Iran's approach to the United Arab Emirates will change, Chairman of the Chiefs of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Baqeri said Sunday, after a deal between the Arab state and Israel on normalizing ties.
The United Nations is adopting a more “even-handed approach” on Syria, says a political commentator, adding that the course of events is turning in favor of Damascus not only on the battlefield but also in the diplomatic arena.
Researchers at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have discovered that a combination of immune checkpoint blockade and targeted therapies that block normal DNA damage repair (DDR) achieved significant tumor regression in mouse models of small cell lung cancer (SCLC), suggesting a promising new approach for treating patients with this aggressive cancer.
A British plastics injection company, Great Central Plastics Ltd., has adopted an eco-friendly approach to its production by manufacturing over 300,000 units from 100 percent recyclable materials for a large household products firm.
A new method for projecting how the temperature will respond to human impacts supports the outlook for substantial global warming throughout this Century — but also indicates that, in many regions, warming patterns are likely to vary significantly from those estimated by widely used computer models.
At the launch of the report, Opportunities and Challenges for Research on Food and Nutrition Security and Agriculture in Europe, this morning at the Palais des Académies in Brussels, the European national science academies along with the InterAcademy Partnership called for European policy-makers to urgently re-think their approach to food and agriculture.
If you’re one of the millions of people concerned about the growing pressures that our food habits are placing on the environment, then you’ve probably felt confused, conflicted or downright overwhelmed by your own food choices on more than a few occasions.
A type of battery first invented nearly five decades ago could catapult to the forefront of energy storage technologies, thanks to a new finding by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and other institutions.
Researchers, led by a Purdue University anthropology professor, have found that statistical methods and 3D imaging can be used to accurately measure animal bone cut marks made by prehistoric human butchery, and to help answer pressing questions about human evolution.