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It has 20 percent of the world's population with 1.4bn people â€“ but China's rapid economic and social change has caused its pensioners to feel lonely and alienated, a new study suggests.
A lunar base on the Moon may be possible due to craters on the Moonâ€™s surface that astronomers believe could hold ice, providing a crucial water supply.
Scientists believe they may now have a better idea of where to search for dark matter thanks to the results of a giant computer simulation reported on Wednesday.
NORTH East education experts are calling for a new approach to how science is taught in primary schools. Durham University researchers say national testing distorts the teaching and reduces opportunities to harness children's natural curiosity.
Scientists have exploited crystals from lavas to unravel the records of volcanic eruptions.
Wednesday marked the unveiling of the â€œfirst everâ€ Arctic map to show the disputed territories in the resource-rich region, British researchers said.
NINE-YEAR-OLD Emily Cutmore's childhood has been blighted by regular bouts of tonsillitis. But the illness has inspired her to win a national art competition when she turned an image of her tonsils into a piece of art.
Scientists from Durham University will use robots to explore the depths of the Atlantic Ocean to study the growth of underwater volcanoes that build the Earthâ€™s crust.
It may be possible to determine the sexual motives of members of the opposite sex based on facial features, researchers said on Wednesday.
A national team of scientists led by experts at Durham University are embarking on one of the UKâ€™s largest ever research projects into photovoltaic (PV) solar energy.
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