine for official use. Until now, vaccination has been carried out as part of a charity-testing...

Scientists created a new recipe for creating an artificial rhino horn

In an attempt to save endangered rhino populations, scientists have collected a fake horn made of horsetail and artificial silk. It is expected that...

CRISPR cancer therapy trials begin in U.S.

The first interim results of clinical trials of CRISPR-variant CAR-T therapy to fight against cancer appeared in the USA. This was reported by the press service...

The same contagious cancer was found in mussels on both sides...

Marisa Yonemitsu of the Pacific Northwest Research Institute in Seattle and her colleagues from Canada, the USA and France have discovered the same type...