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Releasing rescued orangutans into the wild doesn’t boost populations Orangutan orphanages nurse animals back to health and release them into the wild, but that doesn’t seem to increase the population of these endangered apes
Scientists made a bow tie-shaped molecule and it changes colour A molecule shaped like a bow tie changes colour in the presence of toxic chemicals, which could make it useful for monitoring air
Watch the first ever video of a chemical bond breaking and forming A chemical bond between two metal atoms has been filmed breaking and forming for the first time – something scientists say they only dreamed of seeing
Producing clean energy from thin air? Yes, it is possible An EU-funded research team has developed an efficient process to produce energy from CO2 - an innovation that could help Europe make the switch to a more sustainable, competitive economy.
Sniffing out cancer is as easy as breathing A team of EU-funded researchers has developed an accurate and non-invasive way to detect cancer through a person's breath. The hand-held sensor can be used by anyone without medical supervision in combination with their smart phone. Tests reveal the accuracy ...
Goodbye, Internet Explorer Microsoft's legendary browser is getting replaced. It's about time.
Internet Explorer 4, released by Microsoft in 1997.
Policy paper: New Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration The United Kingdom and European Union have reached an agreement at European Council on the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland’s withdrawal from the European Union.
The revised Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration were considered and agreed at ...

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