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The gooey substance is produced by special cells in your nose to keep dust, bacteria and other foreign particles from entering your lungs.
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The 18-year-old University of Hong Kong student will compete against other STEM enthusiasts from around the world in the semi-final round.
Sooam Biotech Research Foundation will clone your pet canine for HK$784,000.
You know that feeling of catching 40 winks and ending up more tired than before? We've all been there, but there are easy ways to avoid it happening.
Billion-yuan device being developed in Shenzhen will ‘revolutionise brain studies’.
The cloud-based instant messaging app has become one of the most popular tools of the anti-government demonstrations.
The Cavendish banana accounts for 99 per cent of the world's export market, but its genetic uniformity makes it an easy target for Panama disease.
The boy suffered from a disorder that didn't allow him to tolerate the texture of fruit and vegetables, causing permanent damage to his nervous system.
The South American country sees little hope of relief soon, as the rainy season won't begin until December.
Mussels are delicious, but they are also excellent filters, and could help in the fight to protect the environment.
Researchers also find that the younger people are when they start to smoke e-cigarettes, the more likely they are to try pot.