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Dispatches from the cutting edge of science and technology

Scientists believe the tip of pterosaur's beak had clusters of nerves, which it used to find prey like 'a dabbling duck probing around shallow water'.

No intact planets have previously been detected orbiting a collapsed star, the researchers say.

Analysis of data from over one million people suggests those who've experienced post-traumatic stress disorder are up to twice as likely to develop dementia.

The detection of a potential 'biomarker' for life on Venus has sparked hesitation, excitement and hope in scientists.

It's thought that pregnancy could reduce the abnormal overactivity of the immune system that causes multiple sclerosis.

An international team of astronomers has detected a mysterious molecule which may be the by-product of living cells.

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