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Seat to stop making cars
The company will stop producing cars due to a significant decline in sales.
10 September 15:35
Japan sets launch date for country’s first lunar spacecraft
Japan plans to launch its H-IIA rocket on September 7.
5 September 17:07
78 people injured as Typhoon Haikui hits Taiwan
Emergency services reported 78 people injured or missing in Taiwan after Typhoon Haikui ripped across the island.
5 September 16:37
Flooding in Spain: heavy rain leaves Madrid flooded
The torrential rain that hit the country literally turned streets into rivers in Madrid, Castile, Catalonia, and Valencia. Hail also fell in some areas.
5 September 16:11
Innovative robotic ‘hand’ can help musicians recover from neurotrauma
Scientists have developed an automatic ‘smart hand’ to help musicians who have had a stroke.
5 September 15:49
Fragments of ancient continents hiding under Antarctica
A team of German and British scientists has identified the remnants of long-lost continents beneath the ice of Antarctica.
5 September 15:48
Several cities found around Jerusalem may be part of King David’s kingdom
New evidence could help scientists determine if David truly ruled over a large empire or it is just a Biblical tale without historical proof.
4 September 17:05
Birds and honey badgers team up to steal honey from bees
Scientists conducted over 400 interviews with representatives of African tribes. It turned out that more than 60 percent of honey-hunters in Tanzania witnessed birds and honey badgers working together to steal honey and beeswax.
4 September 16:10
Scientists predict “population correction”
Although the global population growth is slowing down, the world’s population is expected to reach 10 billion people.
4 September 13:56
Driverless cars biased against two groups of people, experts say
Scientists from King’s College London have reported pedestrian detection issues in driverless cars.
4 September 12:34
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