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Honouring leaders with outstanding achievements in business, politics and innovation, Euronews and the European Business Summit (EBS) hosted the second edition of the European Leadership Awards.
Elon Musk's SpaceX suffers capsule anomaly during Florida tests
Scientists have restored some functions in a pig's brain hours after it died - challenging assumptions about the irreversible ending of brain function following death.
Israeli scientists called the 3D print a "major medical breakthrough" that advances possibilities for transplants.
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In 1896, thousands of Nova Scotia schoolchildren began reporting their findings in nature as they walked to and from school.
Scientists discover unknown human species on Philippine island
Dutch adventurer finishes three-year electric car journey in Australia
“Climate change is moving faster than our efforts to address it,” UN Secretary-General António Guterres said Thursday as the World Meteorological Organization unveiled an alarming report.
During one dinner break the researchers felt their pasta lacked flavour – "So we just broke some salt off and used that."
Scientists say the storm spans 11,000 kilometres.
The final supermoon of the year will light up the sky on March 20-21. It will occur only a few hours after the spring equinox.
Spain's Interior Ministry called off the second phase of a scientific experiment on violent inmates that could curb aggression.
The UK's Royal Mint has unveiled a new 50 pence coin with an illustration of a black hole in honour of Stephen Hawking's work.
Doctors say stem cell treatment seems to have been effective.
A new study suggests the humanity-saving heroics depicted in movies such as "Armageddon" and "Deep Impact" could be even trickier than they seem.
Alferov was a Russian scientist who contributed significantly to the creation of modern heterostructure physics and electronics. He won the 2000 Nobel Prize in physics.
An enormous hoodwinker sunfish, also known as Mola tecta, mysteriously washed up on a California beach over 10,000 kilometres from its usual habitat off the coast of New Zealand.
A team of American researchers are trying to find out why zebras have stripes, and it involves blood-sucking flies.
The supermoon will capture everyone's imagination on Tuesday, but what exactly happens and when can you see it?
Who's to blame for fake news? Whether you read stories, write stories or appear in stories you might want to start by looking in the mirror.