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TEHRAN, August 21 - Members of a Peruvian-American scientific expedition have been able to extract four samples of ancient ice from the snow-capped Huascaran mountain, the highest summit in Peru, in hopes it will contribute to new information on climate change.
News ID: 43286    Publish Date : 2019/08/21


TEHRAN, August 9 - Britain will relax its immigration rules to attract more elite scientists after Brexit by seeking to fast-track visas, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday.
News ID: 42860    Publish Date : 2019/08/09


TEHRAN, Jul 21 -After a month of blistering heat waves across Europe, relentless rising temperatures in India and sweltering temperatures in Alaska, last month was the hottest June on record, a new report by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said.
News ID: 42200    Publish Date : 2019/07/21


TEHRAN, Jul 6 - New research suggest previous studies have underestimated the number of sharks and rays entangled in plastic. The problem is likely much worse than scientists realized.
News ID: 41634    Publish Date : 2019/07/06


TEHRAN, Jun 12 -The tracking strategy utilized by hawks could be used to capture rogue drones, according to a new study.
News ID: 40624    Publish Date : 2019/06/12


TEHRAN, Jun 5 - Hungary's government is moving to tighten its grip on the research institutions of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, despite protests by scientists against political control of the academy.
News ID: 40401    Publish Date : 2019/06/05


TEHRAN, Jun 5 -A seven-year survey of Patagonia's ice suggests the slabs of ice that stretch across vast portions of Argentina and Chile are thicker than scientists thought, measuring more than a mile in thickness in some places.
News ID: 40376    Publish Date : 2019/06/05


TEHRAN, May 22 -Iran’s minister of science, research, and technology says the United States has set a trap for Iranian scientists , enabling their entry into the country before arresting them.
News ID: 39707    Publish Date : 2019/05/22


TEHRAN, Apr 10 - A team of international palaeontologists led by the Oxford University Museum of Natural History have discovered the extremely well-preserved remains of an ancient relative of the marine invertebrates known as sea cucumbers.
News ID: 37713    Publish Date : 2019/04/10


TEHRAN, Apr 02 - Scientists have warned that food crisis will affect tens of millions of people across the globe as war, extreme weather and economic woes put more than 113 million in dire need of help last year.
News ID: 37337    Publish Date : 2019/04/02


TEHRAN, April1-The mystery of methane on Mars may finally be solved as scientists have confirmed the presence of the life-indicating gas on the Red Planet as well as where it might have come from.
News ID: 37301    Publish Date : 2019/04/01


TEHRAN, Mar 06 -"It is only a matter of time before these questions go from being academic to defining our response to a major threat," said researcher K.T. Ramesh.
News ID: 36383    Publish Date : 2019/03/06


TEHRAN, Feb 25 - "Being able to fully describe the molecular changes that are going on in memory is enormously appealing," researcher Daniel Merritt said.
News ID: 35925    Publish Date : 2019/02/25


TEHRAN, Feb 12 -"The new images are creating scientific puzzles about how such an object could even be formed," scientists Alan Stern said. "We've never seen something like this orbiting the sun."
News ID: 35328    Publish Date : 2019/02/12


TEHRAN, Jan 16 - When sending spaceships out to explore the solar system, scientists are limited by how far the ship’s fuel can take them.One novel solution being explored is a steam-powered craft that mines water on planets, comets or asteroids as it goes, which advocates say can theoretically explore space “forever.”
News ID: 34150    Publish Date : 2019/01/16


TEHRAN, November 29 -"If we think of sci-fi scenarios in which glowing plants replace street lights -- this is it. This is the breakthrough that can lead to this," researcher Fyodor Kondrashov said.
News ID: 32163    Publish Date : 2018/11/29


TEHRAN, November 04 -A team of scientists at the European Southern Observatory, or ESO, spotted flares of infrared radiation shooting up from a gas circle near the orbit of Sagittarius A*.
News ID: 31053    Publish Date : 2018/11/04


TEHRAN, October 27 -The inclusion of films of carbon nanotubes could be key in building a longer-lasting battery, scientists at Rice University said.
News ID: 30692    Publish Date : 2018/10/27


TEHRAN, October 04 -"When we run our model, the moon hypothesis was the best and only single explanation for the timing effects and the dimming of the star that we see in the data," astronomer Alex Teachey said.
News ID: 29667    Publish Date : 2018/10/04


TEHRAN, October 02 -Scientists Arthur Ashkin, Gerard Mourou and Donna Strickland won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics for breakthroughs in the field of lasers used for surgery as well as scientific study, the award-giving body said on Tuesday.
News ID: 29554    Publish Date : 2018/10/02