Read more about the article Research Study Shows Massive Biodiversity Loss In German Flora In Past Century
Image shows the elevation of an area in the the Otztal Alps in Austria, undated photo. The repeated survey of the frequency of plants in many small long-term observation areas allows conclusions to be drawn about large-scale population trends. (Krystof Chytry/Newsflash)

Research Study Shows Massive Biodiversity Loss In German Flora In Past Century

An international research study has indicated a massive loss of biodiversity in Germany in the past century. The team from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) analysed multiple local studies including…

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Read more about the article New Stem Cell Research Could Cure Baldness
The back of the head of a male with no hair, in an undated photo. New research into factors that control the life and death of hair follicle cells could help people with baldness, as well as wound healing, according to researchers from the University of California, Riverside in CA, USA. (Helpaeatcontu/Newsflash)

New Stem Cell Research Could Cure Baldness

Scientists may have rooted out a discovery that could put an end to baldness. This is according to a study - published in Biophysical Journal - that has revealed that…

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Read more about the article Prehistoric Farmers Were Bugged By Insects And Mice, Says Study
Lower jaw and front limb bones of wood mice (Apodemus cf. sylvaticus) evaluated by the University of Basel in Switzerland. (Raul Soteras, AgriChange project/Newsflash)

Prehistoric Farmers Were Bugged By Insects And Mice, Says Study

Stone Age farmers in southern France were fighting mice and insects feasting on their supplies 4,000 years ago, a new study has revealed. An international team of archaeologists led by…

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Read more about the article Honeybee Populations Could Be Wiped Out Worldwide By Wing Plague
A picture showing honeycomb from a beehive by the Martin Luther University Halle located in the German town of Wittenberg. (Uni Halle, Markus Scholz/Newsflash)

Honeybee Populations Could Be Wiped Out Worldwide By Wing Plague

The global honeybee population could be endangered by a newly discovered deadly virus, a leading scientist has warned. Prof Dr Robert Paxton from Martin Luther University Halle Wittenberg (MLU) in…

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Read more about the article Scientist Fan Of Taylor Swift Names New Species Of Creepy-Crawly After Her
A newly described millipede, Nannaria swiftae, is named after the U.S. singer-songwriter Taylor Swift. (Dr Derek Hennen/Newsflash)

Scientist Fan Of Taylor Swift Names New Species Of Creepy-Crawly After Her

Scientists have named a new species of millipede that lives hidden in leaves on the forest floor after the popular American singer Taylor Swift. Dr Derek Hennen told Newsflash that…

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Read more about the article US Scientist Revives Dead Brain Cells, Giving Hope To Alzheimers Patients
Dr Hande Ozdinler, a Turkish scientist living in the USA, revived dead nerve cells in the brain with 60 days of treatment in her study on animals. (Newsflash)

US Scientist Revives Dead Brain Cells, Giving Hope To Alzheimers Patients

A Turkish scientist from the US has given hope to ALS, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's patients after successfully reviving dead brain cells in animals. Northwestern University Associate Professor Pembe Hande Ozdinler,…

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Read more about the article Expert Team In Bid To Determine If Rusty Trike Found In Garage Is Worlds Oldest Car Worth Millions
Hubert Rein, 69, Ost Klassiker Klub chairman, with the vehicle that is being investigated to determinate if its one of the world's oldest car, pictured in Germany. (Newsflash)

Expert Team In Bid To Determine If Rusty Trike Found In Garage Is Worlds Oldest Car Worth Millions

A team of five experts is currently attempting to determine if what looks like a rusty trike that was found in a garage in Germany is in fact the world's…

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Read more about the article Billionaire German Doctor Gives Up Illegal And Unapproved Self Made Vaxx After Police Raid
Professor Dr. Winfried Stocker, 74, who developed his own COVID vaccine, and first tested it on himself, is under investigation for an illegal vaccination campaign at Lubeck Airport, in Germany, on 27th November. (Newsflash)

Billionaire German Doctor Gives Up Illegal And Unapproved Self Made Vaxx After Police Raid

A German billionaire who developed his own, self-made vaccine against the coronavirus says he is giving up trying to administer it after a police raid. Winfried Stoecker, 74, said instead…

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Read more about the article Cops Break Up Ex Wuhan Uni Profs Illegal And Unapproved Self Made Vaxx Campaign At German Airport
Professor Dr. Winfried Stocker, 74, who developed his own COVID vaccine, and first tested it on himself, is under investigation for an illegal vaccination campaign at Lubeck Airport, in Germany, on 27th November. (Newsflash)

Cops Break Up Ex Wuhan Uni Profs Illegal And Unapproved Self Made Vaxx Campaign At German Airport

Police have broken up an illegal vaccination event staged by a billionaire scientist who used to teach at a Wuhan university - in the same region the coronavirus pandemic started.…

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Read more about the article Scientist Discovers Worlds Oldest Non Marine Crab Trapped In Amber For 100 Million Years
Cretapsara athanata: The first crab in amber from the dinosaur era. (Lida Xing/Newsflash)

Scientist Discovers Worlds Oldest Non Marine Crab Trapped In Amber For 100 Million Years

A researcher in Canada has discovered the oldest non-marine crab ever which also happens to be the most complete fossil of a crab ever discovered because it was trapped in…

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