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Too much of mercury causes infertility in men. And it can also come in the fish you eat

The rodent-like Gilbert Potoroo marsupial, a kangaroo species presumed extinct for more than a century, was rediscovered in south-western Australia by an Australian student who recently trapped a

Since the '70s, camera makers and photography enthusiasts have dreamt of a 1-chip camera that does everything. Thanks to the efforts of 3 scientists from nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) at the

Take a glass pane that is hit by a cricket ball: it doesn't shatter; it bends, absorbs the impact and snaps back to its original shape. If the recent success of chemists at Du Pont in developing a

John Turner, professor of genetics at the University of Leeds, has developed a computer model that can predict how the microclimate of an area will differ from that of another just a few kilometres

Enriching oceans with iron could help absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas

Damage to a small structure found in the brain impairs the ability to recognise emotions

An ungulate species belonging to an entirely new genus has been identified in Vietnam and Cambodia's northwestern districts (BBC Wildlife, Vol 13, No 1). German biologist Wolfgang Peter from

A new mapping technique can help quickly locate any site in a city

A LARGE number of dead whales were found washed up by whale scientist Roger Payne in Patagonia, Chile. The cause of death was apparently skin infections. The mysterious human-AIDS-like plague, which