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PARIS, March 28 (AFP) — Female brown bears have learned to protect themselves from being shot by spending more time caring for their young as they adapt to legislation…
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BAIKONUR COSMODROMEو KAZAKHSTAN, March 21- TASS - The manned spacecraft Soyuz MS-08 carrying the crew of three astronauts, has been placed into orbit and is heading to the International…
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A prototype 3D printer has for the first time combined several printing methods to enable researchers to produce devices out of multiple materials in a single print run. So…
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By By Paul Voosen, Science Magazine THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS, March 21, 2018 - ​A last-ditch remedy for a climate disaster might be waiting in your kitchen. If efforts to…
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By Salwa Samir One of the many inventions on display at the National Conference for Scientific Research, which was organised recently by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific…
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IEEE, March 19, 2018 - Animal-inspired technology has gone electric. These brightly colored, 3D-printed gels have the potential to create up to 110 volts of electricity in an instant,…
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BATH, UK, March 15 (Reuters) — Pterosaurs — huge flying reptiles — were long thought to be in decline at the time the dinosaurs went extinct, but were actually…
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VIENNA, March 12, 2018 - Water quality in many lakes and rivers around the globe is deteriorating due to rising nutrient loadings mainly of anthropogenic origin (e.g., agriculture, sewage,…
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VIENNA, March 12, 2018 - A new IAEA coordinated research project (CRP) aims to address challenges related to the management of water resources for agricultural irrigation. Representing around 70%…
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VIENNA, March 12, 2018 - Potential donors can now express their interest to provide equipment to the IAEA’s laboratories, based on a list of equipment published on the United…