Read more about the article China Announces Completion Of World’s Longest Arch Bridge As It Opens For Traffic
The world's largest arch bridge is completed and opens to traffic in Hechi, Guangxi, China, undated. It is a two-way, four-lane bridge with a total length of 2,488.55 meters. (Guangxi Transportation/AsiaWire)

China Announces Completion Of World’s Longest Arch Bridge As It Opens For Traffic

China has unveiled the world's longest arch bridge which it said combines groundbreaking technology with science as it officially opened to traffic. The Tian'e Longtan Bridge, a steel-reinforced concrete arch…

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Read more about the article Ukrainian Museum Exhibit Allows Visitors To Sink Russian Warship Destroyed During Fighting
Photo shows Moskva moored in Sevastopol Bay in 2012. Moskva is the lead ship of the Project 1164 Atlant class of guided missile cruisers in the Russian Navy. (CEN)

Ukrainian Museum Exhibit Allows Visitors To Sink Russian Warship Destroyed During Fighting

These images show how a museum in Ukraine is allowing its visitors to sink a model of the Russian warship 'Moskva'. The footage, filmed at the Lviv Museum of Science…

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Read more about the article Lettuces Absorb Toxins Released From Tyre Wear, Says Study
Image shows the actual experimental setup in which the researchers added tyre abrasion to the nutrient solutions of lettuce plants, undated photo. Austrian researchers from the University of Vienna found out that lettuce takes up toxic additives from tyre wear. (Gabriel Sigmund/Newsflash)

Lettuces Absorb Toxins Released From Tyre Wear, Says Study

A new scientific study has shown that highly toxic chemicals from tyre wear get absorbed by lettuces through sewage sludge and waste water. Researchers at the Centre for Microbiology and…

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Read more about the article Amazing Footage Shows How Coral Survived Despite Being Centimetres From Palma Volcano Lava
Divers explore the area of the eruption of the La Palma volcano, in Spain, that formed several lava deltas, in Spain, almost a year after the eruption, undated. The maritime activity of fish, urchins, crustaceans, and algae in the area has been restored. (CSIC/Newsflash)

Amazing Footage Shows How Coral Survived Despite Being Centimetres From Palma Volcano Lava

These images show how coral off the island of the Spanish island of Palma de Majorca has miraculously survived despite being just centimetres from lava from the volcano that erupted…

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Read more about the article Ancient Tombs Reveal Opium Use 2,300 Years Ago
Photo shows artefacts unearthed during the excavations at the Tel Yehud site in Israel, undated photo. A new study by the Israel Antiquities Authority, Tel Aviv University and The Weizmann Institute of Science has revealed the earliest known evidence of the use of the hallucinogenic drug opium, and psychoactive drugs in general, in the world. (Israel Antiquities Authority/Newsflash)

Ancient Tombs Reveal Opium Use 2,300 Years Ago

Ceramic vessels discovered in ancient tombs in Israel have revealed the world's earliest evidence of opium use dating back more than 2,300 years. The images show the opium paraphernalia from…

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Read more about the article Different Strategies Needed To Protect Different Bee types Finds UK Study
Great yellow bumblebee (Bombus distinguendus) on Centaurea nigra. (Pieter Haringsma/Newsflash)

Different Strategies Needed To Protect Different Bee types Finds UK Study

A study using 10 years of citizen science data from the Bumblebee Conservation Trust’s BeeWalk scheme has found that a variety of targeted conservation approaches are needed to protect UK…

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Read more about the article Uni Student Died Of Cardiac Arrest At Degree Joy
Egyptian student Mubarak Hussein Sayed Abdel-Jalil poses in an undated photo. He died of a heart attack after learning he had passed his exams at South Valley University in Qena, Egypt. (Newsflash)

Uni Student Died Of Cardiac Arrest At Degree Joy

A university student apparently died of joy after hearing how he had passed his final exams with flying colours. Mubarak Hussein Sayed Abdel-Jalil, 22, had recently sat his finals at…

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Read more about the article New Stem Cell Research Could Cure Baldness
The back of the head of a male with no hair, in an undated photo. New research into factors that control the life and death of hair follicle cells could help people with baldness, as well as wound healing, according to researchers from the University of California, Riverside in CA, USA. (Helpaeatcontu/Newsflash)

New Stem Cell Research Could Cure Baldness

Scientists may have rooted out a discovery that could put an end to baldness. This is according to a study - published in Biophysical Journal - that has revealed that…

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Read more about the article SpaceX Launches Its 25th Resupply Mission To The International Space Station
Liftoff of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, carrying the Cargo Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station on the 14th of July 2022 in Florida, USA. (NASA's Kennedy Space Center/Newsflash)

SpaceX Launches Its 25th Resupply Mission To The International Space Station

SpaceX has achieved a new milestone and the launch of its 25th resupply mission to the International Space Station. The footage was obtained from NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC), which…

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Read more about the article Poor Women Get Heart Attacks Earlier Than Wealthy, Says Study
The main building of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna where researchers have revealed that poor people suffer heart attack earlier than rich people. (OAW/Newsflash)

Poor Women Get Heart Attacks Earlier Than Wealthy, Says Study

Poor women suffer heart attacks almost six years earlier than rich women, a new study has revealed. Scientists behind the research say women on low incomes lack the health choices…

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