Irish scientists tag giant porbeagle shark off Donegal coast

The huge female specimen, estimated to weigh 400-500 lb, is the largest ever recorded in Irish waters and likely to be 25-30 years old. The scientists believe the Donegal coast may act as a globally important reproductive area for this species, which is critically endangered in European waters.

Scientists identify new approach to preventing seizures

Epilepsy is a chronic central nervous system (CNS) disorder affecting approximately 1% of the population and 50 million people worldwide. It is characterised by recurrent, spontaneous seizures caused by disrupted electrical activity in the brain.

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