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One in five students in independent schools received extra time to complete GCSE and A-level exams last year.

The first comprehensive assessment of Europe's crickets and grasshoppers has found that more than a quarter of species are being driven to extinction.

Scientists have discovered evidence of a massive ancient undersea landslide next to Australia's Great Barrier Reef.

Scientists who spent years listening to the communication calls of one of our closest ape relatives say their eavesdropping has shed light on the origin of human language.

Alphabet's YouTube said it was rolling out live streaming from mobile devices for users with more than 10,000 subscribers, adding a feature that will help them make money, as it takes on Facebook Live.

Wednesday, 08 February 2017 08:51

Martian Volcano Erupted for 2 Billion Years

A Martian volcano may have erupted continuously for more than 2 billion years, a new study suggests.

GENEVA —
Leading United Nations and humanitarian organizations have called for an end to female genital mutilation, a traditional practice that causes physical harm and extreme emotional trauma to tens of millions of girls and women around the world.

WASHINGTON —
Because we face a looming global epidemic of dementia, scientists the world over are looking for ways to preserve the memories of older adults.

7 Science-Based Health Benefits of Drinking Enough Water

 

Our bodies are around 60% water, give or take.

It is commonly recommended to drink eight 8-ounce glasses of water per day (the 8×8 rule).

Although there is little science behind this specific rule, staying hydrated is important.

Here are 7 evidence-based health benefits of drinking plenty of water.

Monday, 06 February 2017 09:29

LG admits premium display fails near wi-fi

Electronics giant LG has admitted its new premium-priced computer displays experience "performance issues" when placed near a wi-fi router.

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