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Scientists test repurposed drugs for treatment of rare eye condition
Fight for Sight, a UK charity, is funding scientists from the University of Aberdeen to test two repurposed drugs for the treatment of the rare eye condition aniridia, which causes blindness.
Scientists left baffled over lost ancient city Mohenjo Daro in Pakistan
Archeologists are still no closer to understanding who occupied the ancient city of Mohenjo Daro in modern-day Pakistan during the third millennium BCE.
'Sensational' 7,000-year-old find older than Great Pyramids stuns scientists
Archeologists in Poland were stunned with the “sensational” discovery of two 7,000-year-old structures predating the Great Pyramids of Giza by two millennia.
Scientists develop underwater glue that works like static electricity
A glue that works underwater and can stick objects together in mere seconds has been developed by a team of researchers from Japan.
Scientists find eternal Nile to be more ancient than previously thought
Ancient Egyptians considered the Nile River to be the source of all life. The steady northward path of the river has nourished the fertile valleys of northeast Africa for millions of years and in doing so, shaped the course of human civilization.
Scientists discover Peruvian settlement older than Machu Picchu
Scientists made the discovery of the settlement high up in the Peruvian Andes, around 13,000 feet with cutting-edge technology that has paved the way for several archeological finds. The site is thought to be of particular value since it pre-dates the famous Machu Picchu, a well-preserved Incan citadel built in the 15th century.
Chinese, Uzbek scientists unveil mystery of ancient city in Central Asia
The Ferghana Valley on the west of the Pamirs, one of the most densely populated regions of Central Asia, known for the precious Ferghana horse breed and a key hub on the ancient Silk Road, has been attracting scientists and researchers from around the world for decades.
US dirty war on Iran targets its scientists
US war on Iran by other means is all about wanting the nation colonized as a vassal state, its sovereignty eliminated, its oil, gas, and other resources looted, its people exploited as serfs.
Scientists find glacial rivers absorb carbon faster than rainforests
In the turbid, frigid waters roaring from the glaciers of Canada’s high Arctic, researchers have made a surprising discovery: For decades, the northern rivers secretly pulled carbon dioxide from the atmosphere at a rate faster than the Amazon rainforest.
We must wake up to devastating impact of nitrogen, say scientists
More than 150 top international scientists are calling on the world to take urgent action on nitrogen pollution, to tackle the widespread harm it is causing to humans, wildlife and the planet.
Scientists pioneer new way of finding cancer-causing germs
Scientists at the University of East Anglia are pioneering a new way of finding the bacteria and viruses associated with cancer.
Scientists discover 10 genes that 'dramatically increase' schizophrenia risks
Scientists have discovered 10 genes that play a key role in the development of schizophrenia, a new study reveals.
Scientists endorse mass civil disobedience to force climate action
More than 300 scientists have endorsed a civil disobedience campaign aimed at forcing governments to take rapid action to tackle climate change, warning that failure could inflict “incalculable human suffering.”
Scientists estimate 1.85 billion billion tons of carbon on Earth
There are 1.85 billion, billion tons of carbon on Earth, with more than 99 percent of it resident beneath our feet.

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