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Former Australian chief scientist to head review of carbon credit scheme after whistleblower revelations

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The former Australian chief scientist and senior academic, Prof Ian Chubb, has been appointed to head a thorough review of Australia’s carbon credit scheme as experts escalate calls for a complete overhaul of the syst...

Sleep scientist Russell Foster: ‘I want to take the anxiety around sleep away’

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Born in Aldershot in 1959, Russell Foster is a professor of circadian neuroscience at Oxford and the director of the Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology. For his discovery of non-rod, non-cone ocular photoreceptors h...

We cannot adapt our way out of climate crisis, warns leading scientist

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The world cannot adapt its way out of the climate crisis, and counting on adaptation to limit damage is no substitute for urgently cutting greenhouse gases, a leading climate scientist has warned. Katharine Hayhoe, ch...

British scientist says US anti-abortion lawyers misused his work to attack Roe v Wade

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A University College London scientist has accused lawyers in the US of misusing his groundbreaking work on the brain to justify the dismantling of Roe v Wade, the landmark ruling that legalised abortion nationally in ...

Nasa climate research scientist awarded World Food prize

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A Nasa climate research scientist who has spent much of her career explaining how global food production must adapt to a changing climate was awarded the World Food prize on Thursday. Cynthia Rosenzweig, an agronomist...

Fungi seeks similar: scientist investigates mushroom ‘chat’

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Buried in forest litter or sprouting from trees, fungi might give the impression of being silent and relatively self-contained organisms, but a new study suggests they may be champignon communicators. Mathematical ana...

Ukraine scientist ‘profoundly let down’ by UK after seven-week visa wait

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A Ukrainian scientist who works for a top British university says she feels “profoundly let down” by the UK government after waiting seven weeks for a visa while Russians bombed the area near her home in Odesa. Olena ...

Stem cell research: meet the scientist growing ‘mini guts’ in her lab

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Vivian Li likes to grow things. Apart from cultivating vegetables and caring for her chickens, she’s been nurturing “mini-organs” – tiny versions of organs derived from a patient’s own stem cells – in her lab at the F...

Great Barrier Reef hit by sixth mass bleaching event, leading coral scientist says

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One of the world’s leading coral scientists claims a sixth mass bleaching event is unfolding across the Great Barrier Reef, with official monitoring flights now under way all along the Queensland coastline. The Great ...

‘This is a fossil fuel war’: Ukraine’s top climate scientist speaks out

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For Svitlana Krakovska, Ukraine’s leading climate scientist, it was meant to be the week where eight years of work culminated in a landmark UN report exposing the havoc the climate crisis is causing the world. But the...

World faces ‘bumpy, difficult’ Covid transition, says senior scientist

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Tensions in societies around the world over the current Covid situation are going to be very difficult to handle, one of Britain’s most senior scientific figures has warned. Sir Jeremy Farrar, the director of the Well...

superando las estimaciones, ya que se benefició de la alta demanda de iPhone en China y soportó las limitaciones causadas por las interrupciones en la cadena de suministro y la variante Omicron

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superando las estimaciones, ya que se benefició de la alta demanda de iPhone en China y soportó las limitaciones causadas por las interrupciones en la cadena de suministro y la variante Omicron 50 hace años que. superando las estimaciones, ya que se benefició de la alta demanda de iPhone en China y soportó las limitaciones causadas por las interrupciones en la cadena de suministro y la variante Omicron, superando las estimaciones, ya que se benefició de la alta demanda de iPhone en China y soportó las limitaciones causadas por las interrupciones en la cadena de suministro y la variante Omicron.

GSK’s top scientist jumps ship in new blow for pharmaceutical firm

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Pharmaceuticals company GSK’s chief scientific officer is jumping ship, dealing a blow to the drugmaker as it seeks to rebuild its pipeline of new medicines and gears up for a corporate split in the summer. Hal Barron...

As a scientist commenting on Covid I’ve attracted a lot of haters – I won’t let them silence me

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On Christmas Eve I received an email to let me know I’d been added to the “accused” list on a website called Nuremberg NZ. “Kind regards”, ended the sender. Those behind Nuremberg NZ want people like me to have “thier...

Científico de China se declara culpable de robar secreto comercial de Monsanto

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Un ciudadano chino se declaró culpable de conspirar para robar un secreto comercial del gigante estadounidense de la agroindustria Monsanto., dijo el departamento de justicia de Estados Unidos. Xiang Haitao, 44, fue contratado como científico de imágenes por Monsanto ...

Britain got it wrong on Covid: long lockdown did more harm than good, dice científico

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There was a distinctive moment, at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, that neatly encapsulated the mistakes and confusion of Britain’s early efforts to tackle the disease, says Mark Woolhouse. At a No 10 briefing in ...

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