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Top Ethiopian scientist honored by international news organization. Jun 30, 2022 171
Scientists hail 'world's ultimate predator' as 50ft shark that devoured rivals; Princeton University researchers have revealed that the Megalodon shark is the supreme "predator of predators" after they carried out a study of what would win out at the top. By, Tim Hanlon Jun 28, 2022 445
Female Chinese neuroscientist honored with prestigious award. Jun 28, 2022 922
Chinese scientists find way to create life by 'reprogramming' stem cells. Jun 28, 2022 283
Insecurity helps quack lab scientists' activities escalate in Anambra. Jun 28, 2022 644
Life could have existed on Mars for a long period of time, scientists claim; Researchers studying pictures captured by Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter think they can see clay-bearing sediments which would suggest there was once water on the Red Planet. By, Matt Gibson Jun 28, 2022 303
Out LGBTQ scientists: Between success and discrimination. admin Jun 28, 2022 1223
Eating one thing can delay Alzheimer's by almost 5 years and add years to your life; Scientists have been looking at ways to tackle the onset of dementia which not only wrecks lives but is costs to the public purse. By, Jim Leffman & Elaine Blackburne Jun 27, 2022 381
Scientists to turn mosquitoes, flies, pests to poultry feeds. Jun 27, 2022 802
DRDO scientist visits Northern Command. Jun 27, 2022 204
Two complementary knowledge systems: A Baha'i perspective. Jun 27, 2022 853
4.4 million galaxies revealed by scientists in new study. Jun 26, 2022 470
Six young scientists to represent Malaysia at 71st Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany. Jun 26, 2022 290
ABSU Inducts 160 Medical Laboratory Scientists As VC Vows To Maintain Standard. Jun 26, 2022 334
Six Young Scientists Represent Malaysia At 71st Nobel Laureate Meeting In Germany. Jun 26, 2022 301
Can breast milk treat COVID 19? Brazilian scientists have the answer. Jun 25, 2022 615
Little girl with cerebral palsy has conquered mountains, triathlons, horse riding and now surfs thanks to an incredible team of scientists; Imogen Ashwell-Lewis has after become a pioneering patient for the condition. By, Cathy Owen Jun 25, 2022 601
Scientists Discover World's Largest Bacterium, The Size Of An Eyelash. Jun 25, 2022 169
COVID-19 Vaccines Saved 20M Lives In 1st Year, Scientists Reports. Jun 24, 2022 324
Professor Amr Hamzawy, space scientist Essam Heggy accept invitation to join national dialogue: Coordinator. Egypt Today staff Jun 24, 2022 476
COVID vaccines saved 20M lives in 1st year, scientists say. Jun 24, 2022 489
Primary school-aged children saw biggest rise in pandemic screen time use; Increase in use associated with a negative impact on diet, sleep, mental health and eye health, says scientists. By, Nina Massey, PA Science Correspondent & Stephen Pitts Jun 24, 2022 457
Primary school-aged children saw biggest rise in pandemic screen time use; Increase in use associated with a negative impact on diet, sleep, mental health and eye health, says scientists. By, Nina Massey, PA Science Correspondent & Stephen Pitts Jun 24, 2022 457
Primary school-aged children saw biggest rise in pandemic screen time use; Increase in use associated with a negative impact on diet, sleep, mental health and eye health, says scientists. By, Nina Massey, PA Science Correspondent & Stephen Pitts Jun 24, 2022 457
Primary school-aged children saw biggest rise in pandemic screen time use; Increase in use associated with a negative impact on diet, sleep, mental health and eye health, says scientists. By, Nina Massey, PA Science Correspondent & Stephen Pitts Jun 24, 2022 457
Unseen horrors of Chernobyl as babies born with fused legs and covered in spots revealed; On April 26, 1986 scientists lost control of the four reactors at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant -leading to an explosion that shot masses of radiation into the atmosphere. By, Ryan Fahey Jun 24, 2022 525
COVID vaccines saved 20M lives in 1st year, scientists say. Jun 24, 2022 522
Scientist honoured with L'Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talent Award. Jun 23, 2022 321
How science says you could be happier. Jun 23, 2022 252
Scientists honoured with L'Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talent Award. Jun 23, 2022 321
Scientist honoured with L'Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talent Award. Jun 23, 2022 321
Scientist honoured with L'Oreal-UNESCO International Rising Talent award. Jun 23, 2022 315
Scientists find subpopulation of critically endangered polar bears in Greenland. Jun 23, 2022 515
'Bear-dog crossbreed': Scientists discover fossilized animal that roamed Europe millions of years ago. Jun 23, 2022 236
Iran orders US to pay compensation for slain nuke scientists. admin Jun 23, 2022 529
Bank of England announce there's just 100 DAYS left to use old paper £20 and £50 banknotes; The polymer £50 banknote was issued on June 23 last year, featuring scientist Alan Turing. By, Alex O'Leary Jun 23, 2022 333
Detained Mossad agents planned to kill Iran's nuclear scientists: Judiciary official. Jun 22, 2022 288
Scientist makes environmental case for marine phosphate. Jun 22, 2022 826
Scientists reveal perfect sized hands for gaming after studying Mario Kart players; Some of the most popular games across the UK and US were integral to the study -which looked at people between 18 and 44 -including Call of Duty, Fifa and Mario Kart. By, Alex Wellman Jun 21, 2022 874
Covid is 'drain' on NHS as hospitalisations rise by 30% in a week, SAGE scientist says; Today Professor John Edmunds, a member of the Government's SAGE committee, told The Mirror that the virus continues to be a "drain" on the NHS and said research is needed on how best to protect the most vulnerable. By, Dave Burke Jun 21, 2022 741
