Scientists under the guidance of Mosaic (Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate) mission will attempt a round-the-year expedition of the North Pole or the Arctic Pole to study climate patterns, especially the rapid melting of ice on the pole.
Scientists to attempt North Pole expedition to study climate change
Iran has spent $266 million on the education of foreign nationals in the country, said the head of the Education Ministry's Office for International Affairs.
400,000 foreign students study in Iran
A toyshop owner in Turkey's central Anatolian province Konya is offering presents to children under the age of 11 who read the Arabic and Turkish interpretations of the Surah Al-Asr from the Qur’an.
Turkish toy store owner launches holy book campaign for children
A rural residential community is not the right site to be testing this technology, said Naomi Joyce, a solicitor from Appley Bridge, Lancashire, in northwest of England. Born and raised in the village, Joyce helped to lead its fight against a proposed waste-to-fuel plant, which had hoped to convert up to 6,000 tons of plastic rubbish into diesel, gasoline and other products each year.
Campaigners reject plastics-to-fuel projects
Demand for organic food is at its highest for more than a decade in the UK, according to major retailers.
Organic food sales soar in UK
Scientists believe they have found a way to erase painful memories from the mind — helping addicts cope with drug abuse and enabling soldiers to overcome post-traumatic stress disorder.
Scientists find way to erase painful memories
The air Indians breathe is turning more toxic by the day and an average of two deaths take place daily due to air pollution, said a new study.
Two Indians die every minute due to air pollution
Detroit came in last in a quality-of-life study of the 150 most populated US cities. The study, by personal finance site WalletHub, rated Brownsville, Texas and Memphis just above Detroit.
Detroit ranked 150th among 150 US cities
The rise of fake news has dominated the world of politics since the last US election cycle. But fake news is not at all new in the world of science, notes University of Wisconsin-Madison Life Sciences Communication Professor Dominique Brossard.
How science should respond to fake news
Research shows they are 16 percent more likely than women to suffer advanced vision loss after being diagnosed with glaucoma.
Males at risk of glaucoma fail to seek early medical attention

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