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'Paving the Future with Technology — Innovation Beyond Gender and Generations'
'Paving the Future with Technology — Innovation Beyond Gender and Generations'
Technology is a tool that helps us to create. It is available to us today to ensure that we can build a better world in the future.
Negligence could spell the end, report warns
Negligence could spell the end, report warns
World population needs to be stabilised quickly and high consumption in rich countries rapidly reduced to avoid "a downward spiral of economic and...
Unwell Hawking misses 70th birthday scientific debate
Unwell Hawking misses 70th birthday scientific debate
British scientist Stephen Hawking was forced to miss a scientific debate to mark his 70th birthday on Sunday as he was only discharged from hospital...
A 'mouse' larger than a bull
A 'mouse' larger than a bull
Scientists in Uruguay have found the fossil remains of a 1 000kg rodent that lived two million to four million years ago -- the largest rodent...
Reactors could burn weapons plutonium
Reactors could burn weapons plutonium
A new generation of nuclear power plants could burn 100 tonnes of surplus weapons-grade plutonium as a good way of keeping it away from terrorists,...
Scientists find fossil of giant sea scorpion
Scientists find fossil of giant sea scorpion
This was a bug that you'd have to look up to and definitely couldn't step on.
'Knockout mice' win scientist trio the Nobel Prize
'Knockout mice' win scientist trio the Nobel Prize
Mario Capecchi and Oliver Smithies of the United States and Martin Evans of Britain won the Nobel Prize for Medicine on Monday for their work in...

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