Digital scientists, technical experts working in Sarawak will get five-year work visas, says premier. Jun 21, 2022 324
Gloves off in phosphate dispute... scientist claims real threat comes from fishing sector. Jun 20, 2022 594
One lifestyle change could cut dementia risk by fifth, say scientists; Globally, more than 55 million people have dementia with 10 million new cases diagnosed every year. By, Neil Shaw Jun 19, 2022 601
Cancer breakthrough as scientists could create therapy for deadliest disease; Personalised treatments could be on the horizon for cancers which kill 90% of sufferers. By, Neil Shaw Jun 19, 2022 471
One lifestyle change could cut dementia risk by fifth, say scientists; Globally, more than 55 million people have dementia with 10 million new cases diagnosed every year. By, Neil Shaw Jun 19, 2022 601
Cancer breakthrough as scientists could create therapy for deadliest disease; Personalised treatments could be on the horizon for cancers which kill 90% of sufferers. By, Neil Shaw Jun 19, 2022 471
Cancer breakthrough as scientists could create therapy for deadliest disease; Personalised treatments could be on the horizon for cancers which kill 90% of sufferers. By, Neil Shaw Jun 19, 2022 471
Cancer breakthrough as scientists could create therapy for deadliest disease; Personalised treatments could be on the horizon for cancers which kill 90% of sufferers. By, Neil Shaw Jun 19, 2022 471
Cancer breakthrough as scientists could create therapy for deadliest disease; Personalised treatments could be on the horizon for cancers which kill 90% of sufferers. By, Neil Shaw Jun 19, 2022 471
Cancer breakthrough as scientists could create therapy for deadliest disease; Personalised treatments could be on the horizon for cancers which kill 90% of sufferers. By, Neil Shaw Jun 19, 2022 471
Dr Banarsi Lal of KVK conferred with Best Scientist Award. Jun 18, 2022 372
Scientist, farmers embark on groundnuts value addition. Jun 18, 2022 580
DOST hopeful more 'balik scientists' will come home during Marcos Jr. admin. Jun 18, 2022 1231
REAL-LIFE GUMSHOES UNCOVER LONG-BURIED SECRETS: Scientists and journalists are on the case in three brilliant true-crime books. Mason, Deborah Jun 18, 2022 961
A curious robot is poised to rapidly expand coral reef research: The latest iteration of a portable WHOI robot is learning to autonomously observe, track, and listen to reef animals using artificial intelligence, a promising milestone for scientists trying to automate biodiversity and health assessments on coral reefs. Hentz, Daniel Jun 18, 2022 821
The hypoxic reef: SCIENTISTS INVESTIGATE THE IMPACTS OF LOW-OXYGEN EVENTS ON TROPICAL REEFS. Hugus, Elise Jun 18, 2022 1062
Scientists find new population of polar bears in sea-ice free region. Jun 17, 2022 800
Scientists pioneer new treatment for patients with PTSD. ECHO REPORTER echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Jun 17, 2022 915
Chinese scientists discover mating-swarms in early mayfly fossils. Jun 17, 2022 173
Scientist, farmers embark on groundnuts value addition. Jun 17, 2022 581
Omicron sufferers less likely to end up dealing with long Covid, study reveals; Scientists say the variant has less than half the chance of Delta of causing lingering symptoms. By, Nina Massey, PA Science Correspondent & Debra Hunter Report Jun 17, 2022 367
Omicron sufferers less likely to end up dealing with long Covid, study reveals; Scientists say the variant has less than half the chance of Delta of causing lingering symptoms. By, Nina Massey, PA Science Correspondent & Debra Hunter Report Jun 17, 2022 367
Scientists stress water imbalance in Third Pole. Jun 16, 2022 303
Men's penises are getting smaller and it could be the end of mankind, says scientist; She said men are in danger due to 'feminisation'. By, Michael Moran & Steven Smith Jun 16, 2022 353
Dr Hilary has say on 'beer a day keeps you healthy' research; Scientists want to confirm their findings by enlarging the study. By, Matt Drake & Daniel Smith Jun 16, 2022 257
People who contract Covid Omicron variant can be infected with same strain again; The findings come from a new study by scientists at the Imperial College London which has just been published. By, Tim Hanlon & Matt Gibson & Mike Kelly Jun 16, 2022 674
Men's penises are getting smaller and it could be the end of mankind, says scientist; She said men are in danger due to 'feminisation'. By, Michael Moran & Steven Smith Jun 16, 2022 353
Dr Hilary has his say on 'beer a day keeps you healthy' research; Scientists want to confirm their findings by enlarging the study. By, Matt Drake & Daniel Smith Jun 16, 2022 257
Dr Hilary has his say on 'beer a day keeps you healthy' research; Scientists want to confirm their findings by enlarging the study. By, Matt Drake & Daniel Smith Jun 16, 2022 258
Dr Hilary has his say on 'beer a day keeps you healthy' research; Scientists want to confirm their findings by enlarging the study. By, Matt Drake & Daniel Smith Jun 16, 2022 258
QU-CPH scientists combine nano-technology and Indian spice to treat colon cancer. Jun 16, 2022 480
Scientist must develop resilient agriculture to tackle new challenges: UAF VC. Jun 16, 2022 359
Monkeypox virus to be renamed by the World Health Organization because of fears it's 'discriminatory'; Scientists who argue referring to monkeypox as simply an 'African' virus is cause for concern refer to it with the term 'hMPXV'. By, Mike Kelly Jun 15, 2022 501
Omicron Covid variant 'does not give immunity to reinfection,' study shows; A study by Imperial College London scientists has shown that people who have had the Omicron variant do not appear to have immunity from catching the virus again. By, Tim Hanlon Jun 15, 2022 715
