Like colours that fade, memories decay over time.
Milner has spent his career trying to unravel how our genes affect the immune system, and how they can sometimes cause it to make us sick.
It’s still unclear whether the drug can noticeably improve the crippling symptoms sufferers experience.
Yet another study claiming to show a connection between cancer and mobile phones is making the rounds again.
Prions are one of the scariest ways to die, but this particular disease doesn’t seem capable of crossing the species barrier and spreading to humans - we think.
Among the myriad pathogens that can sicken us, prions remain one of the creepiest.
No need to play Sudoku any more as that doesn't work either.
Thinking about Cheryl = Girls Aloud starts playing.
Despite all the headway that science has made in understanding autism in recent years, knowing which children will one day develop autism is still almost impossible to predict.
If the brain is just a bunch of wires and circuits, it stands to reason that those components can simply be re-wired in order to create a better, smarter us.
Good news for mice and men
Polarising paste boosted brain power of test subjects.
They've found another way VR can be used aside from amusing gamers for 10 minutes.
Exciting. Unless you’re a farmer somewhere in the Middle East, of course.
No cats or The Ones were involved in the experiment.