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A wide-ranging exhibition in Cambridge, UK, celebrates two geniuses: one broke Nazi codes, the other cracked an ancient script
People are starting to alter their own DNA with cheap, easy gene-editing technology. Is it time to regulate CRISPR?
Fertility has been considered a woman's problem for so long, but sperm counts are dropping and men have a ticking clock too. It's time to redress the balance
Porpoises scrunch up their heads to direct their sonar beams and keep prey within "sight". Understanding how they point sound could help us design better sonar
Re-organising the National Health Service in England has failed to reduce the proportion of people being referred for expensive hospital treatments