Read more about the article Climate Heat Crisis Makes Ants More Aggressive, Says Study
Image shows ant species Tetramorium alpestre that live in high alpine areas, undated photo. Researchers from the University of Innsbruck, in Tyrol, Austria, found out that climate crisis makes the ants more aggressive. (Petra Thurner, Forschungsgruppe Molekulare Oekologie/Newsflash)

Climate Heat Crisis Makes Ants More Aggressive, Says Study

Austrian boffins claimed in a recent study that ongoing climate change make ants act more aggressively. The study - published by a research team from the University of Innsbruck in…

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Read more about the article German Researcher Gives Hope To Millions With New Gene Therapy To Tackle Hearing Loss
University professor and researcher Dr Axel Schambach poses in undated photo. His pioneering research at Hannover Medical School, Germany, aimed to cure hearing loss was rewarded with a grant. (Karin Kaiser, MHH/Newsflash)

German Researcher Gives Hope To Millions With New Gene Therapy To Tackle Hearing Loss

A researcher in Germany is hoping to cure millions of people affected by hearing loss with a new gene therapy. Over 430 million people around the world suffer from genetic…

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Read more about the article Conjoined Twins Separated After Miracle Op
Picture shows the two sisters before surgery at Zhejiang University Children's Hospital in China, undated. The two were born with part of their abdomen connected. (Zhejiang University Children's Hospital/AsiaWire)

Conjoined Twins Separated After Miracle Op

Two conjoined twins were successfully separated after undergoing surgery in a hospital in eastern China. Picture shows the conjoined twins after birth, Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. They were delivered by…

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Read more about the article Conjoined Twins Go Home After Nine-Hour Op To Separate Them
Photo shows the conjoined twins from Algeria, who were separated following a successful operation in Istanbul, Turkey, with their parents in an undated photo. The twins are ready to be discharged from the hospital following four months of treatment. (Newsflash)

Conjoined Twins Go Home After Nine-Hour Op To Separate Them

Conjoined twin girls who were separated during a nine-hour operation in Turkey are set to be discharged from hospital. Safaa and Shiffa - 18-month-old twins from Algeria - were separated…

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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 Archaeologists Find Ancient Roman Fridge With Food Leftovers In Bulgaria
Image shows an ancient fridge, undated photo. It was found in the post-ancient city of Novae, Bulgaria. (P. Dyczek/Newsflash)

Archaeologists Find Ancient Roman Fridge With Food Leftovers In Bulgaria

Archaeologists have unearthed an ancient 'fridge' that still contained food leftovers in a former Roman military camp in Bulgaria. The object, built from ceramic plates, was found in the Novae…

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Read more about the article Mysterious Spheres Could Be From First Ever Board Game
Image shows groups of spheres from Akrotiri, undated photo. Archaeologists from the University of Bristol In England suggested that mysterious stone spheres found at various ancient settlements across the Aegean and Mediterranean could be playing pieces from one of the earliest ever board games. (Konstantinos Trimmis/Newsflash)

Mysterious Spheres Could Be From First Ever Board Game

Scientists believe mysterious stone spheres found at ancient archaeological sites in the Mediterranean and Aegean may be playing pieces from one of the first-ever board games. The experts - from…

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