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Photos show how ants escaped a Soviet nuclear-weapons bunker after surviving on cannibalism for years
The ants' food source remained a mystery until researchers examined some of the 2 million ant corpses piled up around the bunker.
Macaques could reduce crop damage by rats from 10 per cent to less than 3 per cent, said researchers, equivalent to a gain of around $650 million per year.
Nikon Small World judges pore over thousands of pictures each year to select the best. From fly eyes to jewel bearings, here are 40 of our favorites.
Nikon's Small World judges pore over thousands of photos each year to select the best. From fly eyes to jewel bearings, here are 40 of our favorites.
Elon Musk says the difference between human intellect and AI is comparable to the difference between chimpanzees and humans
According to Tesla and Neuralink CEO Elon Musk, artificial intelligence could be so much smarter than people that we don't even understand it.
Scientists have successfully created the world's first gene-edited reptile using Crispr technology. It's a cute albino lizard no bigger than a finger.
The answer to why some people are left handed could lie in your spinal cord, according to some research.
Elephants in a recent study picked out larger amounts of seeds by smell alone. Some could smell the difference between 150 and 180 sunflower seeds.
Elon Musk finally took the wraps off his new brain microchip company that plans to connect people’s brains to the internet by next year
Elon Musk's secretive brain microchip company held an event on Tuesday night detailing the work it's been doing. Here's everything we learned!
NTU scientists create new method to detect acute kidney failure early – and it could help stop the disease in its tracks
Current diagnostic platforms fail to detect the "early stage, pre-morbid changes" that underlie the disease, NTU said.