Dr Peter Scott-Morgan dies: Tributes to Brit scientist who became world's first 'cyborg'; Dr Peter Scott-Morgan has passed away aged 64 as tributes are paid to the world's first full 'cyborg' as his followers describe the motor neurone disease fighter as an 'inspiration'. By, Sam Elliott-Gibbs Jun 15, 2022 361
Monkeypox to be renamed as scientists search for non-discriminatory name; The World Health Organisation has said it is working with experts to come up with a new name for monkeypox, which has been spreading rapidly around the globe in recent weeks. By, Malvika Padin Jun 15, 2022 482
'Scientists are right -we did start feeling at our sexiest after turning 53'; Brits feel sexiest at the ripe old age of 53, according to a new study -with four in ten people in this age group saying they were more confident about their looks than ever before. By, Rosaleen Fenton Jun 15, 2022 1014
People infected with Covid Omicron variant 'not immune from contracting it again'; That's according to the findings of a new study by scientists at the Imperial College London. By, Tim Hanlon & Matt Gibson Jun 15, 2022 623
People infected with Covid Omicron variant 'not immune from contracting it again'; That's according to the findings of a new study by scientists at the Imperial College London. By, Tim Hanlon & Matt Gibson Jun 15, 2022 623
Computer scientist creates software to support farmers. Jun 15, 2022 456
Computer scientist creates software to support farmers. Jun 15, 2022 457
Group seeks justice for slain Ebonyi lab scientist. Jun 15, 2022 276
Polar Scientist Explains Peril of Thwaites. Jun 15, 2022 883
Monkeypox should be 'urgently' renamed over racist 'historical associations' -WHO; Officials at the World Health Organisation are weighing up new names for the virus spreading around the world after a respected group of scientists called for it to be "urgently" changed. By, Dave Burke Jun 14, 2022 407
Scientists create Transformer-style robot that travels through body to cure diseases; It is inspired by origami. By, Mark Waghorn & Steven Smith Jun 14, 2022 662
Scientists create Transformer-style robot that travels through body to cure diseases; It is inspired by origami. By, Mark Waghorn & Steven Smith Jun 14, 2022 662
Scientists create Transformer-style robot that travels through body to cure diseases; It is inspired by origami. By, Mark Waghorn & Steven Smith Jun 14, 2022 662
Foam on garden plants should be reported, say scientists as deadly disease spreads across species in Europe; You shouldn't disturb the odd looking liquid if you see it but should report it. By, Dan Wiggins Jun 14, 2022 512
Scientists create Transformer-style robot that travels through body to cure diseases; It is inspired by origami. By, Mark Waghorn & Steven Smith Jun 14, 2022 662
SCIENTISTS RECORD BREAKTHROUGH, SUCCESSFULLY MAP AFRICAN CASSAVA GENOME. Jun 14, 2022 500
Nigerian Scientist Gets ICGEB Fellowship Award To Represent West Africa In Tunisia. Jun 14, 2022 357
Scientists urged to raise more initiatives. Jun 14, 2022 230
Low blood donation in Nigeria worries lab scientists. Jun 14, 2022 427
Murder Of Medical Worker: Ebonyi Lab Scientists Protest, Seek Justice For Their Murdered Colleague. Jun 14, 2022 641
Scientists Unveil New Technology to Address Cassava Mosaic Disease-2. Jun 14, 2022 380
Old, Damaged Brain Cells May Be a Target for Alzheimer's Tests and Treatments: Some scientists speculate that old cells may increase our vulnerability to health conditions that are common in older age--including Alzheimer's disease. Jun 14, 2022 896
COMSTECH announces 50 fellowships to Yemen scientists. Jun 14, 2022 641
Chinese scientists' major discovery on potato genome sequence: Study. Jun 14, 2022 233
Iran suspects Israel killed 2 scientists by poisoning their food -- report. admin Jun 14, 2022 1059
Kaston, 4, becomes a scientist for a day; children discover more about their treatment. AMBER EDWARDS Amber.Edwards@reachplc.com Jun 14, 2022 443
Congratulations To Three (3) GSTS Alumni Featured Among Top Ghanaian Scientists Listed on FamousFix. Jun 13, 2022 649
Scientists urged to raise more initiatives. Jun 13, 2022 231
Scientists improve drinking water restoration after wildfire. Laureen Fagan Jun 13, 2022 535
Scientists urged to raise more initiatives. Jun 13, 2022 231
FERGIE TIME FOR NOBEL PROF DAVID; Scientist's tips on new fame from football legend. STUART MACDONALD reporters@dailyrecord.co.uk Jun 13, 2022 460
Scientists bring tortoise back from extinction. TOM WILKINSON AND DANIEL HALL Reporters Jun 13, 2022 437
Scientists excited by discovery of 'Edward Scissorhands' dinosaur with fearsome claws; The findings have changed the way researchers thought about the creatures which hadn't previously been found in coastal regions. By, Charlie Jones Jun 13, 2022 489
Sex could help you stay hayfever-free this summer; Scientists believe a romp could free you of the irritating hayfever symptoms. By, Charlotte Hulme & Matt Jackson Jun 13, 2022 301
Sex could help you stay hayfever-free this summer; Scientists believe a romp could free you of the irritating hayfever symptoms. By, Charlotte Hulme & Matt Jackson Jun 13, 2022 301
Sex could help you stay hayfever-free this summer; Scientists believe a romp could free you of the irritating hayfever symptoms. By, Charlotte Hulme & Matt Jackson Jun 13, 2022 301
Sex could help you stay hayfever-free this summer; Scientists believe a romp could free you of the irritating hayfever symptoms. By, Charlotte Hulme & Matt Jackson Jun 13, 2022 301
Scientists discover the best way to protect yourself against Covid; So which is 'better' -the immunity produced from an infection or a vaccine? By, Grace C Roberts, University of Leeds & Lena Glaser, Queen's University Belfast Jun 13, 2022 1075
Scientists discover the best way to protect yourself against Covid; So which is 'better' -the immunity produced from an infection or a vaccine? By, Grace C Roberts, University of Leeds & Lena Glaser, Queen's University Belfast Jun 13, 2022 1075
