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Researchers have been achieving promising results by using cryotherapy to kill breast cancer cells by freezing tumours with super-cold nitrogen.

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Scientists have found a key gene that humans share with the heart-healing Mexican tetra fish and zebrafish. This could pave the way for new therapies to treat heart attack survivors.

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Got a rare Scotch as a present and worried if it’s a fake? Science is here to the rescue. Researchers now are applying sophisticated methods used in archaeology and criminal investigations to spot fake whiskies, showing the way forward in food security too.

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Happy New Year! We have successfully entered 2019 and holidays are over for many of us. We know, you were probably busy with opening Christmas presents and you must have missed science like a crazy scientist, so here is a quick heads-up of the 3 most popular Sparrho Digest of last year. Check them out below in case you have missed any!

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A display flashing up on your sleeve? It’s possible! Scientists have come up with a method to use the versatile material graphene in ‘smart textiles’ that can emit light, measure heartbeats and regulate warmth.

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Researchers have identified the cells in our eyes that let light from smartphone screens disrupt sleep, cause insomnia, metabolic diseases or mood disorders.

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Fathers' smoking can seriously affect sons' fertility, a new study claims, but the good news is: quitting before conception can help avoid the problem.

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Researchers have discovered a strong link between air pollution and childhood obesity pointing at certain vehicle exhaust fumes and second-hand smoke as the culprits.

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Robotic exoskeletons using electrical stimulation and reading muscle signals are taking great strides in helping partially paralysed people regain their mobility.

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Scientists have developed a method to tweak light, allowing them to double the electricity solar panels generate.

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