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1. learning | 03 Jan 2014
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» Those 52 scientists and tourists stuck on a Russian research ship in the Antarctic for ten days have now been rescued by a helicopter from a Chinese icebreaker
2. news | 18 Dec 2014
» SYDNEY - Environmental activist group Sea Shepherd said on Thursday it confronted a ship known for poaching Patagonian toothfish and other rare species in the Antarctic, part of its efforts to target illegal fishing in t...
3. news | 08 Jan 2015
» TOKYO - Japanese whaling ships set sail for the Antarctic on Thursday on the look out for whales, but only to count them and take skin samples, after a UN court ordered an end to the annual hunt.
4. learning | 14 May 2014
» Scientist say ice is melting in the western Antarctic at an unstoppable pace, bad news for Thai coastal areas already experiencing significant erosion.
5. learning | 24 Dec 2012
» Antarctic ice appears to be melting much faster than previously thought, increasing the danger of the eventual flooding of low-lying coastal cities (e.g., Bangkok).
6. news | 02 Jan 2015
» A ship abandoned by its crew and left drifting with 450 migrants on board reached Italy's jagged southern coast on Friday, ending the second gruelling "ghost ship" rescue operation this week.
7. news | 13 Dec 2014
» Pathum Thani residents looking to lure rats destroying their bamboo shoots caught the wrong target when a baby kangaroo got stuck in one of their traps.
8. news | 09 Jan 2015
» SYDNEY - Environmental activist group Sea Shepherd said Friday it has been chasing a "poaching" ship for three weeks amid heavy ice flows in an attempt to stop the crew from illegal fishing in the Southern Ocean.
9. news | 07 Jan 2015
» The four key ministries tackling the country's economic problems are getting only 0.2% of the state's research budget in 2015, the Thailand Development and Research Institute (TDRI) says.
10. learning | 21 Nov 2012
» Research in Netherlands shows how food research can add value to the crops that farmers grow.