Many scientists and lecturers of the University of Danang were awarded by Da Nang city for their outstanding achievements in science and technology activities. Jun 13, 2022 415
Newcastle University scientist discovers extinct giant tortoise is not actually extinct; The tortoise was found on Fernandina, one of the Galápagos Islands off the coast of Ecuador. By, Tom Wilkinson PA & Daniel Hall Jun 12, 2022 670
We can produce vaccines for monkeypox, Covid-19, says Anambra lab scientist. Jun 12, 2022 269
Monkeypox Has Peaked In the UK, But Scientists Disagree As The Country Reports 45 New Cases. Jun 12, 2022 345
DOST SandT Fellows: A mechanism to ensure supply of Filipino scientific experts in PHL. Jun 12, 2022 810
Actress Merila Zarei finds film "Henas" on assassinated nuclear scientist unbiased. Jun 12, 2022 427
DRDO requires scientists: Check eligibility and how to apply. Jun 11, 2022 876
Scientists have successfully mapped African cassava genome. Jun 11, 2022 504
Asteroid samples contain 'clues to origin of life': Japan scientists. Jun 10, 2022 386
This environmental scientist shifts to banking to drive sustainability transformation. Jun 10, 2022 565
Space agency NASA assembles team of scientists to investigate 'national security issue'; The experts will examine 'unidentified aerial phenomena' or UFOs in the latest sign of the seriousness with which the US government is taking the issue. By, Joey Roulette & Graeme Murray Jun 10, 2022 559
Independent SAGE scientist warns new Covid wave is about to hit UK; Infections are no longer falling, with some parts of Britain showing early signs of a possible increase. By, Daniel Smith Jun 10, 2022 864
Independent SAGE scientist warns new Covid wave is about to hit UK; Infections are no longer falling, with some parts of Britain showing early signs of a possible increase. By, Daniel Smith Jun 10, 2022 864
Independent SAGE scientist warns new Covid wave is about to hit UK; Infections are no longer falling, with some parts of Britain showing early signs of a possible increase. By, Daniel Smith Jun 10, 2022 864
Kate Garraway compares Love Island's Dami and Amber kiss to 'licking an ice cream'; Last night's episode saw scientist Dami, 26, and nanny Amber, 24, share their first surprise kiss. By, Gemma Jones Jun 9, 2022 337
Rare giant tortoise species thought to have died out 100 years ago found alive and well; Scientists have now been able to prove that Fernanda -a giant female tortoise discovered on the Galápagos Islands three years ago -is from a rare species not seen since 1906. By, Stephen Beech & Sara Odeen-Isbister Jun 9, 2022 1066
Court tells extremist party chair to delete posts defaming scientist. Jun 9, 2022 306
Scientists expect surge in new dementia cases triggered by lockdowns; 'Social isolation is a serious yet under-recognised public health problem'. By, Stephen Beech & Daniel Smith Jun 8, 2022 466
Scientists expect surge in new dementia cases triggered by lockdowns; 'Social isolation is a serious yet under-recognised public health problem'. By, Stephen Beech & Daniel Smith Jun 8, 2022 466
Scientists expect surge in new dementia cases triggered by lockdowns; 'Social isolation is a serious yet under-recognised public health problem'. By, Stephen Beech & Daniel Smith Jun 8, 2022 466
Scientists expect surge in new dementia cases triggered by lockdowns; 'Social isolation is a serious yet under-recognised public health problem'. By, Stephen Beech & Daniel Smith Jun 8, 2022 466
Midhat Abbasov - prominent Azerbaijani scientist in field of theory and practice of development of oil and gas fields. Jun 8, 2022 274
Safety and new jobs for persecuted scientists. Jun 8, 2022 246
Scientist is banned after child abuse images case. Jun 8, 2022 273
Scientist who downloaded images banned; IN BRIEF. Jun 8, 2022 184
Scientists design smart contact lenses to fight condition that causes blindness. Jun 8, 2022 567
Midhat Abbasov - prominent Azerbaijani scientist in field of theory and practice of development of oil and gas fields. Jun 8, 2022 290
Veli Akhundov - outstanding scientist and well-known political figure of Azerbaijan. Jun 7, 2022 337
Lupane food scientist strikes gold. Jun 7, 2022 1215
Iran rocket scientist dies in mysterious circumstances while making top-secret drones; An Iranian news outlet reports Dr Ayoob Entezari was intentionally poisoned by the host of a dinner party he recently attended and the accused has since fled the country. By, Rachel Hagan Obituary Jun 7, 2022 510
Tomato ketchup production is under threat due to climate change, scientists warn; In a report published in journal Nature Food, scientists say that rising temperatures could cut tomato production by 6% by 2050 but by 50% between 2050 and 2100. By, Ruki Sayid Jun 7, 2022 396
Boris Johnson's top scientist brands Partygate rule-breaking 'disappointing'; Sir Patrick Vallance, who became a familiar face at Downing Street press briefings, said the Covid rules only worked when people obeyed them. By, Lizzy Buchan & Pippa Crerar Jun 7, 2022 449
Veli Akhundov - outstanding scientist and well-known political figure of Azerbaijan. Jun 7, 2022 344
DA urges farmers to use Pinoy scientist-developed fertilizer. Jun 7, 2022 259
Sunbeds: The health risks and symptoms to be aware of as scientists call for ban on all tanning sunbeds; The NHS has warned of the health risks of using sunbeds. By, Ella Bennett Jun 6, 2022 562
Environmental scientist shifts to banking to drive sustainability transformation. Jun 6, 2022 709
Zim scientist is saluted in Time's 100 influential persons. Jun 6, 2022 530
Freeman Hospital scientist who accessed nearly 7,000 child abuse images banned from profession; Alexander Paton showed no understanding of the impact of his crimes on exploited and abused children, a regulatory panel said. By, Hannah Graham Jun 5, 2022 677
