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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 the 10 million people living in Africa's second most-populous nation.

Drought helps predict how climate change might affect an endangered species

Drought helps predict how climate change might affect an endangered species

A Guide to Tap Water's Weird Flavors

Why Does My Water Taste Like …? Science Explains

The Most Brazen Rip-Off Ever? How the Beverage Industry Brainwashed You to Fear Tap Water

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Building for Egypt's First Female Pharaoh Discovered

An autographed original portrait of Albert Einstein, taken by famous photographer Yousuf Karsh, is up for auction.

Killerwalrus

A team of scientists using techniques from the field of dentistry is shedding new light on the evolution of walruses, fur seals and sea lions. The researchers compiled further evidence against the ancient "killer walrus" theory.

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Prove How Much You Know About "Star Wars"

Endangered venomous mammal predates dinosaurs' extinction, study confirms | Geology Page

Endangered venomous mammal predates dinosaurs' extinction, study confirms: Researchers have sequenced the mitochondrial genome of the endangered solenodon, a venomous insectivore that diverged from other living mammals 78 million years ago.

Oyster hatchery sows pearls of wisdom on climate change

But to Bill Mook, the black box in the basement of his oyster hatchery is every bit as fundamental as the basic facilities and structures .

Electronic micro labs control chemical processes from the inside

Chemists at the Ruhr-Universität Bochum, together with their project partners, have developed tiny electronic components that can control chemical processes from the inside. These micro labs are 140 x 140 x 60 micrometres .

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