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Lyrids 2021: When is the peak of the beautiful Lyrid meteor shower?

LYRIDS 2021, the annual meteor shower associated with Comet Thatcher, will soon light up the night skies. When is the shower's peak this year and how can you best see it?

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Oppositions anti-government narrative dies after PPP split from PDM

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Science and Technology, Chaudhry Fawad Hussain Tuesday said that the anti-government narrative of opposition has died after the Pakistan Peoples Partys split from Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM). In a tweet, the federal minister advised the opposition to get out of the narrative of resignations and protests now and come on reform []

Progress in the low-cost electrochemical synthesis of ammonia

Ammonia (NH3) is mass-produced for use in the agricultural, pharmaceutical, and sustainable energy sectors. However, its conventional synthesis methods are environmentally unfriendly, so we need alternatives! Recently, Scientists from Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology, Korea, developed a new cost-effective and durable electrocatalyst that mimics a natural enzyme to produce NH3 from nitrogen in the air. Their findings take us a step closer to safer and cleaner ways to electrochemically produce NH3.

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Higher education a distant dream for students from outer Delhi

New Delhi: Vikram Dagar, 24, a resident of Najafgarhs Issapur village, had to travel at least a 100 kilometres every day for three years to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree from Delhi Universitys Deshbandhu College

After COVID, Swiss group plots future for science, diplomacy

GENEVA (AP) A Swiss project to lay the diplomatic groundwork for future scientific breakthroughs is gathering momentum ahead of a planned international summit. Backers of the Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator want to bridge the Swiss citys image as a hub for conflict resolution with visionary scientific ambitions on big-picture issues. The initiative, bankrolled

Disability inclusion: GFD signs MoU with KNUST

Ghana Federation of Disability Organization (GFD) has strengthened its relationship with one of Ghanas public tertiary institution, Kwame University of Science and Technology (KNUST) by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on disability...

Obama touts new computer science initiative for students

The White House is announcing a new program that would provide schools with more opportunities to bring computer science learning to the classroom.

New flying reptile that lived in China 160 years ago reveals oldest opposed thumb

A team of international researchers has discovered the earliest-known example of an opposed thumb on a new tree-dwelling pterosaur species that lived in China 160 million years ago.

Healthcare's Future: Science Fiction or Science Fact -- The Motley Fool

We look at genomic sequencing and robotic surgery, two of the most exciting innovations that are available in the real world today. Listen in to hear what these technologies are already able to do today, how they could take off into the future, and how interested investors should approach the companies behind them.

On 60th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's flight, Putin vows Russia will remain space power

Russian President Vladimir Putin marked the 60th anniversary of Yuri Gagarins historic space flight in 1961 on Monday with a vow that Moscow would remain a key space power.

Multiple sclerosis: Science-backed resources on MS

Research-backed resources for people living with MS, including information on the signs, symptoms, and stages of MS, how to manage exacerbations, and more.

Zimbabwe: Adapt to Tech or Die

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West China's Chongqing Liangjiang New Area leverages ties with SCO for greater opening-up

CHONGQING, China, Apr. 12, 2021 Xinhua-AsiaNet-- The promotion meeting of Chongqing Liangjiang New Area-Shanghai Cooperation Organization SCO Countries Trade and Economic Multifunctional Platform was held in Beijing on April 9, according to Chongqing Liangjiang New Area Management Committee. This is a concrete action to implement the spirit of the 20th Meeting of the Council of Heads of Member States of the SCO and is of great significance to the success of the China-SCO Digital Economy Industry Forum.

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Biology Teacher Wrexham Requirements * Qualified Teacher Status * Excellent Biology and/or Science knowledge * NQTs welcome This fantastic school is located in Wrexham, close to the A483 and surrounding areas. This school has an extremely supportive and...

Biochemist job with SRG

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Dr. Saphier & Chaffetz: Big Tech vs. science suppressing debate hurts fight against COVID. Here's how

Throughout the pandemic, media and technology companies have impulsively discredited some narratives while prematurely promoting others.By some strange coincidence, these decisions almost uniformly align with left-wing policy objectives.

Voyages of Hope and Anguish: New Science Fiction and Fantasy

The Memory Theater, On Fragile Waves and Victories Greater Than Death take readers tumbling through realms and ever stranger stories.

Monsoon to be 'healthy normal' this year: Skymet

The Southwest monsoon, which brings more than 75 percent of the countrys rainfall during June-September, will be normal this year, Skymet Weather, a private weather forecaster said on Tuesday.

SpaceX Starship launch: Will SN15 launch this week?

SPACEX is due to launch the upgraded Starship SN15 on its first test flight, aiming to correct past mistakes and make history - but will the prototype rocket launch this week?

