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Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have set a new record for the world's deepest fish, filmed in the Mariana Trench - the deepest place on Earth.
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A drug which boosts the brain's immune response may prevent or cure Alzheimer's disease, scientists believe.
The move illustrates a quantum property known as spin, which happens to be one of the stranger yet less-hyped things about particles.
The findings also reveal that a change in deep-sea heat transport had a profound effect on the Earth's climate.
In the future, people could feel holograms of objects that would not otherwise be touchable.
Dr Raman has invented a way to encourage buildings to radiate their heat straight into outer space.
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Hawking says that humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn't compete and would be superseded.
Danish scientists say its chemical compounds appear to slow down the immune system's over-response to cancer cells.
The end goal of the research is to figure out how they are able to slow down the aging clock.
Our footprint on Earth is so significant that we may have to reconsider history.
You could call it Noah's Ark. It might be our salvation in case of global tragedy.
Remember that flashy thing in Men in Black? Well, it might exist soon.
The deep-sea of Australia could preserve descendants from 500 million years ago.