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MPs ask UNESCO to help in science ... Infertility soon to be history ... Bad memory can be inherited ... Grief can kill ... Weird creature ...

Genes make the fat hungry

Fat people should not be held to blame for their big appetites, a leading U.S. expert said.

Glaciers melt on mountains

ENTEBBE - The ice on Africa’s highest mountains are fast melting due to increases in temperatures, leading climate scientists have said.

British cats to get kidney transplants

The British Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) has for the first time in history approved kidney transplants for cats, a leading newspaper has...

Uganda expects earthquakes

ON February 27, 2003 scientists in Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), detected earthquakes that made them suspect that the nearby Mt. Nyamuragira...

Bedbugs develop resistance to insecticide-treated...

A team of British and Tanzanian researchers have discovered that bedbugs are developing resistance to the insecticide used to treat the bed-nets that provide...

Cloned sheep Dolly, dies prematurely

Dolly the cloned sheep has died. The news was confirmed on Friday by the Roslin Institute, the Scottish research centre which created her.

German scientist focuses on five possible...

Hamburg— German space experts said Sunday the inquiry into the space shuttle Columbia disaster would focus on the heat shield, with damage to insulation...

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Disaster: NASA was warned

On February 1, the U.S. space shuttle Columbia disintegrated while returning to Earth, killing all seven astronauts on board. As investigations into possible...

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Prince William honors two Ugandan...

Prince William, who is also Duke of Cambridge, handed Obwona the Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award for his dedication as a ranger protecting the wildlife of Murchison Falls National Park.