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The focus of the upcoming Spring 2017 issue of I,Science is taboo – from incest, to nudity, and all the way to death, we take a hard look at some of society’s most stubborn hang-ups.
A recent study suggests a unique solution to ‘re-stocking’ arctic sea ice being destroyed by increasing global temperatures
A team of Russian and Swedish scientists may be a step closer to slowing, and perhaps even reversing, the effects of ageing.
A recent study suggests the beginnings of Alzheimer’s disease may relate to the levels of vitamin A received in the womb.
Researchers at the University of Manchester have broken the record for creating the tightest knot ever, using a strand of 192 atoms.
How do you tackle a giant shark with a 3-meter wide jaw, a 16-meter long body and a ferocious appetite? The answer may be to simply take away its favourite food.