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By/ Virginia Morell The vaquita, a small porpoise found only in Mexico’s Gulf of California, now faces extinction, scientists say in a report published today. Only about 30 individuals remain, according to an acoustic survey that counted the animals’ clicking noises last summer. The report dashes hopes that naval
By/ Lucas Laursen-Science magazine Breeders from Göttingen University in Germany and Dottenfelderhof agricultural school in Bad Vilbel, Germany, have released tomato and wheat varieties under an open-source license. Their move follows similar schemes for sharing plant material in India and the United States, but is the first that provides
CGTN Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, took pride of place at the recently-concluded 20th China Beijing International High-tech Expo (CHITEC). The overall market of UAVs is expected to reach 75 billion yuan (around 11 billion US dollars) by 2025 in China, according to an iResearch report last year.
A new report shows Zika birth defects were about the same in Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories as in other places hit by the epidemic, according to AP.About 1 in 20 women infected with Zika had babies with birth defects in U.S. territories. That's similar to what was
Many of us dismiss snoring or daytime fatigue as small problems. But if you actually are diagnosed with sleep apnoea (a disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts), be careful. Young and middle-aged adults suffering from mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnoea with symptoms such as snoring and excessive daytime
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