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New Greenlandic cuisine is changing cultural identity

GREENLAND: Greenland is experiencing a type of gastronomic revolution that is changing their national identity, says researcher.

New EU law puts patient health at risk

New regulations for sharing patient data in human trials puts Europeans' safety at risk, say scientists.

Scientists embark on the world’s largest genome project

Scientists hope to develop a complete family tree of our feathered friends by mapping the genome of every single living species of bird on the planet.

Scientist: Hypotheses on antioxidants are complete nonsense

Eating antioxidants in fruits and vegetables does not help combat free radicals in the body or fight disease, but they do help stimulate the body's defences.

Science should be a part of our nightlife

Welcome to Science and Cocktails, a project that seeks to combine science with entertainment, after-work drinks, and music.

Meet your new physician: Dr Google

OPINION: In theory, internet search engines like Google and Bing can make early diagnoses and may even save lives.

Three in four couples starting fertility treatment will become pregnant

A new study shows that three quarters of couples that started fertility treatment in Denmark conceived within five years.

Greenlandic fjords get their organic matter from Russia

GREENLAND: A simple chemical technique sheds new light on ocean circulation in the Arctic and could help improve computer models of ocean circulation.

Global academic collaboration: a new form of colonisation?

OPINION: Organisations, universities and researchers in the global North often call the shots in global research collaborations, and many researchers question whether African universities are still suffering form a sort of colonisation--of the mind.

Food travel time through the body impacts on our health

A quick passage of food from your mouth through your stomach and out the other end is better for your health, shows new research.