Britain's cuckoo population is in sharp decline, so ornithologists have tracked five migrating birds to try to find out why
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Tens of thousands of demonstrators march through Prague to voice their anger over spending cuts, tax rises and corruption
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The criminal charges against Kim Dotcom in the United States may never get to trial, the judge overseeing the case has told the FBI.
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Aside from the well-intentioned efforts of a few notable companies, Earth Day often serves as a launchpad for misguided, ill-conceived and downright counterproductive green-themed pitches. Here are some of this year's worst.
A direct comparison between human graders and software designed to score student essays achieved virtually identical levels of accuracy, with the software in some cases proving to be more reliable, a groundbreaking study has found.
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With soaring human populations and rapid climate change putting unprecedented pressure on species, conservationists must look to innovative strategies — from creating migratory corridors to preserving biodiversity hotspots — if we are to prevent countless animals and plants from heading to extinction.