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'Tipping points' could exacerbate climate crisis, scientists fear
Key dangers largely left out of the IPCC special report on 1.5°C of warming are raising alarm among some scientists who fear we may have underestimated the impacts of humans on the Earth’s climate.
New laser technology developed by Scottish scientists
A new laser technology which can identify unknown white powders has been developed by Scottish scientists.
UN scientists: World has just over a decade to get climate change under control
The world stands on the brink of failure when it comes to holding global warming to moderate levels, and nations will need to take ‘unprecedented’ actions to cut their carbon emissions over the next decade, according to a landmark report by the top scientific body studying climate change.
Scientists condemn professor's 'morally reprehensible' talk
More than 1,600 scientists have so far signed a statement condemning the remarks of the Italian researcher who stated that physics was ‘built by men’.
Scientists who discovered revolutionary way to attack cancer cells win Nobel Prize
The Nobel Prize for Medicine was given to two scientists who found a revolutionary new way of treating cancer.
Student scientists search for bright lights of alien world
Combing the Universe for radio signals might not be the only way to search for alien civilizations, according to a team of student researchers from UC Santa Barbara.
Scientists use AI to develop better predictions of why children struggle at school
Scientists using machine learning — a type of artificial intelligence — with data from hundreds of children who struggle at school, identified clusters of learning difficulties which did not match the previous diagnosis the children had been given.
Scientists create first ever molecule-binding protein from scratch
Researchers have, for the first time successfully created a protein from scratch capable of binding to a small target molecule. Scientists from the University of Washington School of Medicine designed a cylindrical protein called a beta barrel, which has a cavity to bind the target.
Chronic back pain could be in our genes, say scientists
Backache may be down to our genes, research has revealed. Three mutations linked to the world’s leading cause of disability have been identified by scientists in a breakthrough that could lead to new therapies.
Scientists uncover ancient Mayan structures that could change our understanding of ancient civilization
Scientists have uncovered tens of thousands of Mayan structures, potentially changing our understanding of the ancient civilization.
Scientists developing optical clock for flights to Mars
Russian scientists from the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute for Physical-Engineering and Radiotechnical Metrology (VNIIFTRI) are developing an optical clock for future spaceflights, including those to Mars, the VNIIFTRI director general, Sergei Donchenko, said.
Scientists developing blood test for drowsy driving man yawning
Here's a welcome alert: Scientists say they're inching closer to a blood test for drowsy driving.
Some of our system's youngest orbiting asteroids discovered in asteroid belt
Brazilian scientists have identified four new families of extremely young asteroids, taking the total number to 13.
Scientists develop blood test which can tell police if you're too tired to drive
A new blood test could soon help police identify drivers who are too tired to be on the road.

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