Scientists find brain mechanism responsible for age-related memory loss. Jun 5, 2022 360
Nigeria University Don elected pioneer President, African Association of Polymer Scientist and Engineers. Jun 4, 2022 602
QATAR UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS CONCLUDES THE 20TH CYCLE OF THE "I AM A RESEARCHER" PROGRAM. Jun 4, 2022 587
Cooperation with scientists crucial to realize One Health:T20 Co-Chair. Jun 4, 2022 292
Reason why Megalodon sharks died out REVEALED as scientists solve mystery; Enormous Megalodons were once the biggest sharks in the world but the sea monsters might have been killed off by their smaller relative, scientists have found. By, Mark Waghorn & Laura Sharman Jun 4, 2022 713
Climate change could see clouds disappear from the earth forever, scientists warn; Researchers harness super-computer that could predict much more accurately what could happen to our weather systems. By, Shane Jarvis Jun 3, 2022 365
Climate change could see clouds disappear from the earth forever, scientists warn; Researchers harness super-computer that could predict much more accurately what could happen to our weather systems. By, Shane Jarvis Jun 3, 2022 365
Scientists in NTU Singapore develop new 'fabric' that turns body movement into electricity. Jun 3, 2022 374
Cooperation with scientists crucial to realize One Health:T20 Co-Chair. Jun 3, 2022 292
Cooperation with scientists crucial to realize One Health:T20 Co-Chair. Jun 3, 2022 297
Artificial skin find by Scots scientists. SARAH WARD Jun 2, 2022 188
Tanzania, US scientists mull climate change action. Jun 2, 2022 318
The Alps are turning green because of climate change; Global warming is having a 'particularly pronounced' impact on the Alpine region, say Swiss scientists. By, Stephen Beech & Ruth Ovens Jun 2, 2022 620
The Alps are turning green because of climate change; Global warming is having a 'particularly pronounced' impact on the Alpine region, say Swiss scientists. By, Stephen Beech & Ruth Ovens Jun 2, 2022 620
ELEVENTH HOUR: PH scientists' call for the next admin to prioritize climate emergency. Sarmiento, Kato Jun 2, 2022 844
Scientists sound alarm bells on noise pollution. Jun 2, 2022 748
'Antiquated' Bataan nuke plant won't solve power crisis - scientists. Jun 2, 2022 368
A royal fellowship. Jun 1, 2022 291
ACADEMIES OF SCIENCES IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD. Engelbrecht, Juri; Slaus, Ivo Report Jun 1, 2022 3785
DC urges scientists to play role in increasing agriculture product. Jun 1, 2022 173
The Next Clone: Forget Dolly the Sheep. The birth of this mouse 25 years ago launched a scientific revolution. Nuwer, Rachel Jun 1, 2022 753
'Zebrafish': Scientists successfully breed ornamental species to boost pisciculture in Kashmir. May 31, 2022 365
Owners could soon have two-way conversations with their pets, claims scientists; Scientists have been creating various bits of tech that can use AI to discern what animals are saying -and students from Tel Aviv University, Israel, have even 'translated' communicative noises of bats. By, Lottie Tiplady-Bishop & Paige Freshwater May 31, 2022 741
Animals evolving four times faster than previously thought, study claims; Scientists have analysed genetic variations in 19 different wild animal groups to discover how animals have been evolving throughout the years -and discovered they're evolving at a much faster rate than previously thought. By, Josie O'Brien & Paige Freshwater May 31, 2022 434
Expert shares why parents chose unusual baby names -and it's not their fault; Turns out there's an evolutionary reason why some parents are driven to choose unusual baby names -and now a scientist has researched why certain names boom and then fade. By, John Bett May 31, 2022 573
Laser technology reveals ancient cities with pyramids in Bolivian Amazon; Scientists believe the cities were built between 500 and 1400 AD and have been hidden for centuries under dense vegetation. By, Miriam Burrell May 31, 2022 582
Galaxy Scientists Thrill Guests. May 31, 2022 377
Did NASA find Biblical Hell? Scientists brace for first glimpse of world that constantly burns. May 31, 2022 255
Fusion power is still decades away, but Slovak scientists are helping to bring it closer. May 31, 2022 291
State cooperates with Egyptian scientists abroad to produce electric car:Mohamed Ahmed Morsi. May 31, 2022 234
State cooperates with Egyptian scientists abroad to produce electric car:Mohamed Ahmed Morsi. May 31, 2022 234
Scientists identify new liver and kidney disease. Disease/Disorder overview May 31, 2022 371
TV scientist Brian: We'll wipe out the human race because we're idiots; Prof's dire warning on podcast. MARK JEFFERIES Showbiz Editor May 31, 2022 400
Bacteria with antibiotic resistant genes discovered in Antarctica, scientists say. Reuters News Service May 31, 2022 260
Scientists propose search for nearby habitable planets. May 30, 2022 780
Breast cancer breakthrough: Scientists discover link with type 2 diabetes; 'No disease is an island because no cell lives alone'. By, Danny Halpin & Daniel Smith May 30, 2022 615
Breast cancer breakthrough: Scientists discover link with type 2 diabetes; 'No disease is an island because no cell lives alone'. By, Danny Halpin & Daniel Smith May 30, 2022 615
Breast cancer breakthrough: Scientists discover link with type 2 diabetes; 'No disease is an island because no cell lives alone'. By, Danny Halpin & Daniel Smith May 30, 2022 615
Breast cancer breakthrough: Scientists discover link with type 2 diabetes; 'No disease is an island because no cell lives alone'. By, Danny Halpin & Daniel Smith May 30, 2022 615
Breast cancer breakthrough: Scientists discover link with type 2 diabetes; 'No disease is an island because no cell lives alone'. By, Danny Halpin & Daniel Smith May 30, 2022 615
