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Scientists Calculated The Population Of Ants: 2.5 Million For Every Human

An astounding twenty quadrillion ants, or 2.5 million for every human, are thought to exist worldwide, according to scientists. This is the most detailed evaluation of the ant population to date. Ants are insects that have colonized practically every...

Study of Fossil Skulls Sheds Light on Neandertals Mating with Modern Humans

An exploratory study by North Carolina State University is offering new insights on the interbreeding between Neandertals and modern humans.

Athens Metro Second in Pickpocket Complaints in the World

Athens has the second worst reputation for pickpocketing in the world according to tourists, new research reveals.

Existence of Loch Ness Monster ‘Plausible,’ Scientists Say

The discovery of new fossils is leading British scientists to conclude that the past existence of a Loch Ness monster was "plausible." The suggestion came after researchers found fossils of small plesiosaurs, long-necked marine reptiles from the age of dinosaurs,...

Researchers Discover Crusades Era Grenades in Jerusalem

Researchers have discovered grenades that were used in the time of the Crusades within the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. In a recent study, the remains of elements of the grenades were analyzed and explosive materials were...

Alzheimer’s Vaccine, Treatment Closer to Becoming Reality

Recent medical research suggests that a vaccine and treatment for the dreaded disease of Alzheimer's may not be far off. The study, which involved research in mice, was conducted by researchers from the University of Leicester, the University Medical Center...

Innovative Face Mask Can Detect COVID-19 in Minutes

Researchers from MIT and Harvard University created recently a wearable face mask that could offer a COVID-19 diagnosis in approximately 90 minutes.

Greek Scientists Behind Breakthrough Leukemia Treatment

Two acclaimed Greek scientists are leading the research on a breakthrough drug to treat a rare type of leukemia.

Acclaimed Greek Scientist Makes Breakthrough Discovery on Obesity

A lab observation during a cancer research project by acclaimed Greek geneticist Dr Constantine Stratakis discovered key brain mechanisms related to obesity.

University of West Attica Unveils Post-Pandemic Goals And Challenges in Higher Education

The newly established University of West Attica (UNIWA), headquartered near the iconic archaeological site of Plato's Academy in Athens, is setting early post-pandemic goals with an emphasis on extroversy, research and innovation as it plans to attract more students...