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Japan scientists can 'read' dreams: study

Scientists in Japan said Friday they had found a way to "read" people's dreams, using MRI scanners to unlock some of the secrets of the unconscious mind.

Japan scientists can 'read' dreams: study
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Canadian scientists charged with smuggling germs

Canadian federal police on Wednesday charged two former government scientists with allegedly trafficking in dangerous and highly contagious germs.

Canadian scientists charged with smuggling germs
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Kazakhstan and U.S. doctors tap into anti-aging medicines

Kazakhstan and U.S. scientists are planning to jointly study aging processes and methods of their retardation.

Kazakhstan and U.S. doctors tap into anti-aging medicines
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New Zealand dolphin faces extinction, group warns

Scientists have urged New Zealand to take immediate action to protect the critically endangered Maui's dolphin, amid warnings the marine mammal could become extinct by 2030.

New Zealand dolphin faces extinction, group warns
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Australian scientists discover deep sea corals

Australian scientists mapping the Great Barrier Reef have discovered corals at depths never before thought possible, with a deep-sea robot finding specimens in waters nearly as dark as night.

Australian scientists discover deep sea corals
World's biggest, oldest trees are dying: research
World's biggest, oldest trees are dying: research

Scientists Friday warned of an alarming increase in the death rates of the largest living organisms on the planet, the giant, old trees that harbour and sustain countless birds and wildlife.

World's biggest, oldest trees are dying: research
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Aussie scientists un-discover Pacific island

A South Pacific island identified on Google Earth and world maps does not exist, according to Australian scientists who went searching for the mystery landmass during a geological expedition.

Aussie scientists un-discover Pacific island
US scientists outraged by Italy seismologist ruling
US scientists outraged by Italy seismologist ruling

US scientists on Tuesday joined global colleagues in expressing outrage at an Italian court's sentencing of six seismologists to jail for underestimating the risks of a 2009 earthquake.

US scientists outraged by Italy seismologist ruling
Ancient star retains oddly youthful glow
Ancient star retains oddly youthful glow

Scientists using a high-powered telescope in Chile have discovered an ancient star that seems oddly impervious to aging.

Ancient star retains oddly youthful glow
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Home wifi could be used for emergency responders

Wireless routers for homes and offices could be knitted together to provide a communications system for emergency responders if the mobile phone network fails.

Home wifi could be used for emergency responders
Climate change driving Australian fish south: report
Climate change driving Australian fish south: report

Australian scientists said Friday there was now "striking evidence" of extensive southward migration of tropical fish and declines in other species due to climate change, in a major ocean report card.

Climate change driving Australian fish south: report
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Australian jet lands in Antarctica on rescue mission

An Australian government jet carrying a medical team made a successful landing on an icy runway in Antarctica Thursday to rescue a sick scientist from the United States' McMurdo Station base.

Australian jet lands in Antarctica on rescue mission
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Famous Kazakhstan scientist died at Khan Tengri

Outstanding Kazakhstan physicist Adilet Imambekov died in Khan Tengri mountains on the border of Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan on July 19.

Famous Kazakhstan scientist died at Khan Tengri
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Chinese scientists got caught in snow close to Semei

Semei rescue groups helped a group of Chinese scientists out of snowy steppes.

Chinese scientists got caught in snow close to Semei
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Dinosaur remains were found in Kostanay oblast

Kostanay biologists have made a sensational finding in Kushmurun coal mine located in Kostanay oblast in the center-north of Kazakhstan.

Dinosaur remains were found in Kostanay oblast
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Ahmet Yasawi manuscript found in Kokshetau museum

A unique manuscript of legendary Divani Khikmet text, written by Khoja Ahmet Yasawi was found in Kokshetau museum.

Ahmet Yasawi manuscript found in Kokshetau museum
Students take training on methods for testing pesticide contamination in fresh fruits
First International Food Safety Training Laboratory to teach 200 professionals per year

The Lab opened last month. Foreign students are taking training on methods for testing pesticide contamination in fresh fruits and produce.

First International Food Safety Training Laboratory to teach 200 professionals per year
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The flood-tolerant rice to be grown in Bangladesh

It was developed by the University of California and the International Rice Research Center in the Philippines. Other crops are under research.

The flood-tolerant rice to be grown in Bangladesh
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Remains of huge bird of Dinosaurs Age found in Kazakhstan

Remains of a huge bird that lived on Earth in Cretaceous geologic period at Dinosaurs Age were found at the territory of Kazakhstan.

Remains of huge bird of Dinosaurs Age found in Kazakhstan
Kazakh steppe emerged as a result of two meteorites
Kazakh steppe emerged as a result of two meteorites

Paleontologist Yevgeniy Yepanchev says that Kazakh steppe has come into existence as a result of the fall of two huge meteorites.

Kazakh steppe emerged as a result of two meteorites