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The study of the brain and mind is the last frontier in medical science.
Clothing fibre made from tea by-product could improve health of fashion industry.
Cutting-edge prosthetics may soon allow amputees to control an artificial limb using their minds, just like a normal limb.
National Institutes of Health announces end to chimpanzee research.
Thick, creamy, sweet or spicy, there are many ways to enjoy curry.
Maude Phipps, a professor of human molecular genetics, has gone on to become one of the leading geneticists in the country. And her interest in science simply began with a TV documentary.
Scientists: Onion cells could be a better alternative to expensive polymers in making artificial muscles.
Intervention for children with learning differences must involve parents and families.
The rising Canadian star with Asian roots is now the face of Taiwanese brand For Beloved One.
New experiments that grow tiny cancer cells in the lab may help doctors to customise treatments according to each patient's needs in the future.