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A paper in 'Science' reports that bees may possess 'cross-modal object recognition' and can recognise things they touch but haven't seen.
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Deadly ‘dance’ between Sars-CoV-2 and the body’s defences is playing out in thousands of cases the world over, immunologists say
Be a late bird and catch a particularly large and bright moon at 1.48am in the early hours of March 10.
In honour of the great inventor's birthday on March 3, we take a look at how his initial invention has evolved over the years.
Metarhizium fungi is used as a biological insecticide in Africa.
Scientists in China conduct examinations after death to try and understand the virus better and to develop a vaccine
Form Four students Yeung Man-tsung and Yao Hang-ying took bronze at the S. T. Yau High School Science Award Finale in Beijing
Johnson played an important role in the Apollo moon missions, despite having to deal with racism and sexism.
The Cassiopea xamachana can create 'stinging water' to hunt without ever touching its quarry.
We break down the science behind the Pac-Man illusion, the world-famous Duck and Rabbit illustration, and more.
Don't let your phone overheat and stop charging it at night, says a City University battery expert.

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