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Novel Regulatory Mechanism of Blood Clotting Discovered
England to Tackle Rare Diseases Health Inequalities
New life, jobs beckon for old Far North Queensland mine
Burkina Faso Strengthens Nuclear Law with IAEA Help
Universities Embrace Nuclear Law: IAEA
How farmers could fertilize more efficiently
New Software Platform Advances Understanding of Surface Finish of Manufactured Components
Aggressiveness of pollen is determined by its place of origin and by environment
Seeing light: researchers develop new AI system using light to learn associatively
Parties and Signatories to Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage Convene for Second Meeting
Optica Awards James Wyant 2022 Frederic Ives Medal/Jarus W. Quinn Prize
UBC researchers lead $24 million project to treat spinal cord injury
Drive Evolution: Students and Aspiring Professionals Essay Competition on Nuclear Law Extended
Study Reveals Patterns of Fern Communities Turnover during Late Triassic Mass Extinction
Cellular environments shape molecular architecture
EdHeroes Global Movement Is Expanding to Indonesia and Asia, Aiming At Creating New Paradigm of World of Education
Break through tumor’s protective shield
IAEA Hosts Second Virtual Workshop on Nuclear Law for Research Reactors for Viet Nam
Indigenous knowledge and persistence of ‘wilderness’ myth
Beyond ‘Wilderness’ – Biodiversity Conservation Approaches Need Indigenous and Local Peoples
AF Week in Photos 24 September
Packages to simplify deep renovation of buildings
“Material efficiency holds great potential for climate neutrality and should be utilized more for this purpose”
Researchers distill cow’s milk into nano-capsules for drug delivery
Virginia Tech scientists distill cow’s milk into nano-capsules for drug delivery
Communication Technology and Study of Collective Behavior Must Become a “Crisis Discipline,” Researchers Argue
Targeted COVID-19 therapy: What can we learn from autoimmune kidney diseases?
Modeling mysteries of universe, closer to home
Old structures must be torn down – Sustainability Science Days, a major sustainability conference
Cereal crops fighting climate chaos
Light-based processors boost machine-learning processing
New mathematical model: How dangerous bacteria form colonies
Sustainability Science Days, Finland’s largest event in sustainability science, highlights need for radical change
Virtual National Workshop Focuses on Nuclear Law for Research Reactors in Viet Nam
IAEA Provides Virtual Legislative Assistance for Bahrain
IAEA Discusses Liability and Compensation for Nuclear Damage with Pakistan
TetGen 1.6 Release
Virtual National Seminar on Nuclear Law for Turkmenistan
Researchers discover potential treatment for rare degenerative disease
A novel formulation to explain heat propagation
Targeting cancer microenvironment
New satellite looking at how Earth is losing its cool gets go-ahead
Inherited pancreatic cancer risk mutation identified
“Don’t leave valuables in vehicles”, urge Broken Hill police
Man to face court today on harassment, malicious damage charges at Broken Hill
Researchers take a step towards light-based brain-like computing chip
Takeda, Microsoft and EURORDIS release report with action plan to help rare disease community shorten the diagnostic odyssey
NSW police vehicle involved in crash