People with dyslexia have brains that are specialised to explore the unknown, and this strength has contributed to the success and survival of our species.

Researchers studying slow-ageing animals like turtles, amphibians, snakes and crocodilians are beginning to understand why these creatures live longer than us, and how we might extend our own…

Muscular suckers on the extinct cephalopod’s arms suggest it used them to clamp onto moving prey.

New dataset detailing the article attributions of university researchers reveals significant gender gap.

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