'Royal hillfort' revealed by Dunkeld citizen science

A request for help clearing rhododendrons led to the discovery of a high status Pictish fort. UK One News Page[UK]: Tuesday, 13 April 2021

GESDA to hold inaugural summit in October for global diplomacy initiatives based on emerging science breakthroughs

GENEVA, April 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator (GESDA), a Swiss foundation that serves as the first global tool

Should Gilead Sciences, Inc. Pay a Dividend? -- The Motley Fool

Shares of Gilead Sciences have skyrocketed over the past two years, propelling the company into the upper echelons of the healthcare sector in terms of market cap. With all of its new peer group offering a dividend, should Gilead follow suit?

Head of Computational Biology Core Unit job with Paramount Recruitment

Head of Computational Biology Core Unit in Life Sciences with Paramount Recruitment. Apply Today.

Exciting PhD positions at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) job with EMBL

Exciting PhD positions at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Life Sciences with EMBL. Apply Today.

One of the biggest ever investment into a Welsh life sciences firm

Trakcel has secured an eight figure investment from AmerisourceBerg and Labcorp

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The Surprising Truth About Soft Skills -- The Motley Fool

There is mixed evidence for the importance and validity of measures of emotional intelligence. So should you try to develop it? Science says no -- a different skill might be the key to your success.

Tiger found dead in MP's Bandhavgarh reserve

A tiger was found dead in the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve BTR in Madhya Pradeshs Umaria district, an official said on Tuesday.

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Through investment and planning, Burlington becomes home for life sciences

Industry leaders like Burlington's amenities and location.

Have Your Say On A New Legal Framework For Incorporated Societies

The Economic Development, Science and Innovation Committee has called for submissions on the Incorporated Societies Bill. There are about 24,000 societies currently on the Incorporated Society Register. These include sports and social clubs, cultural ...

Regeneron's Antibody Drug Appears to Prevent Virus

A vaccine expert found out that Regeneron's COVID-19 antibody-drug appears to prevent virus spread within.. Science One News Page: Tuesday, 13 April 2021

Optical illusions: Why they work, according to science

From the dress to the sneaker, optical illusions have left the world confounded in recent years. Here's why...

Ex-Bethlehem College student wins Prime Minister's Future Science Prize

James Zingel's work could ultimately mean earlier detection of breast cancer.

Covid-19 researchers take out top Prime Minister's Science Prize

Experts who advised Government on Covid-19 lockdowns have taken out one of NZ's biggest science awards.

Science vs spirituality: The case of the severed head

Theres a ghastly severed head in St Roberts Roman Catholic church, just down the road from me in Catforth, northern England. Having read a brief guide to

Solar FlexRack selected to supply 105 MW solar project

Youngstown OH (SPX) Dec 11, 2019 Solar FlexRack, a division of Northern States Metals and an innovative.. Science One News Page: Tuesday, 24 December 2019

Four Yale faculty awarded Guggenheim fellowships

Four Yale faculty members recently received Guggenheim Fellowships, prestigious grants awarded to those who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts. Three of the four Robyn Creswell, Marisa Bass and Isabella Mares hail from the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, while the fourth Tisa Wenger []

FEATURE-Nepal chokes on smoke and ash as drought-worsened wildfires rage

More than 2,700 fires recorded between November and March Nepal had 75 less rainfall this winter compared to average

A mini truck-sized asteroid just gave Earth a close shave, Science News

An asteroid named 2021 GW4 about the size of a small truck flew harmlessly past Earth on April 12.

Japan to release contaminated Fukushima water into sea

The decision is likely to anger neighbors such as South Korea.

The Next Ultimate Growth Stock -- The Motley Fool

Science and skill unite in the growth-investing universe.

Greenland sharks: The fascinating sharks which can live for 500 years

GREENLAND sharks continue to fascinate scientists with a life span reaching up to around 500-years old and a skin which is poisonous to humans.

R Ananthanarayanan new MD and CEO of Strides Pharma

Drug firm Strides Pharma Science on Wednesday said it's board has appointed R Ananthanarayanan as chief executive officer and managing director of the company effective January 9.Get latest Healthcare online at

Science Teaching and Learning Found to Fall Off in Pandemic

The pandemic could have been a shining moment for STEM learning. Instead, new studies find, students and teachers struggled.

NASA's Hubble telescope clicks haunting image of a dying galaxy, Science News

Death is a thing that can't be defeated. It comes for us and also for astronomical bodies. An image of a galaxy captured by NASA's Hubble space telescope looks so solemn that it is sure to make anyone looking at it just a little contemplative. The galaxy is dying!

Drone used to document historic McCormick Farm in Silver Spring Township

The West Shore Historical Society partnered with Harrisburg University of Science and Technology to have a drone visually document the historic McCormick Farm property