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Chatterpies, haggisters and ninuts could help children love conservation

Weaving stories and intriguing names into children’s education about the natural world could help to engage them with species’ conservation messages, new research shows. A team at the University of Birmingham carried out a study to explore the potential of species’ cultural heritage for inspiring the conservationists of the future. Focusing on magpies, one of… Read More »

New Parkinson's treatment could halt and even REVERSE disease symptoms

A new treatment that can halt and even reverse Parkinson’s disease is giving sufferers fresh hope. Researchers found boosting levels of a naturally occurring protein can regenerate dying brain cells – if delivered directly into the brain via tubes. The £3million study, funded by Parkinson’s UK and pharma firm MedGenesis, had a five-year trial at… Read More »