Horses can learn to use symbols to communicate their preferences - Applied Animal Behaviour Science

Horses can learn to use symbols to communicate their preferences - Applied Animal Behaviour Science

BBC - Future - 'We’re growing brains outside of the body'

BBC - Future - 'We’re growing brains outside of the body'

Bees Can Count to Four, Display Emotions, and Teach Each Other New Skills | Motherboard

Bees Can Count to Four, Display Emotions, and Teach Each Other New Skills | Motherboard

Clinical trials today are long and expensive. Let me show you how the latest technological development could result in the complete change of drug testing.

Clinical trials today are long and expensive. Let me show you how the latest technological development could result in the complete change of drug testing.

Born twice: Baby removed from womb for surgery, then returned - CNN.com

Born twice: Baby removed from womb for surgery, then returned - CNN.com

Frontiers | Classifying Aging As a Disease: The Role of Microbes | Genetics of Aging

Frontiers | Classifying Aging As a Disease: The Role of Microbes | Genetics of Aging

Telomeres are elongated in older individuals in a hibernating rodent, the edible dormouse (Glis glis) : Scientific Reports

Telomeres are elongated in older individuals in a hibernating rodent, the edible dormouse (Glis glis) : Scientific Reports

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