Human genome 'littered' with viral DNA but problem drug users three times more likely to carry genetic fragments in regions which control reward centres and addictive behaviour
A Danish 'maverick' clinician has been thrown off the board of the institute he cofounded – but four of his colleagues have been quick to protest
India and Saudi Arabia are the other two nations set to be hit hardest, new report says
'The reason why this is important is because the patient's own mind, thought, was able to drive movement in his legs,' scientist says
'You can literally see the gravity waves breaking – like ocean waves on the beach – and cascading to turbulence'
‘If we can prove that this device works, is comfortable and safe, then it can go on to make big changes in healthcare’
'They tended to hug the cage and put their mouth parts on the cage. This is very similar to how humans react to MDMA; they touch each other frequently,' says scientist
Bright glow 'could change our general understanding of neutron star evolution'
'There haven’t been any new drugs last 15 years, so it’s very promising to have uncovered a reason why some of that research may have failed'
Evidence from genetic analysis of tusks in major shipments will help link individual criminals to wider networks and bring them to justice
Programme would be responsible for warning the country if a satellite was dropping towards the Earth
Study suggests younger reptiles are particularly vulnerable to pollution
'There was a lot of stuff going on up there'
Study attempts to locate remaining 99% of plastic unaccounted for by conventional surveys
Patients fundraising for clinics offering coffee enemas and vitamin infusions through platforms which should “have a responsibility to ensure that they do not facilitate the exploitation”, charity says
Hospital superbugs to probiotic lactobacilli capable of 'electrogenesis' when deprived of oxygen in the gut