Conservation projects that protect forests and encourage a diversity of plants and animals can provide many benefits to humans, but a new study indicates that improved human health is not among those benefits, at least when health is measured through the lens of infectious disease.
An international conference on nano-science will be held in Iran's northern Alborz province next week, official IRNA news agency reported on Saturday.
After almost 20 years in space, NASA's Cassini spacecraft has successfully completed the first dive between Saturn and its rings, sending back the closest-ever views of Saturn's atmosphere after about 20 hours of being out of contact with Earth.
Picking one's nose is widely considered to be a bad habit and frowned upon. Not to mention eating snot!
The largest Cuban bio-electric plant with foreign investment for clean energy production began construction on Thursday in the central Cuban province of Ciego de Avila.
A Chinese naval fleet sailed through the Miyako Strait and carried out drills in the waters here Thursday.
Scientists carry out "body check" for Glacier No.1 in Tianshan Mountains
Chinese submersible retrieves seamount sample in South China Sea
G-Festival of Global Mobile Internet Conference kicks off
More Chinese tourists head for Belt and Road countries
Hungary's biggest dairy producer eyes big profits in China's milk market
The historic trade hub set for revival with the China-Pakistan Corridor
Trumponomics' first 100 days: ushering in pro-business climate, key reforms lagging
30th summit focuses on promoting ASEAN as model for regional integration, global player
Factory farms the future for Chinese scientists
More world efforts needed to achieve denuclearization on Korean Peninsula
Sisi, Abbas highlight two-state solution as only way for peace
Chinese president visits Finland, meets Trump in U.S.