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High-tech method for uniquely targeted gene therapy developed
Unique data confirms why water turns brown
Politicized Christianity “others” migrants
Tree Cavities for Wild Honeybees
Minister of Foreign Affairs to visit Germany and Egypt
Study debunks notion that C-section would increase risk of obesity in child
Dual residence works well when children have a close relationship with both parents
Tax revenues have reached a plateau
Suzuki Kohei receives grant from Swedish Research Council
IAEA Mission Says Indonesia Strengthened Nuclear and Radiation Safety
Committee delegates attend Antarctic Parliamentarians Assembly in London
Star-quake vibrations lead to new estimate for Milky Way age
Viral behavior linked to type 1 diabetes in high-risk children
Unlabelled allergens rife in imported food
UNESCO concludes its 40th General Conference with adoption of a Convention facilitating universities exchanges
Energy advances open door to more aggressive climate policies
“Health care needs to be better at detecting anxiety among young people”
EUTOPIA already co-teaching European PhDs as Erasmus+ project commences
E3 statement on Iran and INSTEX
New principle for activation of cancer genes discovered
IAEA: Rafael Mariano Grossi to Assume Office as Director General on 3 December
Working together for sustainable development – but how?
Aussie gin distillery FOUR PILLARS now officially World’s Best
Digital (bad)habits present new challenges to addiction researchers
Epilepsy drug inhibits brain tumour development
Miss World contestants join World Vision in calling for world peace this Christmas
To Scotland with Nordic Model
Joint statement on delays to Somaliland parliamentary and local council elections
Unique sledge dogs helped Inuit thrive in North American Arctic
Skiers had lower incidence of depression and vascular dementia – but not Alzheimer’s
Launch of online training in person-centred care
Mantis shrimp make sense of a ‘staggering’ amount of visual information
NZ economy in good shape amid global headwinds
Goethe University is a participant in a project receiving 3.2 million Horizon 2020 grant
Wound healing in mucous tissues could ward off AIDS
Study shows lower mortality from induction of labor at 41 weeks
State and regional governments lead on renewable electricity generation
UO, federal initiative to aid revitalization of Native languages
Possible new treatment strategy against progeria
Revamp collective bargaining to prevent rising labour market inequalities in rapidly changing world of work
Taking law into one’s own hands? On nature, organization and rationale of vigilantism against Migrants and Minorities in Europe
Market update – October 2019
Scientists head to Antarctica’s Thwaites Glacier
How self-reactive immune cells are allowed to develop
Iron-based solar cells on track to becoming more efficient
First evidence of feathered polar dinosaurs found
Lower IQ, family history tied to treatment resistant schizophrenia
Why zoning out in front of TV is not good for our health