Reuters - Light News Video Online (July 31, 2015) A London zoo keeper takes the role of surrogate mother to help raise a baby sloth, hand-rearing it with the help of a special teddy bear. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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AP (Apr. 8, 2014) Scientists in a London hospital are growing noses, ears and blood vessels in a bold attempt to make body parts using stem cells. The lab is among several around the world working on the futuristic ... watch video
Deutsche Welle (Oct. 13, 2013) An increasing number of antibiotics is proving less effective and developing new drugs is not lucrative for the pharmaceuticals industry. Now there's help from a relatively young scientific ... watch video
Reuters - Business Video Online (June 4, 2014) Saudi Arabia's date industry is under threat, unless an infestation of the red weevil beetle that destroys many valuable palm trees is brought under control. Ciara Sutton reports.
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Reuters - US Online Video (May 14, 2015) More than 12 million trees are estimated to have died in California's drought this year, but the situation is being made even worse by a new pest, the native bark beetle. Mana Rabiee reports.
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AFP (June 3, 2016) Teeming with wildlife, Poland's majestic Bialowieza fprest is one of the largest remaining parts of the primeval forest that once covered the European plain. But today, this peaceful haven is the ... watch video
Howdini (Oct. 9, 2013) If your immature squash plants are turning brown and rotting on the vine, you may have a pollination issue. Fine Gardening's Danielle Sherry shows Fine Cooking's Sarah Breckenridge how to ensure a ... watch video
Aug. 29, 2016 Scientists have developed an artificial metalloenzyme that catalyses a reaction inside of cells without equivalent in nature. This could be a prime example for creating new ... read more
Aug. 26, 2016 Several species of bacteria found in smokeless tobacco products have been associated with opportunistic infections, according to a new paper. An estimated 8 million people use smokeless tobacco ... read more
Aug. 24, 2016 Since concern about widespread honey bee colony losses began ten years ago, there have been surveys carried out to assess winter losses in North America and many European countries. So far, the ... read more
Aug. 26, 2016 How genes in our DNA are expressed into traits within a cell is a complicated mystery with many players, the main suspects being chemical. However, a new study has demonstrated that external ... read more
Aug. 26, 2016 A new study will help researchers understand the ways that marine animal larvae use sound as a cue to settle on coral reefs. The study has determined that sounds created by ... read more
Aug. 26, 2016 Researchers found that the specialist moth Heliothis subflexa benefits from secondary plant components by turning the original defensive function of these compounds into its ... read more
May 25, 2016 A host-specific parasitic wasp so new and obscure that it doesn't even have a common name -- known only by its scientific name Spathius galinae -- has been approved for release to help control ... read more
July 15, 2015 A team of Japanese scientists found and described a new species of scarab beetle from Cambodia. The beetle was named after Venus -- the Roman goddess of beauty and love -- to complement a previously ... read more