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Dr. Robert Rock Belliveau has made about 11,000 photographs, but doesn’t quite understand why pattern variations are so extreme in some foods.
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The emissions of carbon dioxide from industrial society has spurred a huge growth in trees and other plants, says a report.
In the first study of its kind, scientists have been able to measure the climatic effect of a wind farm on the local environment.
Could a low-fat diet contribute to memory problems?
The sociologist Judith Lasker expresses wonder that such global health programs seem uninclined to seriously evaluate the effects of their work.
Over the last two decades, the population of the world’s largest primate has fallen 77 percent, a decline hidden by conflict in the region.
A gorilla has given birth at Prague Zoo, without keepers noticing she was pregnant.
UK astronaut Tim Peake has run the distance of the London Marathon on a treadmill in the International Space Station (ISS).
The zero-fuel aeroplane Solar Impulse completes a three-day flight from Hawaii across the Pacific Ocean, to land in California.
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Amid hope and hype, delegates have finished signing the Paris climate agreement at UN headquarters in New York.
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The EU’s Sentinel satellite system has begun monitoring six of the biggest glaciers on Earth in near real-time, to check for any changes in behaviour.
The first significant step to putting the Paris Climate Agreement into practice will take place at the UN on Friday when nearly 170 nations are expected to formally sign the deal.
Rates increased among almost all groups, a federal data analysis found, with women and middle-aged Americans hit particularly hard.
Modern birds owe their survival to ancestors who were able to peck on seeds after the meteor strike that wiped out the dinosaurs, a study suggests.
Establishing new nature reserves with strict protection measures actually fails local communities and wildlife in the Congo Basin, a report says.
Scientists at Glasgow University establish a world first by cracking the communication code of our brains.
NASA released a stunning image of the Bubble Nebula in advance of the space telescope’s 26th anniversary.