Scientist shows effect of dry-cleaning fluid used every day in UK; The chemical has been banned in some countries but is still commonly used here. By, Neil Shaw May 30, 2022 879
AstraZeneca Covid vaccine could increase risk of 'locked-in' Guillain-Barré Syndrome; Scientists believe the jab's Trojan horse delivery system could be to blame for the increased risk of Guillain-Barré Syndrome which can cause muscle paralysis in some patients. By, David Clark May 29, 2022 692
Moon has enough water under its surface to host a base, scientists claim; Gases from ancient volcanic eruptions could have left ice hundreds of feet thick at its pole, with vapour spewed out potentially settled in craters. By, Stephen White May 29, 2022 231
Scientists grow plants in soil from the moon for the first time. May 29, 2022 970
Filipino scientist bags UN Sasakawa award for disaster risk reduction. May 29, 2022 454
Why scientists are also watching animal YouTube videos. May 29, 2022 828
Maiza Hameed pays tribute to Nawaz Sharif, scientists. May 28, 2022 238
Maiza Hameed pays tribute to Nawaz Sharif, scientists. May 28, 2022 238
MNA hails armed forces, scientists for making country's defence indomitable. May 28, 2022 163
Secrets of Pompeii DNA; Genetic code of volcanic ash victims unlocked by scientists. STEPHEN WHITE May 28, 2022 154
Mysterious 'Alien' signal came from Earth-like star system, scientist says; A mysterious signal sent to Earth from space known as the 'Wow!' signal apparently came from a star much like our own Sun according to an astronomer studying the message. By, Declan Carey May 28, 2022 564
Filipino scientist receives UN Sasakawa award for disaster risk reduction. May 28, 2022 181
Scientists create tasty gel for people who have trouble swallowing tablets; Concoction is made out of sesame oil, bees wax and other plant-based secretions. By, Mark Waghorn & Daniel Smith May 27, 2022 841
Scientists sequence human genome of victims buried under Pompeii eruption; The two victims the researchers studied, according to anthropologist Dr Serena Viva from the University of Salento, were not attempting to escape when Pompeii was buried in volcanic ash. By, Stephen White May 27, 2022 352
Scientists create tasty gel for people who have trouble swallowing tablets; Concoction is made out of sesame oil, bees wax and other plant-based secretions. By, Mark Waghorn & Daniel Smith May 27, 2022 841
Scientists create tasty gel for people who have trouble swallowing tablets; Concoction is made out of sesame oil, bees wax and other plant-based secretions. By, Mark Waghorn & Daniel Smith May 27, 2022 841
African scientists baffled by monkeypox cases in Europe, US. May 27, 2022 827
Scientists have created a new source of Vitamin D and it is tomatoes. May 26, 2022 297
Paracetamol warning: painkiller is one of the 'most dangerous medicines', claims scientist; A medical expert has dubbed the common painkiller as the 'most dangerous over-the-counter drug'. Speaking to ABC News, Professor John Brems said paracetamol -also known as Tylenol -had been linked to liver failure if not taken correctly. By, Paul Speed May 26, 2022 465
How contagious is monkeypox? Expert says patients can spread for up to 4 weeks; More cases of monkeypox have been reported across the UK as scientists warn it can be infectious for a long time. Wales and Northern Ireland have now reported cases. By, Benjamin Lynch May 26, 2022 628
Mouse-sized marsupial could hold key to bringing Tasmanian tiger back from extinction; Scientists at the University of Melbourne, Australia, hope a tiny marsupial could be the key to bringing back the thylacine or Tasmanian Tiger back from the dead. By, Graeme Murray May 26, 2022 483
Oxford University scientist settles pickles in burger debate once and for all; Some people are not going to be happy about this. By, Neil Shaw May 26, 2022 538
Oxford University scientist settles pickles in burger debate once and for all; Some people are not going to be happy about this. By, Neil Shaw May 26, 2022 538
Oxford University scientist settles pickles in burger debate once and for all; Some people are not going to be happy about this. By, Neil Shaw May 26, 2022 538
Oxford University scientist settles pickles in burger debate once and for all; Some people are not going to be happy about this. By, Neil Shaw May 26, 2022 538
Filipino scientist wins UN award for disaster risk reduction. May 26, 2022 325
Severe monkeypox patients could be infectious for up to 10 WEEKS, scientists warn; A study by the Lancet Infectious Diseases showed a man with monkeypox in the UK was released from hospital after 39 days -only for the rash to return six weeks later. By, Katie Weston May 25, 2022 446
Brain scans reveal what dogs think about their owners -and it's so wholesome; Scientists at Emory University have been measuring 12 dogs' neural responses to the smell of people and dogs, both familiar and unknown to them, to figure out how they perceive their owners. By, Paige Freshwater May 25, 2022 707
Scientist behind covid vaccine explains what UK must do to control monkeypox outbreak; Dame Sarah Gilbert and Dr Catherine Green helped create the Oxford, AstraZeneca vaccine. By, Ryan Paton May 25, 2022 253
Chinese scientists develop mosaic vaccine for protection against COVID-19 variants. May 25, 2022 224
Scientists discover new trilobite association over 400 mln years ago in China's Yunnan. May 25, 2022 173
Scientists edit tomato genes to have a robust source of vitamin D. May 24, 2022 360
Chinese scientists find fossil of new marine reptile with "incredibly long" tail. May 23, 2022 270
Kids who grow up with dogs less likely to develop Crohn's disease, study find; Scientists at the University of Toronto have found that children who grow up with pet dogs are less likely to get Crohn's disease later in life -but the same can't be said for families with cats. By, Gwyn Wright & Nia Dalton May 23, 2022 484
