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The University of Cape Town’s Science Department believes that it has found a single dose cure for Malaria.
Fighting an M&M's craving this time of year? Let the milk chocolate melt in your mind—not in your mouth, a new study suggests.
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The Innovators Project
Meet some of science's most important movers and shakers—from past and present.
How to Feed Our Growing Planet
National Geographic explores how we can feed the growing population without overwhelming the planet in our food series.
A new study on marmoset monkeys offers some hints about the causes of stillbirth.
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