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Scientists said Thursday that a mud volcano in Indonesia is responsible for displacing more than 13,000 families, and shows no sign of stopping for the better part of the next quarter century.
Countries need to increase co-operation over conservation to protect birds and other wildlife in an era of climate change, according to a new continental-scale study.
Early years initiatives for pre-school children are not delivering improvements in language and numeracy development, according to leading education experts.
Large predators are much more vulnerable than smaller species to environmental changes, such as over-hunting and habitat change, because they have to work so hard to find their next meal, according to a new study.
Oil recovery using carbon dioxide could lead to a North Sea oil bonanza worth Â£150 billion ($ 240 billion) â€“ but only if the current infrastructure is enhanced now.
Many of the Milky Wayâ€™s ancient stars are remnants of other smaller galaxies torn apart by violent galactic collisions around five billion years ago.
New research by astronomers in the Physics Department at Durham University suggests that the conventional wisdom about the content of the Universe may be wrong.
The Yangtze River in China is 40 million years older than was previously thought, according to new research.
A collaboration between the University of Leeds, Durham University and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) is looking at â€˜printingâ€™ pills to order, to create safer and faster-acting medicines.
Thousands of people who are partially-sighted following stroke or brain injury could gain greater independence from a simple, cheap and accessible training course which could eventually be delivered from their mobile phones or hand-held games consoles.
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.