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The trial in which astronomer Johannes Kepler defended his mother from accusations of witchcraft has been turned into an opera, following new research into the 17th Century trial.
Unprecedented study of Aboriginal Australians points to one shared Out of Africa migration for modern humans
The first significant investigation into the genomics of Aboriginal Australians, led by Fellow Eske Willerslev, has uncovered several major findings about early human populations.
The Great British weather, interaction with the environment, and human nature are all subjects of the poems in the debut collection from Library Projects Assistant Rebecca Watts.
PhD student Giuliana Fusco was part of a study which offers important clues about what may be happening in the brain when people get Parkinson's Disease.
New research by Professor Richard Samworth is helping to interpret complex and seemingly unmanageable statistical information.
Research by Amanda Sferuzzi-Perri provides clear evidence that the placenta "umpires" a battle for nutrients between mother and foetus, influencing pregnancy outcomes.