Scientist brings solar energy closer to people. May 22, 2022 858
Prof Zulfiqar Bhutta ranked among top 100 scientists in medicine globally. May 22, 2022 637
Pakistan's Prof Bhutta ranked among top 100 scientists in medicine. May 21, 2022 657
Alien stone in Egyptian desert came from rare supernova, scientists say. May 21, 2022 370
Career opportunities and employment option in Forensic Scientist. May 21, 2022 655
Scientist contingent the core of science-technology, innovation development: President. May 21, 2022 328
Alien stone in Egyptian desert came from rare supernova, scientists say. May 21, 2022 379
Space scientist Dr AM Chowdhury passes away. May 21, 2022 265
Scientist contingent the core of science-technology, innovation development: President. May 21, 2022 328
Russia looked into using monkeypox as biological weapon, claims ex soviet scientist; Rare viral infection can be caught from infected wild animals in parts of west and central Africa, and can be transmitted by a person's breath or bodily fluids. By, Steve Houghton May 21, 2022 390
Ancient forest found at bottom of huge China sinkhole that could contain new species; Scientists say they would not be surprised to discover that there are species found in caves at the site in southern China that have never been reported or described until now. By, Steve Houghton May 21, 2022 305
Mysterious 'blob' pictured at the centre of the Earth has scientists puzzled; Scientists have called mysterious blobs "fascinating and complex" while the new images that have been made could prove to be a "milestone" in seismology, says a Cambridge University scientist. By, Tim Hanlon May 21, 2022 462
Baltic Sea Anomaly mystery amid theory object at bottom of ocean is crashed UFO; Theories surrounding the Baltic Sea Anomaly range from a crashed UFO to a piece of a sunken city, but scientists at Stockholm University think they have cracked the mystery case. By, Sarah Leonard May 21, 2022 627
Huge ancient forest world discovered 630ft down sinkhole in China by explorers; A huge sinkhole has been discovered in southern China and inside scientists found an ancient forest of trees and plants which may contain species not yet discovered. By, Declan Carey May 21, 2022 546
Alien rock found on Earth is 'evidence of supernova' explosion in outer space'; An alien rock found in the Egyptian desert in 1996 is baffling scientists who are trying to discover how it was formed and where in space it came from before reaching Earth. By, Declan Carey May 21, 2022 485
Ancient book about aliens shows that humans believed they were around 300 YEARS ago; A book published more than 300 years ago by a Dutch scientist has proven that the people of the past believed in alien life and question whether humans are alone in the universe. By, Declan Carey May 21, 2022 553
UAF VC urges scientists for tangible research to address agriculture challenges. May 21, 2022 245
Chinese scientists find new gene to improve wheat yield. May 20, 2022 163
Scientists' organ rejection work gets PS2m boost; project has potential to broaden donor pools for patients. SAM VOLPE Reporter sam.volpe@reachplc.com May 20, 2022 448
Scientists raise warning over chemicals in food packaging. Simon Harvey May 20, 2022 472
Monkeypox outbreak will not be next pandemic, say scientists; 'This will not be a pandemic as we know pandemics'. By, Lucas Cumiskey, PA & Max Channon May 20, 2022 1234
Fireball that lit up sky could have dropped meteorite in south Wales, scientists say; People living in the area have been asked to keep a lookout for fragments of asteroid after the fireball meteor soared through the sky with parts which could have landed anywhere. By, Branwen Jones & Graeme Murray May 20, 2022 593
Why isn't there a vaccine against Aids? How HIV continues to frustrate experts; When HIV and Aids were first discovered, it was hoped a vaccine wouldn't be far away -but the sheer complexity of the virus has so far frustrated scientists. By, Tom Blackburn May 20, 2022 489
Monkeypox outbreak will not be next pandemic, say scientists; 'This will not be a pandemic as we know pandemics'. By, Lucas Cumiskey, PA & Max Channon May 20, 2022 1234
Monkeypox outbreak will not be next pandemic, say scientists; 'This will not be a pandemic as we know pandemics'. By, Lucas Cumiskey, PA & Max Channon May 20, 2022 1234
Scientists now figure out why healthy babies have been dying in their sleep. May 19, 2022 592
STAND-BOFF; Taoiseach urges medical scientists to quit strike & rejoin to pay talks. FERGHAL BLANEY Political Editor May 19, 2022 451
Scientists grow plants from moon soil for the first time. May 19, 2022 464
Scientists grow plants from moon soil for the first time. May 19, 2022 747
Citizen scientists track a charismatic carnivore: Mapping the spread and impact of the South African Mantis (Miomantidae, Miomantis caffra) in Australia. Connors, Matthew G.; Chen, Honglei; Li, Haokun; Edmonds, Adam; Smith, Kimberley A.; Gell, Colin; Cli May 19, 2022 10111
Chinese scientists develop a mosaic vaccine against COVID-19 variants. May 18, 2022 239
Ancient tooth once belonged to mysterious Denisovans, scientists think. May 18, 2022 375
Featherstone High is inspiring future doctors and scientists; The outstanding Ealing school offers a range of opportunities to explore science. By, Ginette Davies May 18, 2022 891
Women can lower stress and anxiety by hugging their partners; But hugging a lover does not have the same positive outcome for men, say scientists. By, Stephen Beech & Daniel Smith May 18, 2022 461
Women can lower stress and anxiety by hugging their partners; But hugging a lover does not have the same positive outcome for men, say scientists. By, Stephen Beech & Daniel Smith May 18, 2022 461
Women can lower stress and anxiety by hugging their partners; But hugging a lover does not have the same positive outcome for men, say scientists. By, Stephen Beech & Daniel Smith May 18, 2022 461
