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Aziz Sancar, Turkey’s 2015 Nobel laureate in chemistry, emphasized the necessity of science education at early ages, specifically asking peoples living in the country’s east and southeast to send their young girls to school
A Turkish-American DNA scientist is among the three names to win this year’s Nobel Prize in chemistry, the award-giving body announced on Oct. 7
NEW DELHI - Reuters
India launched its first space research observatory and several U.S. satellites Sept. 28, part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s drive to expand his country’s influence in the competitive, $300 billion global space industry
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Turkey is advancing at full speed to launch the country’s first domestic electric car, with plans to present the latest developments to ministers within the week, Technology Minister Fikri Işık said Oct. 6.
WASHINGTON - Agence France-Presse
Skygazers were treated to a rare astronomical event yesterday when a swollen “supermoon” and lunar eclipse combined for the first time in decades, showing Earth’s satellite bathed in blood-red light
STOCKHOLM - Agence France-Presse
Takaaki Kajita of Japan and Arthur McDonald of Canada were awarded the Nobel Physics Prize on Oct. 6 for resolving a mystery about neutrinos, a fundamental but enigmatic particle.
SYDNEY, Australia - Agence France-Presse
One Australian woman decided to dispatch a "robot" to do the queueing for the release on Sept.25 of Apple's new device in Sydney.
STOCKHOLM/LONDON - Reuters
Three scientists from Japan, China and Ireland whose discoveries led to the development of potent new drugs against parasitic diseases such as malaria and elephantiasis won the Nobel Prize for Medicine on Oct.5.
PARIS – Agence France-Presse
For the first time in decades, stargazers are in for the double spectacle of a swollen “super moon” bathed in the blood-red light of a total eclipse on Sept. 28.
LONDON - Doğan News Agency
Some 92 percent of the world’s population lives in areas where a connection service of 2G or better is accessible, but four billion people still remain offline, according to a recent report
An increasing number of users in social media platforms and online communities make it all the more difficult to stay authentic, bringing back another paradox: Parody is becoming the new authenticity
CAPE CANAVERAL – The Associated Press
Briny water flows during the summer months on Mars, raising the possibility that the planet long thought to be arid could support life today, scientists analyzing data from a NASA spacecraft said Sept. 28
SAN FRANCISCO - Agence France-Presse
Facebook, pressed for years by users to add a "dislike" button, announced Sept. 15 it was working on the feature and will be testing it soon
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