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War cheaper, more popular than ever

Far from the planet becoming more peaceful, the frequency of wars between states has increased steadily from 1870 by 2 percent a year on average. A new study by researchers at the University of Warwick and Humboldt University argues that the rise in conflicts is being fed by economic growth and the proliferation of new […]

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Shortage of medical isotopes at crisis point




Radioactive isotopes are used to perform tens of millions of medical scans and treatments every year, but scientists at this week’s Meeting of the American Chemical Society said a global shortage of these materials will likely jeopardize patient care and drive-up health care costs. “Although the public may not be fully aware, we are in […]




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