The true scientists are those who admit when their experiments don't yield anything new. That's what's just happened at CERN. But let's give them a break. They were in search of the explanation of phyicial existence.
Hepatitis attacks the liver and in the worst case can result in cirrhosis or liver carcinoma. But not all forms of Hepatitis are alike.
The world's first electrically powered training airplane is not built by an aerospace giant. The Alpha Electro is developed by Pipistrel, a small plane-maker with big ambitions for environmentally friendly flight.
Kepler-452b is being hailed as "Earth's older cousin." But Heike Rauer, a researcher at the German Aerospace Center, says we have too few facts to call the planet's discovery a milestone for space science.
While Alzheimer's disease is still stealing countless people's memories, scientists have long been searching for an effective treatment. New drugs currently in research might help patients fend off the disorder.
Who needs to speak French to win at French Scrabble? Not this year's champion, a New Zealander who memorized the entire Scrabble dictionary and won the championship!
A New Zealand Scrabble star memorized the French Scrabble dictionary for a competition, but that doesn't mean he knows French. Linguist Marije Michel talked to DW about learning words and speaking a language.
Australian team is crowned robot footballing world cup champions at 19th RoboCup games in China.
Once the preserve of automated factories and research and development laboratories, androids are stepping out into Japanese society. DW's Tokyo correspondent Julian Ryall reports.
Certain diseases are transmitted by contaminated water. But which are the most dangerous ones and how can you protect yourself?
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A new report has confirmed Germany to be the third-most popular host country for international students. Part of these students comes from the number-one ranked US. What makes Americans cross the pond?
Professional surfer Mick Fanning escaped unscathed from an attack by a large shark - after fighting back and striking the animal. Did he do it right or was it sheer luck?
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