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‘Space veggies’ grown in Dutch greenhouses

Establishing a human colony on the Moon and travelling to Mars has been the stuff of dreams since the dawn of the space age....

May 22, 2016, Sunday


Gripped by drought, Ethiopia drills for water

With Ethiopia in the grip of its worst drought in decades, the government has appealed for aid to help 10 million people living in Africa’s second most-populous nation....

April 23, 2016, Saturday


TCM wisdom to keep your tummy healthy this spring

FOR many, spring is a time for stom­ach trouble as harmful microbes start to bloom and shifting temperatures put strain on the digestive system. To keep your stomach and the rest of your digestive system ...

April 14, 2016, Thursday


The sun always shines in Californian startup hub

Better known for its palm trees and celebrities, Los Angeles is also emerging as a tech hub, with its so-called Silicon Beach area offering a sun-kissed alternative to Silicon Valley....

April 3, 2016, Sunday


As pollen and germs fill the air, TCM can help prevent allergies

FOR most of us, spring is a time to enjoy the awakening of nature, but for some, the season heralds rashes and itchiness. As an old Chinese saying goes, spring is the time for hundreds of grasses to sprout, ...

April 1, 2016, Friday


Yangtze River brings livelihood to central China

Li Shichao, a native of Wuhan on the Yangtze River, has always been fond of water and ships....

March 27, 2016, Sunday


Why sex can be a problem for the over-60s

A man who prefers to go by the pseudonym Zhang Jianxin was divorced six years ago because of family financial disputes. Now 63, Zhang is retired, living alone and still feeling his oats. He thought about ...

March 26, 2016, Saturday


Acidic oceans stifling coral growth: study

SCIENTISTS unveiled the first smoking-gun evidence on Wednesday that growing ocean acidity caused by global warming is already stifling growth of vital coral reefs. The decline of shallow water corals, ...

February 27, 2016, Saturday


Nuclear water: Fukushima still faces contamination crisis

Fish market vendor Satoshi Nakano knows which fish caught in the radiation tainted sea off the Fukushima coast should be kept away from dinner tables....

February 27, 2016, Saturday


DNA rice breakthrough raises hopes for ‘green revolution’

RICE-GROWING techniques learned through thousands of years of trial and error are about to be turbocharged with DNA technology in a breakthrough hailed by scientists as a potential second “green revolution.” ...

February 20, 2016, Saturday


 

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