Science

'This is taking an awfully long time!', says scientist before assisted suicide

May 10, 2018

US-SWISS-EUTHANASIA-GOODALL:'This is taking an awfully long time!', says scientist before assisted suicide

China's Tencent signs broad cultural deal with Britain

May 9, 2018

US-TENCENT-HOLDINGS-BRITAIN:China's Tencent signs broad cultural deal with Britain

Historians name 2 Indian Ocean 19th century shipwrecks

May 4, 2018

The seabed hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 might solve 19th century maritime mysteries _ the locations of two sailing ships that vanished in the Indian Ocean while carrying cargos of coal

Carrot-addicted kangaroos hopping mad at tourists

May 3, 2018

US-AUSTRALIA-KANGAROOS:Carrot-addicted kangaroos hopping mad at tourists

104-year-old Australian scientist seeks Swiss euthanasia

May 1, 2018

Australian supporters of voluntary euthanasia fear doctors will try to prevent a 104-year-old scientist from flying to Switzerland this week to end his life through that country's program of legal assisted dying

Australia announces $379 million funding for Great Barrier Reef

Apr 29, 2018

US-ENVIRONMENT-BARRIER-REEF-FUNDING:Australia announces $379 million funding for Great Barrier Reef

Geologists say N. Korea's nuclear test site likely collapsed

Apr 26, 2018

A study by Chinese geologists suggests the mountain where North Korea has conducted five successive nuclear bomb tests has likely collapsed

Singapore euthanizes 27-year-old polar bear born in tropics

Apr 25, 2018

Inuka, the world's first polar bear born in the tropics, has been euthanized by the Singapore Zoo

Surfing: Margaret River event canceled due to shark attacks

Apr 18, 2018

US-SURFING-WSL-AUSTRALIA:Surfing: Margaret River event canceled due to shark attacks

China space lab mostly burns up on re-entry in south Pacific

Apr 2, 2018

China's Tiangong 1 space station has mostly burned up over the South Pacific upon re-entry into the atmosphere

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