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Another day, another dead wildlife ranger. We must do more to help them Every year more than 100 wildlife rangers are murdered in the line of duty. Why do they get so little support? And where is the outrage?Cameroonian ranger killed by wildlife poachersAs we sat by the campfire, Gervais, a ranger from the forests of Malawi,
The Guardian | 8 hours, 17 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Cameroonian ranger killed by wildlife poachers Two to three rangers are being shot a week as poachers step up their predations on the worlds wildlifeAnother day, another dead wildlife ranger. We must do more to help themA Cameroonian ranger was ambushed and killed by ivory poachers on Wednesday while
The Guardian | 8 hours, 17 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Heart damage caused by chemotherapy is worse in patients with diabetes Heart damage caused by chemotherapy is worse in cancer patients who also have diabetes, according to a study presented today at EuroEcho-Imaging 2016.
EurekAlert! | 11 hours, 36 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Circulation favors placenta over brain in fetuses of diabetic mothers Blood flows preferentially to the placenta instead of the brain in fetuses of mothers with diabetes, reveals research presented today at EuroEcho-Imaging 2016.
EurekAlert! | 11 hours, 36 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Next-generation accelerators get boost from new beam physics A new research, affiliated with UNIST reported the full generalization of the KV model by including all of the linear (both external and space-charge) coupling forces, beam energy variations, and arbitrary emittance partition, which all form essential ele
EurekAlert! | 11 hours, 36 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Canada Strikes a Deal to Cut Carbon Emissions by Putting a Price on Them Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a plan to reduce carbon emissions that relies on fossil fuel taxes and cap-and-trade systems of emission allowances.
New York Times | 12 hours, 47 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Worlds oldest known seabird lays an egg at age of 66 Laysan albatross known as Wisdom is also the worlds oldest known breeding bird in the wild and has had a few dozen chicksThe worlds oldest known seabird is expecting again.Biologists spotted the Laysan albatross called Wisdom at Midway Atoll national wild
The Guardian | 13 hours, 40 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Malcolm Turnbull shut down the only credible option for our failing energy market | Jay Weatherill Any remaining optimism Australians had for Malcolm Turnbull evaporated this week when once again he proved incapable of acting in the national interestHere we go again.Just like last years sorry excuse for a debate on taxation reform, where nation buildin
The Guardian | 15 hours, 29 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Cryogenic storage offers hope for renewable energy The world's largest cold energy storage plant, which can act like a giant battery for renewable energy, is being commissioned at a site near Manchester.
BBC News | 15 hours, 54 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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The Victorian origins of the Mannequin Challenge An expert from Pennsylvania State University reveals the first Mannequin Challenge was a popular form of entertainment in Victorian England during the 1800s- called 'living pictures'.
Mail Online | 16 hours, 4 minutes ago | comment? | recommend