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An international research team has discovered that forest fragmentation poses an even greater threat to Amazonian biodiversity than previously thought. Their findings, to be published next week (27 November – 1 December) ...
South Korea slaughtered 236,000 chickens and ducks after tests confirmed an outbreak of a highly virulent type of bird flu, the government said.
Use of caffeine as a stimulant is becoming a problem among U.S. young people who can't get enough of it, Northwestern University researchers say.
Biologists say the killer of a young male mountain lion in California's Santa Monica Mountains may be a previously unknown male cat.
U.S. chemists at Rice University say they have discovered how to assemble gold and silver nanoparticle building blocks into larger structures.
U.S. researchers say they've determined a radical prostatectomy can be a viable option for select octogenarian patients.
The need for new antibiotics to combat multi-drug resistant bacteria has led U.S. chemists to the first synthesis of a potentially valuable antibiotic.
A science editor says the U.S. share of scientific papers published worldwide in peer-reviewed science and engineering journals is declining.
A China Internet Society study has suggested 6.25 percent of cell phone users in the country receive spam text messages more than 40 times a week.