Science Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Australia to help train Indian sportspersons, coachesRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Nerve News

    Chandigarh, July 25 - The Australian government is in the advanced stage of signing an MoU with the Punjab Institute of Sports to provide training to the sportspersons and coaches to upgrade their skills in the sports, Australian High Commissioner to India Harinder Sidhu said on Sunday. She also said that the Australian government was also striving hard to ink another MoU with the National Institute of Sports, Patiala, on the same lines.


  2. borris-in-ossoryRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Leinster Express

    The monthly meeting of Borris-in-Ossory ICA Guild took place on Wednesday July 6 in St Canice's Hall. The meeting started on a sad note as the guild lost two former members since the June meeting.


  3. Tanzania: Govt Hands Out Cash to Help Its Very Poorest Kickstart BusinessesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago |

    Kikwembe - "Poor people often fail to meet their needs because they don't have cash, but once they get it they usually spend it wisely" Tatu Mtulya looks older than her age. Her sun-parched skin and the repairs to her well-worn dress say it all.


  4. Green Energy Electrical Becomes The Best Solar Panel Installer - Sunshine Coast, AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | PR Log

    Your search for a reliable electrician ends with Green Energy Electrical. They are serving the domestic, industrial and commercial areas with perfection and efficiency.


  5. Innovative financing may help clean the Pacific Ocean Gyres of debrisRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | PR Log

    Renewed impulse for Rafiei El Enterprises Project for cleaning up three areas of the Pacific Ocean where pollution and debris are damaging the ocean. PANAMA CITY, Panama - July 24, 2016 - PRLog -- It is scientifically known that three enormous gyres are polluting our Pacific Ocean in the East, the West and the South with enormous concentrations of plastic, debris, oil and other wasted materials.


  6. Deal on cutting greenhouse gases in sight for this year: Vienna delegatesRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    A global agreement on cutting the use of hydrofluorocarbons - potent greenhouse gases used in aerosols, refrigerants and air conditioning - seems within grasp, delegates said on Sunday after ten days of talks on climate change in Vienna. A final deal is expected to be reached at a meeting in October in Kigali, Rwanda.


  7. Bangkok admits inability to regulate new Lao damRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Nation

    THE WATER Resources Department has admitted it is beyond the Thai government's power to challenge the Pak Beng Dam project in Laos and the only way to review the project is through the Mekong River Commission . The National Human Rights Commission 's subcommittee on communal rights and natural resource management has arranged a meeting on Friday focusing on human rights violations regarding the upcoming hydropower dam projects on the Mekong and Salween rivers.


  8. 'Sharing our day with the country winning the world cup made it even more memorable'Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Watford Observer

    A primary school teacher and chemical scientist tied the knot as the biggest football game in British history kicked off. Janice Newnum, 72 and Tony Irons, 73, of Kings Langley, were married on July 30, 1966 as England beat West Germany 4-2 and won the World Cup.


  9. Tanzania hands out cash to help its very poorest kickstart businessesRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    Her sun-parched skin and the repairs to her well-worn dress say it all. She is poor.


  10. Why An Extra Planet Can't Be Hidden Behind The Sun Or Above The South PoleRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Scientific Blogging

    This is another of my articles to help the many people who come to my science blog saying how scared they are of a planet, which they think is hidden behind the sun and is about to fly past or hit Earth in the near future. What I'm going to describe here is beginner level astronomy, but of course many never study astronomy.


  11. Dingo ReleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | ABC News

    PIP COURTNEY, PRESENTER: We begin our show today in tropical Queensland. For most rural landholders, the only good dingo is a dead dingo.


  12. Kentucky's jobless rate drops to 5 percent in JuneRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | KFVS12

    Kentucky's seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate for June 2016 dropped to 5 percent from a revised 5.1 percent in May, according to the Office of Employment and Training , an agency of the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. The preliminary June 2016 jobless rate was 0.3 percentage points lower than the 5.3 percent rate recorded for the state in June 2015.


  13. Ireland - aiming to become a world leader in sustainability with Origin GreenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Dairy Reporter

    In spite of low farmgate prices for milk, the Irish dairy industry - with its 18,000 dairy farmers - is seen as a world leader, thanks in part to its Origin Green program. With the global population expected to rise by 2.4bn before the year 2050, the world will need to produce up to twice as much food from increasingly limited resources.


  14. Rural New Zealand needs more positive promotion says Craig WigginsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | The New Zealand Herald

    Saturday mornings on The Country Early Edition means it's Craig Wiggy Wiggins time. Dom manages to catch up with one of the world's busiest men.


  15. Viking invasion set to bring past to life this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 |

    The event is part of a series of events being held at Dorset County Museum to mark the Festival of Archaeology. The festival, coordinated yearly by the Council for British Archaeology, showcases the very best of British archaeology by presenting special events hosted by museums, heritage organisations, universities, societies and community archaeologists all over the UK.


  16. a Mercilessa heat, humidity sticks to nearly all of USRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | WTOP-FM Washington

    Call it the United Sweats of America. A heat wave spreading across the country is leaving few places to hide.


  17. A's showcase science of baseball at STEM clinicRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 21 | Oakland Athletics

    ... "I think these kids may not realize at the time how special this is." The clinic aimed to educate youth athletes in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) by blending it with sports. Guided by instructors such as A's assistant Ron ...


  18. Wild birds lead people to honey if they make the right soundRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Fairfield Citizen-News

    ... honeyguides to hidden bees nest three times more often than the control sounds, according to a study in the journal Science Thursday. When you make the right noise, you end up with honey 54 percent of the time, compared to 16 percent of the time ...


  19. Environmental groups push EPA to hold mining companies accountableRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 18 | Cortez Journal News

    ... to finish writing them until required by a D.C. Circuit Court last year. Report author Stu Levit of the Center for Science in Public Participation said that requiring companies to put money in bonds up-front is a vital and reasonable way to ensure ...


  20. 1 dead, several injured in bar shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 12 | WOIO

    Studies show that about half of the incidents involve a loving parent or caregiver forgetting about a sleeping child in the backseat. Studies show that about half of the incidents involve a loving parent or caregiver forgetting about a sleeping child in the backseat.