Science News Archive - December 10, 2005
SeaWorld San Diego said on Friday it succeeded in selecting the gender of a baby dolphin -- a first that could improve the population of captive sea mammals and reduce the need for new captures.
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Negotiators at UN climate talks were within reach of a deal on Saturday to launch new global talks including the United States on ways to fight climate change, the chief U.S. negotiator said.
By David Fogarty and Alister Doyle MONTREAL (Reuters) - Russia blocked agreement at a U.N. climate meeting on Saturday by objecting to details of a proposal to extend the Kyoto Protocol on global warming beyond 2012.
Pollution from a toxic slick in a northeastern Chinese river has declined sharply in density as authorities worked to ensure a safe water supply to a city of more than three million, state media said on Saturday.
LONDON (Reuters) - A French woman who had the world's first partial face transplant has spoken of her amazement at seeing her new appearance, the Daily Mail newspaper said on Saturday.
By Alister Doyle and David Fogarty MONTREAL (Reuters) - Environment ministers agreed on Saturday to a road map to extend the Kyoto Protocol climate pact beyond 2012, breaking two weeks of deadlock at UN talks aimed at curbing global warming.
Environment ministers agreed on Saturday to a road map to extend the Kyoto Protocol climate pact beyond 2012, breaking two weeks of deadlock at UN talks aimed at curbing global warming.
While hundreds drowned in Hurricane Katrina's filthy floodwaters, at least 21 people died more mysteriously. From unexplained gunshot wounds to stabbings and fatal blows to the head, these unidentified victims are now the main characters in a real-life version of "CSI."
Mothers at an evacuation center seeking shelter from an erupting volcano on this South Pacific island said Saturday the heat and fumes from the mountain had made their children sick and there was no medicine to treat them.