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EU data protection authorities to discuss how to handle ‘link-deletion refusal’ complaints

EU data protection authorities to discuss how to handle ‘link-deletion refusal’

Against the backdrop of the European Court of Justice's May ruling on the "right to be forgotten," data protection authorities of the European Union (EU) will, at a next-week meeting, start work on

Decade-Long Comet-Hunting Rosetta Mission Nearing Completion

Decade-Long Comet-Hunting Rosetta Mission Nearing Completion

Rosetta satellite has entered into the final phase of its mission, which was to orbit and land on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Soon, the satellite will approach the comet.

European Space Agency to Build Extremely Big Next Generation X-Ray Satellite Space Telescope

European Space Agency to Build Extremely Big Next Generation X-Ray Satellite Spa

The European Space Agency (ESA) has announced that it will build an extremely big next generation x-ray satellite space telescope called Athena.

Controversial 2012 Paper Gets Republished with Minor Modifications

Controversial 2012 Paper Gets Republished with Minor Modifications

After a 2012 controversial study linking genetically modified maize to cancer was withdrawn later, it has been republished after certain changes were made in it.

Harlequin Ladybirds Feed on their British Cousins

Harlequin Ladybirds Feed on their British Cousins

A study has found that Harlequin ladybirds from East Asia are now feeding on their British cousins due to which they contribute to the decline of some species.

Earth’s Magnetic Field is Weakening, says research

Earth’s Magnetic Field is Weakening, says research

There have been great fluctuations in the earth's magnetic field besides its weakening. This has been determined by the data of last 6 months collected by the European Space Agency (ESA).

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