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Over one hundred Antarctic icebergs are moving towards New Zealand in an extraordinary happening that has raised a shipping warning, officials announced Monday.
Consumers will work harder on a task if they're expecting to have to do something difficult at a later time.
One in four Australian adults has taken an action that puts their health at risk as a result of the global financial crisis (GFC).
A new UN report claims that by investing billions into saving biodiversity and ecosystems, groups could stand to earn trillions.
Malaysia's deputy premier has revealed plans to increase the population of the rare Malayan Tiger by supervising and protecting the wild cat in its natural environment.
Study reveals consumer values influencing floral purchases.
Millions of Internet users have been enjoying the fun -- and free -- services provided by advertiser-supported online social networks like Facebook.
As scientists work toward making genetically altered bacteria create living "circuits" to produce a myriad of useful proteins and chemicals, they have logically assumed that the single-celled organisms would always respond to an external command in the same way.
A Tyrannosaurus rex is still searching for a home after the minimum price at a Las Vegas auction on the artifact was not met on Saturday.
Findings show that structure is the same throughout bacterial kingdom, and may provide insight into more complex signaling pathways.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.