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Harvard researchers teach monkeys maths

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Researchers have taught three rhesus monkeys to do simple addition using the numbers 1 through 25, a feat which provides the best evidence yet that the primates can perform basic arithmetic.

Gwen stefani’s wedding dress to go on show

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Singer Gwen Stefani’s wedding dress is all set to go on display at a prominent museum in London as part of an exhibition showcasing gowns from stars’ big days.

First embryonic stem cells cloned from human skin

Scientists have for the first time turned adult human skin cells into stem cells, which can grow into any type of tissue in the body, using cloning techniques.

Beard trend ‘guided by evolution’

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Men’s beard fashions may be guided by Darwinian selection, according to a new study.

Reds continue title quest

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Liverpool took another step towards a first league title since 1990 after winning 3-2 at Norwich City on Sunday to pull five points clear in the Premier League.

Human cells to be tested in space

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Scientists have sent human immune cells to the International Space Station (ISS) to investigate how their structure and metabolism changes in zero gravity.

Human cells to be tested in space

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Scientists have sent human immune cells to the International Space Station (ISS) to investigate how their structure and metabolism changes in zero gravity.

Protein that joins sperm with egg is discovered

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UK scientists have discovered an elusive protein that allows sperm to recognise and latch onto the egg, a breakthrough that may pave the way for improved fertility treatments and new contraceptives.

Happy couples sleep less than an inch apart

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Partners who sleep less than an inch apart are more likely to be happy in their relationship than those maintaining a wider gap than 30 inches, a new study has found.

Cranston helps fan land a date

Breaking Bad star Bryan Cranston helped a fan ask a girl to the prom by recording a video message for him.

Little Laila was taught that God creates everyone and also leads everyone back to Godself after death. So, she prayed: “Dear God, instead of letting people die and having to make new ones, why don’t you just keep the ones you got now?” Laila’s prayer may never be answered; but, Easter does assure us that life, not death, is what we’re created for.

Of late, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi has been thoughtlessly and in a hurry jumping into every available situation, without verifying basic facts, to criticise the Bharatiya Janata Party.