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Seed genes arose early in plant evolution, ferns reveal | Sciences

The appearance of seed-producing plants more than 300 million years ago was an evolutionary milestone that opened up new environments for plants, ultimately leading...

Energy efficiency scheme to help low-income households in England

UK housing providers get funding to improve the energy efficiency and insulation of low-income housing.

10 Games You Won’t Believe Your Mac M1 or M2 Can Play

Shahid Jamil/Shutterstock.com Even the humble base model M1 Macbook Air packs more punch than the previous generation of consoles, but it may still come as...

The 15th-century Baltic warship served as a “floating castle” for a fearless king

A 15th-century royal warship resting off the coast of Sweden once served as a "floating castle" for an intrepid king, according to new underwater...

Can animals feel hurricanes? Sharks are an example.

Weeks before we even think about sandbagging or boarding up windows to prevent hurricane damage, an...

Common approach ‘could save millions’

Bryson Recycling has called for a more common approach to waste recyclingStandardizing recycling collections in Northern Ireland could save councils millions, support jobs and...

Whale Safe project tests Ai-equipped buoys to reduce ship collisions

Artificial intelligence software that monitors sounds inside bright yellow buoys could reduce whale deaths by identifying whale species and pod locations. Scientists then...

Huge pipeline expansion is endangering the climate, report says

This story was originally published by The Guardians and is reproduced here as part of the climatic table collaboration. More...

Queensland Opens Negotiations for Federal Funding for World’s Largest Pumped-Hydro Project | queensland

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says she has had preliminary talks with Premier Anthony Albanese seeking federal backing for plans to build the world's largest...
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Hurricane Ian Traps Floridians Calling for Rescue as ‘Hundreds’ Fear Dead

The full scale of the disaster unleashed by Hurricane Ian in Florida began to emerge Thursday and hundreds of people are feared dead after...

Why are tomatoes the exception to rising food prices?

Amid rising food inflation, the price of tomatoes has been relatively stable.Since the beginning of the year, US tomato prices have fallen 2% from...

Visiting DMZ, Harris condemns North Korea’s missile ‘provocation’

Harris at the DMZ on Thursday met with US service members in a mess hall, received an operational briefing and visited an observation post...

People trapped, 2.5 million without power as Ian soaks Florida

By CURT ANDERSONAssociated PressST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Hurricane Ian left a trail of destruction across southwest Florida, trapping people in flooded homes,...