The IAEA is organizing an international student competition inviting secondary school students aged between 14-18 to design and develop an original project on the use of digital technologies to support education in nuclear technology and its role in addressing climate change.
Climate change and nutrient pollution are driving the oxygen from our oceans, and threatening many species of fish.
A new treatment developed by Tel Aviv University could induce the destruction of pancreatic cancer cells, eradicating the number of cancerous cells by up to 90% after two weeks of daily injections of a small molecule known as PJ34.
A large-scale exhibition featuring Hungarian and European artwork has just opened in the National Art Centre in Tokyo.
The AFI Fest 2019 was held between November 14-21 in Los Angeles. We were there at the location.
Hungary’s disaster management authority OKF has sent a consignment including tents, camp beds, blankets and other care aid to Albania hit by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake and several aftershocks, its spokesman said.
The LEGO Group launched the 2019 #BuildtoGive Campaign with the aim of donating 1 million LEGO® sets to children who find themselves in difficult circumstances during the holiday season.
Toshiba Corp. has developed technology to detect 13 types of cancer from a single drop of blood with 99 percent accuracy, the company announced Monday.
CNN reports about a great achievement: “Hungarian scientists may have found a fifth force of nature.”
Venice has closed St Mark’s Square as the city suffered a third major flooding in less than a week, while rain lashed the rest of Italy and warnings were issued in Florence and Pisa.