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Detained Mossad agents planned to kill Iran’s nuclear scientists: Judiciary official
An Iranian judiciary official said the three agents working for the Israeli Mossad spy agency, who were arrested in April, were planning to assassinate Iranian nuclear scientists.
Iran to UN: US senator ‘inciting terror’ by encouraging Israel to assassinate scientists
Iran strongly denounced recent comments by an American senator who encouraged Israel to assassinate more Iranian scientists, saying the remarks amount to incitement to terrorism, which is a flagrant violation of international law.
Iranian scientists’ assassinations not to go unpunished: Official
An Iranian human rights official warned the perpetrators of assassinations of Iran’s nuclear scientists that their crimes will not go unpunished.
Scientists develop a camera that's 'the size of a grain of salt'!
Scientists in the United States have developed a tiny camera that they say is "the size of a coarse grain of salt".
Scientists can now make vanilla flavoring out of old plastic bottles
Man, who doesn’t like vanilla ice cream. Some might say it’s a boring flavor, but sometimes the simplest things just are the best.
Scientists use weather radar tech to watch storms of microbes brew inside cells
Scientists are using a radar-like weather system to watch as a storm of pathogens brew inside living tissue.
AI conquers challenge of 1980s platform games
Scientists have come up with a computer program that can master a variety of 1980s exploration games, paving the way for more self-sufficient robots.
Scientists unveil first clone of endangered black-footed ferret
The US Fish and Wildlife Service announced the successful cloning of a black-footed ferret – the first time an endangered US animal has been cloned.
Top scientists call for universal coronavirus vaccine
The prestigious journal Science published an editorial calling for a global effort to develop a universal coronavirus vaccine that would remain effective against other members of the same virus family that might cross over to humans.
Haunting music of whale song is an ocean of untapped seismic data, scientists say
The way that the songs of fin whales echo back from the seabed could become a useful tool for scientists studying the sediment and rock that make up Earth's crust, according to new research carried out in the northeast Pacific Ocean.
In a weird twist, scientists discover Venus flytraps generate little magnetic fields
The Venus flytrap (Dionaea muscipula) is already a fascinating enough plant, but scientists have discovered something else amazing about it: It generates measurable magnetic fields as its leaves snap shut.
Noise pollution is harming sea life, needs to be prioritized, scientists say
Far beneath the ocean surface, a cacophony of industrial noise is disrupting marine animals’ ability to mate, feed and even evade predators, scientists warn.
Scientists develop new, minimally invasive way to uncover more about what sharks eat
As it turns out, poop can tell you a lot about a shark's diet.
The Neanderthal secrets hidden in a Channel Islands cave
UK-based scientists have discovered the strongest physical evidence ever found for Neanderthal humans interbreeding with our own species, anatomically modern humans (AMH).
Scientists discover how remdesivir works to inhibit coronavirus
More effective antiviral treatments could be on the way after research from the University of Texas at Austin sheds new light on the COVID-19 antiviral drug remdesivir, the only treatment of its kind currently approved in the US for the coronavirus.

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