GM embryos: time for ethics debate, say scientists
Shortly before the Chinese study was published, a group of US scientists led by Edward Lanphier, chairman of the Alliance for Regenerative Medicine in Washington DC, called for a global moratorium on modifying human reproductive cells and embryos, ...
Scientists Working Hard To Save Us All From Rapidly Melting Ice Cream Cones
It's a hot day, you've got a cool treat — it's inevitable. That ice cream scoop, once so perfect in its rounded form, is going to melt, forcing you to fight the age-old battle against drips with your tongue as your only weapon. Take heart, dessert ...
20-year science and technology agreement between United States and Egypt renewed
The Cairo Post
PRESS RELEASE: Reaffirming the importance of close bilateral cooperation in joint science and technology research, U.S. Ambassador Stephen Beecroft and Assistant Foreign Minister Farid Mounib signed today a 5 year extension to the 1995 U.S.-Egypt ...
Scientists find Earth's first big predator: a terrifying giant sea scorpion
Sydney Morning Herald
Half a billion years ago, a huge scorpion with a dozen clawed arms sprouting from its head and a giant, spiked tail prowled the ancient seas. At nearly 1.83 metres in length, it was the largest thing for kilometres around, and certainly the most deadly.