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Science warnings, US retreat add urgency to UN climate talks
Mass protests, a last-minute venue change and talk of climate tipping points are adding some unplanned drama to this year’s international talks on tackling global warming.
Iran moves up 17 steps in Mideast in production of stem cell science
Islamic Republic of Iran climbed 17 steps in production of stem cell science, said Secretary of Stem Cells Development Headquarters of Vice Presidency for Science and Technology Amir Ali Hamidieh.
Science suffers collateral damage as US-China tensions rise
A rise in US visa denials for Chinese academics and intensified scrutiny of alleged links to Beijing over fears of potential espionage are having a chilling effect on longstanding research collaboration, researchers said.
Iran’s ‘Owsia’ named finalist in Spain’s science festival
Iranian short documentary, ‘Owsia,’ by Alireza Dehqan was accepted as the finalist in the competition section of #LabMeCrazy! Science Film Festival in Spain, which is scheduled for September 17-20.
Space Science capabilities earn South Africa global recognition
South Africa has won an extraordinary victory in space science, with the South African National Space Agency (SANSA) being selected by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to become the designated regional provider of space weather information to the entire aviation sector using African airspace.
To halt deforestation, researchers say we must listen to forests
Conservationists and palm oil companies tackling deforestation and forest fires must rely less on satellite imagery and instead start listening to the sounds of the forests, according to a report published on Friday.
Japan’s 2018 science stories: Climate change, space exploration, water bears
In casting an eye back over memorable science and environment stories from Japan in 2018, it is impossible to ignore the extreme weather that hit the country.
NMU science program seeks expansion
A science-based program at Northern Michigan University has grown from having no students three semesters ago to 230 students this fall.
British science minister resigns over PM’s 'naive' Brexit deal
A UK minister resigned saying a row over involvement in the EU's Galileo satellite-navigation system exposes British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal as "naïve."
Iran crowned at int’l astronomy Olympiad
Science & Technology Desk
Strickland: ‘I see myself as a scientist, not a woman in science’
When you win a Nobel Prize, you can expect a fair bit of attention.

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