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Bumblebees are forgetful too

Much like humans, bumblebees can be 'forgetful' too, reveals a new research.

Ancient DNA reveals how wheat came to Britain

Hunter-gatherers in ancient Britain may have imported cereals from Europe long before they turned to farming, new research reveals.

Dragonflies see world in multicolour

Dragonflies may have the best vision in the animal kingdom as their eyes have up to 30 different types of light sensitive proteins, a new study has found.

Robots bad news for humans, finds study
Robots bad news for humans, finds study

 Fascinating as they may look and sound, but robots in the long run, are bad news for humans, a new study warns.

Top ex Obama advisor says it's time to reveal humans have met aliens

 A former top advisor to President Obama, John Podesta, has expressed that he regrets not securing the "disclosure" of UFO files.

Proximity to humans make female pumas more lethal

Providing fresh insights into human-animal relations, a new study shows that female pumas kill more prey but consume less when they are near human territories.

Notorious monkeys are as curious as humans
Notorious monkeys are as curious as humans

A new study has revealed that notoriously curious monkeys are eager to gain new information like humans even if there are not immediate benefits.

Cow immune system inspires new therapies for humans

Scientists have developed a potential new therapy based on immune molecules from cows to help people with hormone deficiencies.

Scientists working on robotic exoskeletons to make them well-fitted for humans

Scientists are tailoring robotic exoskeletons to make them a perfect fit for humans.

12-mn-year-old fossil may reveal when humans began to walk

A recently found fossil may make anthropologists rewrite the whole evolutionary history of how the early humans first began to walk upright on their two legs.

Brain circuit responsible for overeating, sugar addiction identified

A new research has found the brain circuit responsible for making us feel addicted to sugar and overeating.

Ancient skull offers clues to first modern Europeans

An international team has discovered a 55,000-year-old partial skull in northern Israel that provides new insights into the migration of modern humans out of Africa.

Social stress: A barrier to empathy between strangers
Social stress: A barrier to empathy between strangers

Feeling stressed in the presence of strangers curbs the ability to express empathy - the capacity to share and feel another individual's emotions - in animals and humans alike, says a study.

Brain chemical makes humans more patient

The brain chemical serotonin that is widely targeted to treat depression also helps humans have patience in life, researchers report.

Neanderthals knew how to make stone tools: Study

Researchers from University of Montreal have discovered a multi-purpose bone tool dating from the Neanderthal era, suggesting that the Neanderthals knew how to make stone tools like humans.

Artificial intelligence experts pledge to protect humanity from machines
Artificial intelligence experts pledge to protect humanity from machines

Artificial intelligence experts all around the world are signing an open letter, pledging to protect mankind from machines.

Spinal implant could allow paralysed people to walk again

Scientists have used a new flexible implant to allow paralysed rats to walk again, paving the way for new therapies for people with spinal cord injury.

Robotic camera mimics humans to track basketball action

Scientists at Disney Research Lab, Pittsburgh, have developed robotic cameras that mimic human operators to anticipate basketball game action and learn how to better frame shots of a game.

New antibiotic could curb hearing loss

A new version of a common antibiotic could eliminate the side effects associated with the drug - risk of hearing loss and kidney damage, a new research has found.

Drunk birds slur just like tipsy humans
Drunk birds slur just like tipsy humans

Drunk birds slur their words just like humans do when they are inebriated, a new study has found.