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  1. Lifestyle - Technology - SHORT SCIENCE

    Short Science, April 20, 2014

    Posted Apr 20th 2014, 05:53am by AGENCIES

    ... Agencies Brazilian goat produces disease-fighting milk Scientists in Brazil have genetically modified a goat to produce milk with an enzyme to treat a rare genetic disorder, the newspaper O Estado de Sao Paulo reported. The goat, named Gluca, is the first ...

  2. Lifestyle - Technology - SHORT SCIENCE

    Short Science, April 13, 2014

    Posted Apr 13th 2014, 03:22am by AGENCIES

    ... Fierce competition for Tasmanian devil A fox-sized marsupial predator that roamed Australia 23 to 12 million years ago had plenty of bite to go along with its bark. But while it was certainly fierce, it was no Tasmanian devil, Australia's famously fe ...

  3. News - China - PEARL BRIEFING

    Science students embroiled in plant safety debate

    Posted Apr 12th 2014, 03:40am by Ivan Zhai

    ... Ivan Zhai Authorities play dangerous game by having people still studying at university act as experts Science students embroiled in plant safety debate The latest public protests over ... toxicity" to "low toxicity". The students, who are assumed to know what they are talking about, were wielding the "sword to defend science", as state media claimed. According ...

  4. Magazines - 48hrs - EXHIBITION

    The Future Perfect exhibition is a must-see for science fiction fans

    Posted Apr 09th 2014, 10:52pm by Kylie Knott

    ... being shown in Paris and New York, "Future Perfect" has now touched down in Hong Kong and is a must-see for lovers of science fiction. Showcasing artefacts, drawings, illustrations, ... says Sanz, who is passionate about all things science fiction. And confuse it does. A pair of leather goggles, a mask, a hat and a watch all look like something out of the 1800s, but, in fact, ...

  5. Lifestyle - Technology - SHORT SCIENCE

    Short Science, April 6, 2014

    Posted Apr 06th 2014, 03:39am by AGENCIES

    ... Second world war codebreaker dies Jerry Roberts, one of the leading Bletchley Park codebreakers working on the Fish teleprinter messages sent between Hitler and his generals, has died aged 93. A key achievement of the British second world war codebreakers ...

  6. Lifestyle - Technology - SHORT SCIENCE

    Short Science, March 30, 2014

    Posted Mar 30th 2014, 04:56am by AGENCIES

    ... reported in the journal Science. AFP ...

  7. Lifestyle - Technology - SHORT SCIENCE

    Short Science, March 23, 2014

    Posted Mar 23rd 2014, 03:39am by AGENCIES

    ... Breathalyser detects diseases through gases Toshiba has unveiled a breathalyser which it says can detect several diseases just 30 seconds after users blow into the machine. The device has a nozzle in which users blow several times. It then analyses the pu ...

  8. News - World - SCIENCE

    Truth about Planet X is pure science fiction

    Posted Mar 17th 2014, 05:31am by AFP

    ... Agence France-Presse in Washington Truth about Planet X is pure science fiction It was an elusive planet that for 200 years appeared to explain Uranus'wobbly orbit. And there was the sister sun theorised to be near our solar system that caused asteroids to swerve towards earth. There is just one problem: neither "Planet X" nor "Nemesis" ever existed, ...

  9. Lifestyle - Technology - SHORT SCIENCE

    Short Science, March 16, 2014

    Posted Mar 16th 2014, 03:23am by AGENCIES

    ... Ocean fish limited to a depth of 8 kilometres Ocean-going fish can't live any deeper than 8,200 metres, according to a new study. All fish have their limits- you'll never find sharks below four kilometres, for example. But why there are not any ...

  10. News - Hong Kong - SCIENCE

    How I found Richard III underneath a Leicester car park: archaeologist to address Hong Kong Science Museum

    Posted Mar 11th 2014, 03:29am by Christy Choi

    ... and everything- the whole kind of CSI suit," she said. King's lecture is part of the 21-year-old Science Alive programme organised by the British Council that kicked off this weekend at the Hong Kong Science Museum. The theme of this year's event, The Code of Life, celebrates the 60th anniversary of the discovery of DNA last year. King is joined by Christopher See, a professor ...




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