Daily Archives: June 24, 2013

SOLARWORLD BRINGS SOLAR ENERGY TO WELLINGTON’S COMMERCIAL FARMING AND WINE SECTOR

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Bobcat Launches Expanded Range of Grading Solutions

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EU parliament support grows for carbon market rescue: climate boss

Politicians previously sceptical about the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) have sent out more favourable messages ahead of a crucial vote in the European Parliament next week, the European Union’s climate boss said on Monday.

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Manta rays are worth about $135 million more alive: research

A well managed tourism industry may be help maintain manta ray populations, according to researchers.

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Russia to send Olympic torch into space

An unlit Olympic torch will be sent into space ahead of the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi.

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Shale and solar could create bright future for SA: Mothlanthe

South Africa can become one of the fastest-growing economic hubs in the world if it exploits its natural resources, Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe said on Monday.

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Nigeria: Biotechnology Enhances Rice Production

[Daily Trust]Makurdi -Rice is a staple food in Nigeria. Consumers of rice in the country would be happier to patronize the locally produced grain if the variety is improved to meet international standard such that can compete favorably with the highly celebrated foreign rice.

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Cleaner air may have brought more storms

Pollution during the 20th century appears to have suppressed North Atlantic hurricanes

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Today's Best Science Fiction Writers Imagine The Future

Featured Artist: John Picacio

“Even as technology reduces burdens and eases struggles, the sum of humanity’s limits-and its eternal quest to exceed them-is what defines us as humans and makes life meaningful.” read more

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What Does Cancer Smell Like? New Devices Diagnose Patients By Scent

Sniff Test

This is a nose model the Oregon Healthy Authority uses for educational presentations. read more

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Thailand to build on thriving trade relations with SA

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5th Annual Retail Banking Africa 2013

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Absa plans palladium ETP

As its platinum fund leapfrogs rivals.

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Progress in the migration partnership between Switzerland and Nigeria, also in the area of asylum and returns

Switzerland and Nigeria have held talks on the migration partnership between the two countries, on the occasion of the visit to Switzerland of Nigerian Secretary of State Martin Uhomoibhi. The discussions covered joint activities and projects in various areas, such as police cooperation and cooperation with the Nigerian diaspora in the area of professional training. The action plan presented by Switzerland with regard to asylum and returns was accepted by Nigeria. read more

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