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Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The United Nations created this day in 2015 with the aim of making sure that women and girls would have “full and equal access to and participation in science”.
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Adopting better farming practices is also vital to prevent further climate change.
Dead whale’s body found on Scottish island contained deadly pollutant at 100 times the toxic threshold.
Yet another reminder, in the lead-up to Global Handwashing Day, of the importance of hygiene
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Some of Southeast Asia’s leading innovators share their insights on how technology will shape the way we work in the future.
Study shows ultraviolet filters washed into the ocean could enter the food chain and affect human fertility.
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The scientist, who had battled Alzheimer’s disease for years, did research on fibre optics which helped the development of modern communications.