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Tokyo University is the most prestigious institution in Japan. Students prepare years to pass the entrance exam. It trains prime ministers, judges and Nobel Prize winning scientists. Yet only 1 in 5 -- yes, you read that right -- undergraduates are women

The 18,000-year-old body of a near perfectly preserved puppy found in Siberia has left scientists puzzled

Scientists roll out birth-control pill that needs to be taken just once a month

Scientists from under-represented racial and ethnic minority groups had the smallest chances of being selected and invited to speak at geoscience's biggest meeting.

PM Modi visits supercomputer facility in Pune, meets scientists

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"What we need is for emissions to decline, not to rise slowly." Scientists warn we're losing time to make the drastic reductions needed to avert a climate catastrophe.

Antarctic scientists' brains SHRINKS by up to 10% after being cooped up for 14 months in an isolated polar ice station

The data collected from NISAR mission will reveal information about the evolution and state of Earth's crust, help scientists better understand our planet's processes and changing climate, and aid future resource and hazard management.

Scientists discovered 71 new species this year. Here are some of their favorites

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It’s quite right that students and today's younger generation should have serious concerns about the climate crisis and its effect on the environment. They are being very realistic about the future. They see we need to listen to scientists. We should encourage them.

SCIENTISTS: “We’ve produced the first-ever image of a supermassive Black Hole, 55-million light years away” RESPONSE: “Oooh!” SCIENTISTS: “We’ve concluded that humans are catastrophically warming Earth” RESPONSE: “That conflicts with what I want to be true, so it must be false”

More than 11,000 scientists from around the world declare a "climate emergency"

Today, the greatest threat of extinction we face is not asteroids or climate change or disease or famine. It’s society’s refusal to heed the warnings of scientists.

"When scientists say bears are going extinct, I want people to realize what it looks like," says photographer Paul Nicklen

India is proud of our scientists! They’ve given their best and have always made India proud. These are moments to be courageous, and courageous we will be! Chairman@isro  gave updates on Chandrayaan-2. We remain hopeful and will continue working hard on our space programme.

If someone's political stance requires preventing scientists from informing you about your own planet, that's not politics, it's oppression.

Scientists warn that constant fear and anger are bad for our health, while being compassionate and warm-hearted contributes to our physical and mental well-being. Therefore, just as we observe physical hygiene to stay well, we need to cultivate a kind of emotional hygiene too.

Oh great a female Doctor Who. What next? Female real doctors? Female pilots? Female scientists? Female sisters and mothers? Female WOMEN?!

Scientists & engineers launched “InSight” from Earth (a moving platform) across 300million miles to arrive where Mars (a moving target) will be seven months later, landing safely to do geophysics at the Martian equator. And you have a problem listening to us about climate change?

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