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Monday, November 9, 2015
Scientists tinker with evolution to save coral reefs
Scientists at a research center on Hawaii's Coconut Island have embarked on an experiment to grow "super coral" that they hope can withstand the hotter and more acidic oceans that are expected with global warming.
A unique Patek Philippe stainless steel watch fetched a record US$7.3 million when it went under the hammer in Geneva Saturday, with the proceeds going to charity, the auction house said.
Saturday, November 7, 2015
Russian women finish simulated lunar space flight
After emerging from an eight-day space simulation on Friday, the all-female Russian crew said they had missed their loved ones in the experiment more than they missed the comforts of regular life.
The U.N.'s Green Climate Fund announced Friday that it has approved finance for its first projects to help developing countries fight global warming, three weeks before a crucial world summit to ink a climate rescue pact.
Ningbo sets sights on attracting overseas tech talent
The mainland Chinese port city of Ningbo has its sights set on attracting overseas talent after hosting the Ningbo Week of Talents, Science and Technology this October.
Sun strips away Mars atmosphere, leaving red planet dry: NASA
NASA's Mars-orbiting Maven spacecraft has discovered that the sun likely robbed the red planet of its once-thick atmosphere and water.
A new study has found that American over 30 are less likely than parents were to say they are happy.
Friday, November 6, 2015
Scientists have discovered two previously unknown salamander-like creatures that lived 278 million years ago in Brazil that could shed light on how animals respond to climate change, Britain's Natural History Museum said on Thursday.
Thursday, November 5, 2015
Mainland China has been under-reporting its coal consumption for years, experts said Wednesday after official statistics were revised upwards by hundreds of millions of tonnes a year.
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Christie's is set to sell personal possessions of the late British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, including papers, mementos, clothes -- and her iconic handbags.
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