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    Slovene beekeepers hope to have a stinging impact on bee preservation
    Posted on Friday May 18, 2018

    Home to Europe's first beekeeper, Slovenia want to be a pioneer in honey bee preservation efforts. Elly Park reports.

    Aquatic moss that removes arsenic from water discovered
    Posted on Tuesday May 15, 2018

    Researchers at Stockholm University have discovered an aquatic moss capable of quickly removing arsenic from contaminated water. Miles Addy reports.

    Hybrid-electric aircraft race heats up
    Posted on Monday May 14, 2018

    Seattle's Zunum Aero is one of an estimated seventy companies worldwide, ranging from start-ups to the largest manufacturers, developing some form of hybrid-electric aircraft. Angela Moore reports.

    Hemp-made electric scooter riding high in Amsterdam
    Posted on Monday May 14, 2018

    A sustainable electric scooter called the Be.e developed by Dutch startup Van.Eko and made with a natural hemp body rolls on to the streets of Amsterdam. Matthew Stock reports.

    Trash piles up in Europe as China refuses imports
    Posted on Friday May 11, 2018

    China's environmental crackdown means that imports of foreign waste for recycling has crashed a whopping 96 percent since January. But now trash is piling up in Europe in every place from docks to building sites as the continent struggles to figure out what to do with it all.

    UK Professor says his antifungal compound could prevent global pandemic
    Posted on Thursday May 10, 2018

    A University of Sussex Professor believes his 40 years of research into a plant enzyme may help prevent cereal blight in major crops and a potential global pandemic caused by Candida auris. Jim Drury reports.

    Scientists train spider to jump on demand
    Posted on Tuesday May 08, 2018

    Scientists train a species of predatory spider to leap on demand in a bid to better understand how they catch their prey and potentially inspire new micro-robots. Matthew Stock reports.

    Engineers say recyclable car parts are within reach
    Posted on Wednesday May 02, 2018

    A team of engineers searching for sustainable alternatives to carbon fibre say recyclable car parts made with natural fibres are a realistic possibility. Stuart McDill reports.

    Asian elephant skin trade growing, warns UK charity
    Posted on Saturday April 28, 2018

    A conservation charity says a growing number of Asian elephants, which appears greatest in Myanmar, are being killed not only for their tusks, but also their skin. Roselle Chen reports.

    Cheech and Chong's careers highlighted at Grammy Museum
    Posted on Saturday April 21, 2018

    In time for 4/20, a new exhibition is put on at the Grammy Museum in Downtown Los Angeles celebrating the cult stoner film "Up in Smoke". Rough Cut - no reporter narration



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