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Plans to expand a petrochemical plant in eastern China have been shelved after days of protests.
A project to help track Arctic climate change using volunteers to transcribe U.S. ship logs online was launched on Wednesday by the National Archives and the National Oceanic and
Global warming just spun more out of control than thought. As much as 44 billion tons of nitrogen and 850 billion tons of carbon stored in the frozen wastes of Arctic could be released
Technology companies are the new publishing power-brokers, so traditional players like Penguin and Random House have to hatch a new plan,
The political comeback of David Laws is on, but the new junior education minister doesn't appear to be any wiser
China will allow distributed photovoltaic solar power producers to be connected to the national grid free of charge to support the renewable-energy industry.
His case highlights the new, ‘enhanced’ reality of pro sports.
The ostrich-like dinosaurs that roamed the Earth millions of years ago were adorned with feathers, used to attract a mate or protect offspring rather than for flight, according to the findings
In a how-come-no-one-thought-of-this-before move, an English language testing giant has turned its student database into a direct marketing tool for colleges.