Rather than rely on petroleum for creating plastics, Hong Kong researchers extracted succinic acid from cookies and croissants.
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Charles Jencks's playful sculpture celebrates the human habit of seeing figures in the landscape
A small group of scholars, students and local residents of Shanghai are standing up to save their dialect,Shanghainese, which traces its roots to one of China's oldest spoken languages, from extinction.
A woman wearing a headscarf presented the news on Egyptian state TV on Sunday, breaking a code of secular dress that for decades effectively barred the wearing of Islamic head coverings.
China's vast manufacturing sector has been badly hit by slowing new orders, two complementary surveys showed, a sign that the pace of growth in the world's second-largest economy will
Syrian rebels said they planted bombs inside the Syrian army's General Staff headquarters in central Damascus on Sunday as President Bashar al-Assad's forces bulldozed buildings to the
Investigation puts British government under spotlight for allowing members of former Egyptian dictatorship to retain assets in UK
Despite stagnant wages for the majority of U.S. workers, making a six-figure salary without earning a college degree can be achieved.
A kiwi-designed device which generates electricity by ocean wave power is one step closer to breaking into the massive US energy market.
China's banks are coming after the country's steel traders, hauling executives into court to chase down loans that some traders said they didn't initially need and can't now repay.