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New dwarf galaxy discovered around Milky Way
Astronomers have identified a new ultra-faint dwarf satellite companion of our Milky Way Galaxy.
China to launch second space laboratory: Xinhua
China will launch its second space lab as the country works towards setting up its own space station, among several ambitious goals.
New fossils show life on Earth at least 3.7bn years old
Life on Earth is even older than we though - fossils dating back a staggering 3.7 billion years have been discovered.
Mammals thrived long before dinos died: study
The prevailing theory that mammals only flourished after an asteroid strike wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago is doubly wrong.
Japan abandons $250mn black hole satellite
Japan is abandoning a quarter-of-a-billion-dollar satellite it sent to study black holes, disappointed space scientists said.
Human genetic research with Chinese characteristics
Researchers from Guangzhou Medical University used a gene-editing technique CRISPR to artificially induce a mutation in human cells.
Humans, 'unicorns' may have walked Earth at same time
A long-extinct animal known as the Siberian unicorn -- actually a long-horned rhinoceros -- may have walked the Earth 29,000 years ago.
Caveman's best friends? Preserved Ice Age puppies awe scientists
hunters searching for mammoth tusks discovered an Ice Age puppy's snout peeking out from the permafrost.
'Ninth planet' may exist in solar system: US scientists
A previously unknown giant planet may have been discovered lurking in the outer reaches of our solar system, US scientists announced.
Russia readies to exhume Tsar Alexander III in Romanov probe
Russian investigators began examining the grave of Tsar Alexander III ahead of his exhumation in a probe looking to finally identify the remains of the last tsar Nicholas II and his family.
Women urged to wait until 45 for breast cancer screenings
In a controversial shift, a leading US medical association urged women to wait until the age of 45 before getting an annual mammogram to screen for breast cancer.
Trio wins Nobel Chemistry Prize for DNA repair work
Sweden's Tomas Lindahl, Paul Modrich of the US and Aziz Sancar, a Turkish-American, won the 2015 Nobel Chemistry Prize for work on how cells repair damaged DNA.
'Gifts' from Chinese herbal medicine
Derived from a herb used to treat fevers some 1,700 years ago, the anti-malaria drug artemisinin is one of many treatments plucked from the treasure chest of ancient Chinese medicine.
Brain research gets $100 million boost
Research into brain diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and traumatic injury got a boost with a $100 million pledge from a US foundation and seven universities.
Liquid water found on Mars: NASA
Liquid water has been observed on the planet Mars which makes it far more likely that life could be found there, the US space agency NASA said.
Biotech stocks fall as Clinton slams high drug prices
Biotech stocks took a hit after Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton pledged to take action against runaway price increases on specialty drugs.
Headless human remains discovered in ancient Hun burials in Kazakhstan
Archaeologists in Kazakhstan are puzzled over headless remains found in ancient burials of Hun and Sarmat warriors.
Seven Kazakhstani start-up teams to travel to Sillicon Valley in October
Seven start-up projects from Kazakhstan have qualified in the final round of TECHNATION acceleration program for start-up teams from CIS, Europe and Asia.
Solar power plant developed by Nazarbayev University researchers and SunPower presented in Astana
A solar power plant SunPower Oasis C-7 has been presented in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana.
Some corals have DNA to adapt to warmer climate: study
Some coral species are better at adapting to climate change than others, and they may be able to pass their hardy DNA onto the next generation.
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