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· May, 2007

Stories about Science from May, 2007

Russia: Export of Bio Specimens Banned

Russia bans export of biological specimens, Siberian Light reports.

Bulgaria: Academy of Sciences Tour

Sofia's Hidden Beauty tours the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

China: Splitting hairs over stem cells

Stem cell research—it's an old topic, but it's also a top topic, at least for today as two key Chinese public intellectuals—one a tv news personality and the other a...

Mali: revisiting traditional medicine

Timbuktu Chronicles: Revisiting traditional medicine; “In the capital Bamako there is a laboratory where researchers spend their working days studying the medicinal effects of plants brought in from around the...

Make sure you grow while you sleep!

Make sure you grow while you sleep! Tall people are popular in Korea. Korean parents and young people are always keen on finding methods of being taller. A blogger introduces...

Belarus: Struve Geodetic Arc

TOL's Belarus writes about Struve Geodetic Arc, which was biult in the 19th century “as a part of the first scientific attempt to establish the exact size and shape of...

Ukraine: Chernobyl Scholar Serhiy Mirnyi

On April 26, the 21st anniversary of the Chernobyl catastrophy, MoldovAnn talked to Serhiy Mirnyi – “a writer, scientist, and commander of radiation reconnaissance platoon in Chornobyl in 1986.”

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