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2034. Poverty-tackling trio win Nobel economics prize
U.S.-based economists Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer won the 2019 Nobel Economics Prize on Monday for their work in fighting poverty that has helped millions of children around the world.
08:18 14.10.2019
2033. U.S. regulators allow genetically modified cotton as human food source
U.S. regulators on Friday gave the green light for genetically modified cotton to be used for human consumption, paving the way for a protein-packed new food source - edible cottonseed that tastes a bit like chickpeas - that its developers said could help
22:06 11.10.2019
2032. Two-thirds of U.S. birds face extinction due to climate-linked 'emergency': Audubon
((This story corrects to remove temperature conversions in fifth paragraph))
15:03 11.10.2019
2031. Space firm founded by billionaire Paul Allen sold to new owner
Stratolaunch Systems Corp, the space company founded by late billionaire and Microsoft Corp co-founder Paul Allen, said on Friday it was continuing operations after transitioning ownership, but did not name the new owner.
14:19 11.10.2019
2030. Space firm founded by billionaire Paul Allen 'transitioned ownership'
Stratolaunch Systems Corp, the space company founded by late billionaire and Microsoft Corp co-founder Paul Allen, said on Friday it was continuing operations after transitioning ownership, but did not name the new owner.
13:35 11.10.2019
2029. Alexei Leonov, first human to walk in space, dies at 85
Alexei Leonov, who became the first human to walk in space in 1965, died on Friday at the age of 85 after a long illness, Russia"s TASS news agency reported.
10:45 11.10.2019
2028. NASA aims for first manned SpaceX mission in first-quarter 2020
SpaceX"s new Crew Dragon astronaut capsule will be ready for its first manned flight into orbit in the first quarter of next year provided "everything goes according to plan" in upcoming tests, NASA chief Jim Bridenstine said on Thursday.
05:09 11.10.2019
2027. Tiny walking rover bound for the moon
A lunar rover which will explore the moon on foot in 2021 was unveiled in London on Thursday.
12:21 10.10.2019
2026. Saturn is the solar system's 'moon king,' with 20 more spotted
Saturn is now being recognized as the "moon king" of our solar system, with astronomers spotting 20 more of them orbiting the giant ringed planet, bringing its total count to 82 - three more than Jupiter.
23:42 09.10.2019
2025. Fossils of 'shark-toothed' carnivorous dinosaur found in Thailand
Fossils of a large carnivorous dinosaur that was a top predator about 115 million years ago have been unearthed in Thailand -- a brute that was among the early members of an impressive group of flesh-ripping dinosaurs known for their shark-like teeth.
19:27 09.10.2019
2024. Ten years after 'suicide' mission, NASA thirsts for lunar water
A decade after NASA sent a rocket crashing into the moon"s south pole, spewing a plume of debris that revealed vast reserves of ice beneath the barren lunar surface, the space agency is racing to pick up where its little-remembered project left off.
15:19 09.10.2019
2023. Germany should aim to be a leader in hydrogen technology: minister
Germany should aim to be a leader in technologies needed to make and utilize hydrogen, which offers a green alternative to fossil fuels in the shift toward a low carbon economy, the economy minister said on Wednesday.
12:49 09.10.2019
2022. Battery pioneers who made mobile revolution possible win Nobel chemistry prize
Three scientists have won the 2019 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for putting power in peoples pockets by developing rechargeable lithium-ion batteries which made the global information technology, mobile and fossil-fuel free revolutions possible.
12:42 09.10.2019
2021. Nobel prize winner laments lack of money for young physicists
Swiss scientist Michel Mayor, who shared the 2019 Nobel Prize for Physics, said on Wednesday he was concerned about how hard is it for young physicists to make a living from their science work.
09:54 09.10.2019
2020. Science of far-away planets and infant universe wins Nobel prize
Canadian-American cosmologist James Peebles and Swiss scientists Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz won the 2019 Nobel Prize for Physics on Tuesday for revealing the wonder of the evolution of the universe and discovering planets orbiting distant suns.
14:23 08.10.2019
2019. Putin bestows award for courage on U.S. astronaut who survived rocket failure
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday bestowed a prestigious state award for courage on Nick Hague, the U.S. astronaut who survived a botched space launch last year.
10:55 08.10.2019
2018. Paralyzed man hails 'feat' of walking again with robot exoskeleton
The French tetraplegic man who has been able to walk again using a pioneering four-limb robotic system, or exoskeleton, said walking was a major feat for him after being immobile for years.
06:31 08.10.2019
2017. FDA approves Pfenex's osteoporosis therapy
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved a bone-building drug from Pfenex Inc to treat osteoporosis in certain patients at high risk for fractures, giving the company its first commercial product.
06:10 07.10.2019
2016. Paralyzed man walks again with brain-controlled exoskeleton
A man paralyzed from the shoulders down has been able to walk using a pioneering four-limb robotic system, or exoskeleton, that is commanded and controlled by signals from his brain.
08:25 04.10.2019
2015. Scientists find toxic fungus near Australia's Great Barrier Reef
A highly poisonous fungus, with toxins that can be absorbed through the skin, has been identified for the first time in the rain forest near the Great Barrier Reef, Australian scientists said on Thursday.
