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Endangered tiger dies after artificial insemination procedure at Colorado zoo

A Colorado zoo tried to use artificial insemination to help save a tiger population “near the brink of extinction” —…

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Tech

Chemicals in plastics damage babies’ brains and must be banned immediately, a group of scientists says

Synthetic chemicals called phthalates are damaging children’s brain development and therefore must be immediately banned from consumer products, according to a group…

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Science

Indian teenagers discover asteroid near Mars moving toward Earth

Two teenage schoolgirls in India discovered an asteroid near Mars, a space education institute in India reported recently. The two…

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Tech

Scientists Goofed and Accidentally Created a Fish Hybrid

A new paper in Genes describes how two different types of fish (sturgeon and paddlefish) bred to create hybrid offspring.The creation of these hybrid…

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Covid-19

Coronavirus originated in bats and can infect cats – WHO, Scientist

A World Health Organization scientist said Covid-19 comes from bats and can infect cats and ferrets, but more research is…

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Egyptian 3000-Year-Old Mummy Speaks After Landmark Vocal Cord Reconstruction

Scientists were able to create a 3D replica of the vocal tract of a 3,000-year-old Egyptian high-priest Nesyamun, whose mummified…

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Science

Trump Removes Pollution Controls on Streams and Wetlands

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration on Thursday will finalize a rule to strip away environmental protections for streams, wetlands and…

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Life Style

Nasa says this pineapple plant could stop snoring

If your partner’s snoring regularly stops you from catching those all-important hours of sleep, this £10 plant from Morrisons could…

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Science

How close are we to Doomsday? We’ll find out Thursday

Thursday morning, the folks who keep track of the “Doomsday Clock” will tell us how close we are to midnight.…

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Politics

Let science, technology, innovation drive our economies – Akufo-Addo urges African scientists

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has urged African scientists to let science, technology, and innovation drive their respective economies for…

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Science

International Space Agencies Are Going to Smash a Spacecraft Into an Asteroid

The time has come. We’re going to smash a spacecraft into an asteroid. The asteroid is Didymos B, the smaller…

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Science

Psychologists Reveal What People Really Think About Your Selfies

No matter how good you think you look, there’s something about posting a selfie that might frame you in a…

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