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Scientists warn world must transform food production or face possible unrest
The world must diversify its food production and consumption, or face damaging supply disruptions that could lead to suffering and social unrest, scientists warned Monday.
Black hole movies coming soon
By the time an international group of scientists stunned the world with the first ever image of a black hole, they were already planning a sequel: A movie showing how massive clouds of gas are forever sucked into the void.
Heart regeneration: Scientists uncloak one of nature's deepest secrets
The long-sought Holy Grail for heart attack patients has been a method to regenerate healthy new tissue, but the basic building blocks required to remodel an injured heart have remained elusive — until now.
Scientists must rise up to prevent climate crisis
By Claire Wordley and Charlie Gardner*
Decades-old film reveals Antarctica glacier melting faster than scientists thought
Scientists knew Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier was thawing, they just had no idea how quickly the process was happening.
Scientists reproduce coral in lab, offering hope for reefs
A team of scientists in the US have managed to reproduce coral in a lab setting for the first time ever, an encouraging step in the race to save ‘America's Great Barrier Reef’ off the coast of Florida.
Americans' love of hiking has driven elk to the brink, scientists say
Biologists used to count over 1,000 head of elk from the air near Vail, Colorado, the US. The majestic brown animals, a symbol of the American west, dotted hundreds of square miles of slopes and valleys.
Scientists boast way to extract hydrogen from oil without emitting greenhouse gases
Scientists said Tuesday they have developed a way of extracting hydrogen from oil without releasing greenhouse gases — a breakthrough they hailed as a ‘silver bullet’ for cleaner energy and the climate.
Alaska’s waters are now ice-free, scientists warn
Alaska’s waters are now completely free from ice, with the nearest ice shelf more than 240km away, scientists have warned.
Finnish scientists: Effect of human activity on climate change insignificant
A new paper published by researchers from the University of Turku in Finland suggests that even though observed changes in the climate are real, the effects of human activity on these changes are insignificant.
Scientists design protein blockers to fight obesity and heart disease
Almost four in 10 adult Americans are obese, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. What's more alarming is that in the past two decades alone, in states such as Texas, the share of obesity among residents has tripled. If left unchecked, obesity can even lead to more serious problems including high blood pressure and deadly strokes.
Mangrove protection from storm surges being studied by scientists
Following the devastation brought by super-typhoon Yolanda in 2013, it was reported that there were families in Eastern Samar, in the Philippines, who were able to survive because of the mangroves that protected their area.
Scientists find thirdhand smoke affects cells in humans
Thirdhand smoke can damage epithelial cells in the respiratory system by stressing cells and causing them to fight for survival, a research team led by scientists at the University of California, Riverside, has found. The finding could assist physicians treating patients exposed to thirdhand smoke.
Scientists say fossils found in Colorado are those of 68m-year-old triceratops
Several weeks ago, construction workers digging near a Denver, Colorado, retirement home made a startling discovery: Dinosaur bones.
Scientists declare nearly 400 medical practices 'ineffective'
Researchers have pinpointed almost 400 common medical practices that are actually ineffective, a new study shows.

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