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Eat less meat to control global warming, says new study
1/9/2014 10:49
Eat less meat to control global warming, says new studyBy 2050, food production alone will reach, if not exceed, the global targets for total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions if business as usual continues, says a new study.
Fujifilm vs Ebola: Japan giants turn hands to medicine
1/9/2014 9:18
Fujifilm vs Ebola: Japan giants turn hands to medicineWhen Japan announced it was ready to supply a new drug to help combat the deadly Ebola virus, one unusual detail emerged - it would be made by Fujifilm.
Dolphin hunting season kicks off in Japan
1/9/2014 11:27
The controversial six-month dolphin hunting season began on Monday in the infamous town of Taiji, but bad weather would delay any killing, a local official told AFP.
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Dolphin hunting season kicks off in JapanDolphin hunting season kicks off in Japan
1/9/2014 11:27
The controversial six-month dolphin hunting season began on Monday in the infamous town of Taiji, but bad weather would delay any killing, a local official told AFP.
 
Eat less meat to control global warming, says new studyEat less meat to control global warming, says new study
1/9/2014 10:49
By 2050, food production alone will reach, if not exceed, the global targets for total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions if business as usual continues, says a new study.
 
Fujifilm vs Ebola: Japan giants turn hands to medicineFujifilm vs Ebola: Japan giants turn hands to medicine
1/9/2014 9:18
When Japan announced it was ready to supply a new drug to help combat the deadly Ebola virus, one unusual detail emerged - it would be made by Fujifilm.
 
Women more addicted to cellphones than men: StudyWomen more addicted to cellphones than men: Study
1/9/2014 7:45
Women are more likely to use cellphones for texting or emails to build relationships and have deeper conversations, while men prefer using their devices for entertainment purposes and accessing social networking sites, a new US study has found.
 
Plastic waste may trigger water bombs in HimalayasPlastic waste may trigger water bombs in Himalayas
31/8/2014 16:58
Unfortunately, this is the ugly truth of the Himalayas. The heap, which includes biodegradable plastic, can be found just four kilometres from Shimla in the reserved forest of Lalpani.
 
Obama administration says no deal reached on climate changeObama administration says no deal reached on climate change
31/8/2014 16:41
Asserting that countries like India and China need to play a significant role in addressing the challenges of climate change, the Obama administration has strongly refuted reports that it has reached any international agreement to combat the critical global issue.
 
Soon batteries to run on sugarSoon batteries to run on sugar
31/8/2014 15:21
In a breakthrough to develop long-lasting batteries for smartphones and other gadgets, scientists have successfully created a sugar biobattery that completely converts the chemical energy in sugar substrates into electricity.
 
Snails help scientists investigate rise, fall of Tibetan PlateauSnails help scientists investigate rise, fall of Tibetan Plateau
31/8/2014 10:33
A new research has helped scientists investigate the rise and fall of the Tibetan Plateau by using snail shells.
 
A robotic arm to help neurology patientsA robotic arm to help neurology patients
31/8/2014 9:28
Soon, software and hardware will be available for tailor-made rehabilitation programs for people suffering from neurological disorders including stroke/paralysis, epilepsy, dementia and Parkinson's disease.
 
New drug cuts heart failure risk by 20%New drug cuts heart failure risk by 20%
31/8/2014 9:05
A new heart failure drug from Novartis cut the risk of both cardiovascular death and hospitalisation by a fifth in a keenly awaited study, boosting hopes for a product that is seen as a multibillion-dollar seller.
 
Experimental Ebola drug ZMapp heals all monkeys in studyExperimental Ebola drug ZMapp heals all monkeys in study
31/8/2014 8:55
An experimental Ebola drug healed all 18 monkeys infected with the deadly virus in a study, boosting hopes that the treatment might help fight the outbreak raging through West Africa—once more of it can be made.
 
Nasa says new heavy-lift rocket debut not likely until 2018Nasa says new heavy-lift rocket debut not likely until 2018
31/8/2014 8:46
Nasa's new heavy-lift rocket, designed to fly astronauts to the moon, asteroids and eventually Mars, likely will not have its debut test flight until November 2018, nearly a year later than previous estimates, agency officials said on Wednesday.
 
New drug discovery system mooted in BangaloreNew drug discovery system mooted in Bangalore
31/8/2014 8:13
The University of Dundee has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Bangalore BioCluster in India aimed at creating a joint Drug Discovery System to tackle antimicrobial resistance, in Bangalore.
 
Leave that iguana in the jungle, expert tells Costa RicaLeave that iguana in the jungle, expert tells Costa Rica
30/8/2014 21:51
A nurse at the Simon Bolivar Zoo's veterinary surgery gives a medicine to a squirrel in San Jose on August 28, 2014, Costa Rica
 
Web-weaving spiders force Suzuki recallWeb-weaving spiders force Suzuki recall
28/8/2014 7:13
Spiders whose webs clog up fuel tank vents have forced Suzuki to recall some 19,000 2010-2013 Kizashi sedans in the United States.
 






 

 


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