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Topic: Scientists

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Iceland unveiled a plaque to its Okjokull ice sheet on Sunday, the first of the country's hundreds of glaciers to melt away due to climate change.
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GEORGE TOWN, Malaysia - Penang is not just dealing with illegal dumpsites on land.
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GEORGE TOWN: Penang is not just dealing with illegal dumpsites on land.
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A health worker fills a syringe with Ebola vaccine before injecting it to a patient, in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Scientists are a step closer to finding the first effective treatments for the deadly Ebola haemorrhagic fever after two potential drugs showed a survival rate of as much as 90 percent in a clinical t...
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BERLIN: Scientists in Germany have come up with a faster way to make the electrodes used in batteries for electric cars, a discovery that will likely mean more zero-emission vehicles will able to make...
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KOTA KINABALU: Sabah is offering the eggs of its last remaining female Sumatran rhino Iman for fertilisation with male rhinos from Indonesia, says Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew.
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US scientists have linked sleeping with artificial light on and a risk for gaining weight or developing obesity for women.
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EVERYONE now wants to champion sustainability.
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Scientists are deploying ultra-sensitive sensors in the Amazon to collect images and sounds of the rainforest’s rich biodiversity in real time, in an effort to track preservation efforts.
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One million animal and plant species are at imminent risk of extinction due to humankind's relentless pursuit of economic growth, scientists said on Monday in a landmark report on the devastating impa...
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GEORGE TOWN: The south-west monsoon season is expected to start sometime this month, prompting fears of flooding and falling trees here.
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Life is a lot like drinking coffee.
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Researchers in Germany have created transparent human organs using a new technology that could pave the way to print three-dimensional body parts such as kidneys for transplants.
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CHILE: With a massive Event Horizon Telescope, and a Huawei P30 Pro, a team of astronomers have revealed the first real image of the massive black hole Malaysia’s Federal Land Development Authority...
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Scientists are expected to unveil on Wednesday the first-ever photograph of a black hole, a breakthrough in astrophysics providing insight into celestial monsters with gravitational fields so intense ...
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Scientists in the UK and Malaysia say they have discovered the world's tallest tropical tree measuring more than 100m (328ft) high.
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Like certain diseases and a sense of humor, weight issues can run in the family, according to studies.
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KLUANG (March 26): Water supply to about 75,000 consumers of SAJ Ranhill Sdn Bhd  in Johor have been cut off since Saturday morning (March 23), following the temporary closure of the water trea...
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KLUANG (March 25): Water supply to about 75,000 consumers of SAJ Ranhill Sdn Bhd  in Johore have been cut since Saturday morning (March 23), following the temporary closure of the water treatment pla...
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KLUANG, March 25 — Water supply to about 75,000 consumers of SAJ Ranhill Sdn Bhd  in Johor have been cut off since Saturday morning (March 23), following the temporary closure of the water trea...
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KLUANG: Water supply to about 75,000 consumers of SAJ Ranhill Sdn Bhd in Johor have been cut off since Saturday morning, following the temporary closure of the water treatment plant in Simpang Renggam...
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FEW would dispute that climate change is a threat to sustainable development.
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Tens of thousands of school students around the world walked out of classes on Friday in a global strike to protest against government inaction on climate change.
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LONDON: Scientists have unveiled what they say is an ideal diet for the health of the planet and its populations - including a doubling of consumption of nuts, fruits, vegetables and legumes, and a halving of meat and sugar intake
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Supported by Global health Minuscule particles coated with anti-seizure drugs seem to halt microbes that feed on brain tissue.