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.
A new study is one of the first to shed light on the biological mechanisms behind premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD).
A new study exploring the interaction between cancer cells and their environment may result in effective methods for preventing the spread of malignant tumours.
A new theory explaining the birth of the Moon could help complete our understanding.
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Varieties of common grass have been genetically engineered to break down toxic chemicals released into the environment by years of military testing.