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How retraining refugees in UK could help tackle NHS staffing crisis
When Horani Othman emigrated with his family family from Syria to the UK in 2012, he arrived in there not knowing how he would make ends meet.
How India plans to put its astronauts in space
The Union Cabinet on Friday approved the Gaganyaan project, India's maiden human spaceflight program under which a three-member team will be sent into space for at least seven days.
How volcano can be the trigger
Nobody had any clue. There was certainly no warning. It is part of the picture that now suggests a sudden failure in the west-southwest flank of the Anak Krakatau volcano was a significant cause of Saturday's devastating tsunami in the Sunda Strait.
How to treat a burn
Burns and scalds are the names given to damage to the skin that’s caused by heat, said the UK National Health System (NHS).
How scientists glued tiny GPS trackers on bats carrying lethal virus
By day, some of the most dangerous animals in the world lurk deep inside this cave.
How chickens took over world
A study of chicken bones dug up at London archaeological sites shows how the bird we know today has altered beyond recognition from its ancestors.
Technology changing how Decatur students learn
Technology investment in Decatur City Schools — a school system located in the city of Decatur in Alabama, the US, and is home to seven of Alabama's International Baccalaureate schools — is changing how students learn and teachers teach.
How much does one kilogram weigh? Depends on your 'Planck constant'
It may not change how you buy bananas, but scientists voted to redefine the value of a kilogram, in what they called a landmark decision that will boost the accuracy of scientific measurements.
How to drive a robot on Mars
Some 78 million miles (126 million kilometers) from Earth, alone on the immense and frigid Red Planet, a robot the size of a small 4x4 wakes up just after sunrise. And just as it has every day for the past six years, it awaits its instructions.
How libraries boost our wellbeing
When staff volunteered to open Plymouth’s, southwest England, central library for two-and-a-half hours last Christmas Day, they thought it might give a few homeless residents somewhere warm and welcoming to go.
Nomophobia: How the 24/7 society fear not having a mobile phone
Getting married, starting a job or going to the dentist have long been recognized as sources of great stress.
How to eat well, save the planet
Switching to a healthier diet can reduce an individual's water footprint by as much as 55 percent.
How world’s largest NGO provides aid to Rohingya people
Over the past few decades, an ethnic group of Muslims known as the Rohingya has been subject to extreme poverty and inhumane persecution in Southeast Asia.
Japan's labor crunch reshaping how companies attract workers
Misaki Harada wants to quit her job as a receptionist at a restaurant management company in Tokyo and move into marketing for an apparel maker.

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