23:51 03.10.2019
2014. Fish-hunting 'iron dragon' soared over Australia in age of dinosaurs
A winged beast dubbed the "iron dragon" soared above Australia during the age of dinosaurs, hunting fish in rivers and lakes, according to scientists who found that continent"s most complete fossil representing the flying reptiles called pterosaurs.
11:27 03.10.2019
2013. Light brighter than the sun to virtually decipher ancient scrolls
Scientists at Britain"s national synchrotron facility have harnessed powerful light beams to virtually unwrap and decipher fragile scrolls dating back some 2,000 years in a process they hope will provide new insights into the ancient world.
11:04 03.10.2019
2012. Bayer to spend over 25 billion euros in crop science R&D over 10 years
German drugmaker Bayer on Tuesday said it is to spend more than 25 billion euros ($27.22 billion) on research and development at its agriculture unit over the next 10 years.
03:04 01.10.2019
2011. Caught in the act: a black hole rips apart an unfortunate star
Scientists have captured a view of a colossal black hole violently ripping apart a doomed star, illustrating a extraordinary and chaotic cosmic event from beginning to end for the first time using NASA"s planet-hunting telescope.
07:38 30.09.2019
2010. Elon Musk unveils new Mars rocket prototype, expects missions in months
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has unveiled the latest iteration of his space company"s newly assembled Starship, outlining a speedy development timeline for the centerpiece vehicle of SpaceX’s quest to launch humans to the moon and Mars.
19:04 29.09.2019
2009. Disaster under the waves: the race to save the coral of the Caribbean
Emily Hower, a research assistant at Nova Southeastern University doing field work on coral off Key West in Florida, bobs up out of the water and removes her diving mask. The news is not good.
11:25 27.09.2019
2008. Scientists puzzled by really big planet orbiting really little star
Scientists are expressing surprise after discovering a solar system 30 light-years away from Earth that defies current understanding about planet formation, with a large Jupiter-like planet orbiting a diminutive star known as a red dwarf.
18:37 26.09.2019
2007. As new disease wipes out Caribbean coral, scientists tear up reefs to stop the spread
Off the coast of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, a group of scientists is tearing a reef apart in a feverish attempt to save some of its coral.
16:59 26.09.2019
2006. Russian spaceship with UAE astronaut blasts off into space
A Russian Soyuz spaceship blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan towards the International Space Station on Wednesday carrying a crew of three, including the first astronaut from the United Arab Emirates.
00:15 26.09.2019
2005. Scientists identify ancient baby bottles - and some are cute
Ceramic vessels, sometimes fashioned in whimsical animal forms, were used thousands of years ago as baby bottles to feed infants animal milk, according to scientists, offering an intriguing look at how and what infants were fed in prehistoric times.
20:00 25.09.2019
2004. Endangered turtles bred in captivity in Israel to help save species
On a Mediterranean beach in Israel, a newly-hatched baby turtle fumbles along the sand, making its way to the sea for the very first time.
17:11 25.09.2019
2003. Cut emissions to avert catastrophic sea-level rise: U.N. climate report
Scientists behind a landmark study of the links between oceans, glaciers, ice caps and the climate delivered a stark warning to the world on Wednesday: slash emissions or watch cities vanish under rising seas, rivers run dry and marine life collapse.
12:59 25.09.2019
2002. Scientists race to read Austria's melting climate archive
Scientists are racing to read a rapidly melting archive of climate data going back thousands of years - the inside of Austria"s Alpine glaciers.
07:50 23.09.2019
2001. Australia to help Trump reach the moon, and beyond
Australia will invest A$150 million ($101 million) in its companies and technology to help U.S. President Donald Trump"s bid for a moon landing by 2024 and subsequent U.S. missions to Mars, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said over the weekend.
22:30 21.09.2019
2000. Arctic expedition to investigate 'epicenter of climate change'
Scientists from 19 countries are preparing to embark on a year-long expedition to the Arctic, the longest project of its kind, to better understand global climate change.
14:14 21.09.2019
1999. Alien enthusiasts descend on Nevada desert near secretive U.S. base
Scores of UFO enthusiasts converged on rural Nevada on Thursday for a pilgrimage of sorts to the U.S. installation known as Area 51, long rumored to house government secrets about alien life, as law enforcement officials beefed up security around the mili
05:48 20.09.2019
1998. Bird numbers plunge in U.S. and Canada with people to blame
From grasslands to seashores to forests and backyards, birds are disappearing at an alarming rate in the United States and Canada, with a 29% population drop since 1970 and a net loss of about 2.9 billion birds, scientists said on Thursday.
21:14 19.09.2019
1997. Alien enthusiasts gather in Nevada desert near secretive Area 51
UFO enthusiasts began descending on rural Nevada on Thursday near the secret U.S. military installation known as Area 51, long rumored to house government secrets about alien life, with local authorities hoping the visitors were coming in peace.
16:00 19.09.2019
1996. Scientists reconstruct skeleton of elusive, pre-historic human
Researchers in Israel say they have reconstructed the skeleton of a pre-historic human from a long-extinct and elusive species using DNA found in the pinky bone of a 13-year-old girl who died 70,000 years ago.
11:16 19.09.2019
1995. U.S. builds alliances in 'wild, wild west' of space: general
The new U.S. Space Command is working with allies in the “wild, wild west” of space and will harden future satellite networks against attacks, the unit’s top general said, as the Trump administration reorganizes its military space bureaucracy.
18:19 18.09.2019

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