Ancient tooth once belonged to mysterious Denisovans, scientists think. May 18, 2022 368
Scientists successfully grow plants on lunar soil collected from first moon landing. May 18, 2022 290
Portuguese scientists identify location of neurons causing chronic pain. Disease/Disorder overview May 18, 2022 203
Scientists working on way to make dogs live longer -it's already used in humans; Scientists at the University of Washington launched the Dog Aging Project to discover whether there is a way to extend dogs' lives by two to four years -their research is ongoing. By, Paige Freshwater May 17, 2022 543
Fireball in the sky as scientists hunt meteorite fragments the size of 'Mini Eggs'; Easter hunt for bits of space rock. By, Adam Dutton & Phil Norris May 17, 2022 304
For the first time scientists revive dead eye light-sensing nerves. May 17, 2022 364
Royal Society names climate scientist first Brazilian member since 1800s. Reuters News Service May 17, 2022 224
Senior researcher scoops Dr. Maria Kamm Best Female Scientist Award. May 17, 2022 422
Scientists work out panoramic cellular maps of animals. May 17, 2022 283
Female Vietnamese scientists honoured at the 2021 Kovalevskaya awards. May 17, 2022 420
Let's rethink pay for science teachers. May 16, 2022 833
Children inherit their intelligence from their mums, scientists say; Some experts believe the environment kids are brought up in also has a role to play. By, Robyn Darbyshire & Lorna Hughes May 16, 2022 247
Children inherit their intelligence from their mums, scientists say; Some experts believe the environment kids are brought up in also has a role to play. By, Robyn Darbyshire & Lorna Hughes May 16, 2022 247
Woman suffers life-threatening condition after taking natural herbal supplements; The fact they are natural does not make them safe, warn scientists. By, Gwyn Wright & Daniel Smith May 16, 2022 579
Children inherit their intelligence from their mums, scientists say; Some experts believe the environment kids are brought up in also has a role to play. By, Robyn Darbyshire & Lorna Hughes May 16, 2022 247
Woman suffers life-threatening condition after taking natural herbal supplements; The fact they are natural does not make them safe, warn scientists. By, Gwyn Wright & Daniel Smith May 16, 2022 579
Woman suffers life-threatening condition after taking natural herbal supplements; The fact they are natural does not make them safe, warn scientists. By, Gwyn Wright & Daniel Smith May 16, 2022 579
Children inherit their intelligence from their mums, scientists say; Some experts believe the environment kids are brought up in also has a role to play. By, Robyn Darbyshire & Lorna Hughes May 16, 2022 247
The number of young children who have received the Covid vaccine in Wales; Scientists say the lower take-up among primary school-aged children is due to a perception that Covid poses little risk to them. By, Mark Smith May 16, 2022 675
Woman suffers life-threatening condition after taking natural herbal supplements; The fact they are natural does not make them safe, warn scientists. By, Gwyn Wright & Daniel Smith May 16, 2022 579
Woman suffers life-threatening condition after taking natural herbal supplements; The fact they are natural does not make them safe, warn scientists. By, Gwyn Wright & Daniel Smith May 16, 2022 579
Children inherit their intelligence from their mums, scientists say; Some experts believe the environment kids are brought up in also has a role to play. By, Robyn Darbyshire & Lorna Hughes May 16, 2022 247
Let's rethink pay for science teachers. May 16, 2022 815
Chinese scientists find potential in lunar soil to generate oxygen and fuel. May 16, 2022 274
Klopp praises scientists' part in Reds' spot success; FA CUP FINAL SETTLED ON PENALTIES. May 15, 2022 553
'Hope as scientists are targeting a new area in the brain to treat anxiety'; Bristol University researchers have opened the window on our understanding by locating a centre in the brain for anxiety, which could pave the way for a new drug. By, Miriam Stoppard May 15, 2022 397
Scientists release new, weed-resistant sorghum variety. May 15, 2022 457
Scientists successfully grow plants in soil from the Moon. May 13, 2022 441
Fake drugs causing resistant malaria in Uganda - US scientist. May 13, 2022 531
Scientists discover 35 million-year-old Madtsoiidae snake fossil in Ladakh. May 13, 2022 373
Scientists may transform asteroids into soil using fungi. May 13, 2022 323
Duterte cautions public vs. complacency on Covid incidence; thanks frontliners, scientists. May 13, 2022 353
Scientists successfully grow plants in soil from the Moon. May 13, 2022 493
Yusif Mammadaliyev outstanding scientist, founder of Azerbaijan's petrochemical science. May 13, 2022 514
Scientists: Plastic mulch sheets deliver microplastics to the food we eat. May 13, 2022 856
What is a supermassive black hole? What's beyond the event horizon? New images have been unveiled of a supermassive black hole at the heart of our galaxy. The cosmic bodies are vast and mysterious with scientists still debating what is beyond their event horizons; New images have been unveiled of a supermassive black hole at the heart of our galaxy. The cosmic bodies are vast and mysterious with scientists still debating what is beyond their event horizons. By, Christian Abbott May 13, 2022 497
Mutant piglet born with two bodies but one head stumps scientists; A piglet born in Brazil with two bodies and one head could have been that way as a result of inbreeding, scientists believe, although investigations are continuing. By, Sam Smedley May 13, 2022 300
Fake drugs causing resistant malaria in Uganda - US scientist. May 13, 2022 553
Yusif Mammadaliyev - outstanding scientist, founder of Azerbaijan's petrochemical science. May 13, 2022 507

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