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Humans to blame for California drought, say Stanford researchers
A suitcase laboratory against Ebola
A virologist from Göttingen has developed an easy to carry suitcase-lab that will enable medics to run full-fledged genetic tests for a variety of viruses. Until now, this was all but unthinkable.
Spectacular insights into the early life of galaxies
Astronomers at the Very Large Telescope have taken the best 3D-pictures of the early universe ever. They discovered objects emitting so little light that the Hubble Telescope could not find them.
Astronomers discover supermassive black hole
The gigantic black hole at the center of a far-off galaxy is said to have originated in the early stages of our universe. What's so special about another black hole? Well, it could tell us how the universe came to be.
'Some patients never get a diagnosis'
One in 17 people suffers from a rare disease. On February 28, organizations raise awareness about the illnesses. Research about rare diseases is difficult, because there are only few cases of each individual illness.
Google's new 'Street View' soars to lofty heights in Amazon rainforest
Search engine Google is giving users a bird's eye-view from the top of the Amazon rainforest in South America, with the release of its latest "Street View" addition.
WHO 'taken aback' by high number of measles cases
The number of measles cases dropped by half between 2013 and 2014, but the current number of infections still remains too high to reach elimination targets on time, according to the World Health Organization.
To vaccinate or not to vaccinate?
Measles are raging in Berlin right now. Politicians have even discussed making vaccination mandatory, because more and more parents refuse to vaccinate their children - and that's allegedly dangerous.
Europe is learning to fear Ebola, while refusing to vaccinate against measles
Measles - a highly contagious disease - can cause permanent disability and death. But despite there being a vaccine, Germany, and other European countries, will fail to eradicate measles by 2015.
Barbie's digital makeover sparks concerns
Through speech recognition transmitting audio to the cloud, the new "Hello Barbie" will be able to engage in two-way conversations. DW spoke with the talking doll's creator about potential dangers for children.
Food and Drink
The hidden facts of egg production
Ahead of this year's parliamentary elections, the German Greens party has called for an end to factory farming. During the industrial breeding of chickens, young chicks are often treated particularly badly, say critics.
Mobile World Congress kicks off in Barcelona
The year's biggest event for the mobile industry is now underway. It's a chance for the world's innovators to showcase new products and discuss technological evolution. DW's Chris Cottrell reports from Barcelona.
Coffee is good for your heart, says Korean study
How many coffee beans do you think are on this picture? More than there are opinions as to the impact of coffee on human health? Maybe. Well, at any rate, DW takes a look at the latest one...