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Stem cells could save Sumatran rhino from extinction, scientists say

Scientists in Berlin have successfully grown stem cells from the skin of a deceased Sumatran rhinoceros and plan to use...

Chinese rocket re-enters Earth atmosphere uncontrolled over the Pacific Ocean

Nov. 4 (BP) -- Chinese rocket debris weighing 23 tons is crashing to Earth in an...

NASA satellites identify more than 50 methane ‘super emitters’

A huge plume of the potent greenhouse gas methane is shown here spewing from oil and gas infrastructure...

World’s fossil fuel reserves could generate 3.5 trillion tons of greenhouse gases

Sept. 19 (BP) -- Burning the world's fossil fuel reserves could emit about 3.5 trillion tons of greenhouse...

Billions would die of hunger after nuclear war between U.S. and Russia, study says

1/3 A Russian Tornado-G multiple launch rocket system is pictured firing...

Coral cover increases in parts of Great Barrier Reef

Aug. 4 (BP) -- The coral cover in the northern and central sections of the Great Barrier Reef...

Study: Tonga volcano could temporarily affect global temperatures

Aug. 3 (BP) -- Researchers said the eruption of the underwater volcano in Tonga sent enough vaporized water...

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Chinese officials say they will increase COVID-19 vaccinations amid protests

Nov. 29 (BP) -- Chinese health officials said Tuesday they will accelerate...
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Wood Mac: Offshore oil looks promising, but bottlenecks remain

1/3 Brazilian President-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva shown here waving to supporters during a visit to...

UNESCO report recommends adding Great Barrier Reef to ‘in danger’ list

1/3 In a new report, UNESCO called for greater protection of Australia's Great Barrier Reef on Monday....

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