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Fashion for the future: London students present sustainable designs

08 Jun 2019

LONDON Clothes grown from slime mould and tupperware handbags were among the environmentally-friendly designs and ideas presented by fashion graduates at a London arts school on Friday. | Video

Seventy-five years on, what can D-Day map reveal?

04 Jun 2019

SOUTHWICK, England Seventy-five years ago, at Southwick House on Britain's southern coast, Allied commanders stood in front of a floor-to-ceiling wall map, planning the largest seaborne invasion in history: the D-Day landings in Normandy. | Video

Scientists to swap dusty old kilogram for something more stable

13 Nov 2018

LONDON, After years of nursing a sometimes dusty cylinder of metal in a vault outside Paris as the global reference for modern mass, scientists are updating the definition of the kilogram. | Video

Tech breakthrough offers early warning system for heart attacks

04 Oct 2018

OXFORD, England A new method of analyzing images from CT scans can predict which patients are at risk of a heart attack years before it occurs, researchers say. | Video

Blood, sweat and accessories: artist recycles bodily fluids for fashion

20 Jun 2018

LONDON Struggling to make your fashion more personal? No sweat. A London fashion student can help you decorate your attire with crystal accessories formed from your bodily excretions. | Video

Fifth of plant types at risk as farms, logging expand

10 May 2016

LONDON One in five types of plant worldwide is at risk of extinction from threats such as farming and logging that are wrecking many habitats, a first global overview of plant life said on Tuesday.

A week after Vanuatu cyclone, some homeless still await help

20 Mar 2015

PORT VILA, Vanuatu Nearly 400 people left homeless by a cyclone that battered the tiny Pacific nation of Vanuatu said on Friday they are not getting enough emergency aid a week on from the monster storm. | Video

A week after Vanuatu cyclone, some homeless still await help

20 Mar 2015

PORT VILA, Vanuatu Nearly 400 people left homeless by a cyclone that battered the tiny Pacific nation of Vanuatu said on Friday they are not getting enough emergency aid a week on from the monster storm.

A week after Vanuatu cyclone, some homeless still await help

20 Mar 2015

PORT VILA, Vanuatu Nearly 400 people left homeless by a cyclone that battered the tiny Pacific nation of Vanuatu said on Friday they are not getting enough emergency aid a week on from the monster storm.

Clarke backed by predecessors as World Cup nears

06 Nov 2014

SYDNEY Australia's three World Cup-winning captains are unified in their belief that under-fire skipper Michael Clarke is the right man to lead the team to a potential fifth tournament victory next March.

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