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  • 'Love test' predicts good marriage

    Scientists have invented a new "love test" that they believe could predict the success of a relationship. The research, published in the journal Science, suggests that a reaction to an image of a partner could give a useful indication of the future state of a marriage...

    Jul 10,2015
  • Biggest threat to modern medicine claim

    Global health experts have warned that bacteria unaffected by antibiotics are one of the most serious threats to modern medicine. Writing in the medical journal, The Lancet, the experts are calling for people across the world to work together to fight the threat...

    Jul 10,2015
  • Nazi stolen art found in Germany

    A collection of 1,500 works of art by famous painters such as Picasso, Matisse and Chagall has been found in the city of Munich, according to German media. The value of the works is thought to be $1.35bn.  ..

    Dec 27,2013
  • Eleven new Alzheimer's 'risk genes'

    Scientists have identified 11 new genes linked to the onset of Alzheimer's disease. The discovery was brought about by the largest study into the disease, and has used information gathered from more than 50,000 people across 15 different countries.  ..

    Nov 25,2013
  • Monkeys 'talk in turns'

    Recordings of monkeys calling to one another have revealed that they take it in turns to make sounds, in a pattern very similar to human conversation. Scientists from Princeton University recorded marmosets as they called each other. The animals would wait several seconds before responding.  ..

    Nov 25,2013
  • Canadian wins Nobel Prize for Literature

    This year's Nobel Prize for Literature has gone to the Canadian writer Alice Munro. She is highly praised for her short stories which focus on life in the part of Canada where she has spent most of her time.  ..

    Nov 25,2013
  • Voyager 1 leaves the Solar System

    The Voyager 1 spacecraft has become the first man-made object to leave the solar system. The probe was launched 36 years ago and has spent years hurtling away from the sun. Now a new analysis has revealed that the craft crossed into interstellar space in August last year.   ..

    Nov 25,2013
  • Mexican soft drinks tax

    The Mexican president, Enrique Pena Nieto, has proposed a higher tax on soft drinks to help tackle the country's serious obesity problem. Mr Pena Nieto described it as a health tax for Mexico, which has the second highest rate of obesity in the world.  ..

    Nov 25,2013
  • China's language challenge

    China's Ministry of Education has said that more than 400m Chinese are unable to speak the national language - Mandarin. The admission from officials came as the government started another push to unite China in terms of language.   ..

    Nov 25,2013
  • Climate change 'spreads crop pests'

    Global warming is helping pests and diseases that attack crops to spread around the world, according to a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change. Researchers from the universities of Exeter and Oxford found crop pests are moving towards the poles as regions warm.  ..

    Nov 25,2013