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Linguists discover new language 'Koro' in remote India

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Researchers looking for dying languages said on Tuesday they discovered a language previously unknown to science and spoken by just 800 people in northeastern India.

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Giant penguin fossil gives evolutionary clues

LIMA (Reuters) - The preserved feathers and scales of a giant fossilized penguin discovered on Peru's central coast give a glimpse of Peru's Eocene period, and how penguins evolved to their modern state, paleontologists say.

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Nobel-winning work is matchmaker for molecules

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The three winners of this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry all developed new ways to make carbon atoms stick to one another -- a mundane-sounding process that in fact underlies the very basis of life.

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US/Japanese scientists win Nobel for chemical tool

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A U.S. and two Japanese scientists won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry on Wednesday for inventing new ways to bind carbon atoms with uses that range from fighting cancer to producing thin computer screens.

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FACTBOX - Nobel chemistry prize - Who are the winners?

REUTERS - An American and two Japanese scientists won the 2010 Nobel Prize for Chemistry on Wednesday for a tool that makes it easier to build complex chemicals.

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Nobel-winning work is matchmaker for molecules

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The three winners of this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry all developed new ways to make carbon atoms stick to one another -- a mundane-sounding process that in fact underlies the very basis of life.

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FEATURE - Egypt's education system needs an overhaul

CAIRO (Reuters) - Sawsan Gomaa, 18, thought memorising vocabulary and grammar from the ministry textbook would be enough to ace Egypt's yearly national language exam for high school graduates, the main gateway to university.

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U.S., Japanese scientists win Nobel for atom binder

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A U.S. and two Japanese scientists won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry on Wednesday for inventing new ways to bind carbon atoms with uses that range from fighting cancer to producing thin computer screens.

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Sky the limit for engineering student

CHOO CHUNG SIUNG may have just graduated at the top of his civil engineering class but he isn't done yet.

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U.S., Japanese scientists win Nobel for atom binder

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A U.S. and two Japanese scientists won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry on Wednesday for inventing new ways to bind carbon atoms with uses that range from fighting cancer to producing thin computer screens.