Blue molecule may improve heart function: Israeli researchers JERUSALEM. KAZINFORM Israeli scientists found that a blue molecule, called Chicago sky blue (CSB), could possibly reduce inflammation and improve heart function, the Weizmann Institute of Science (WIS) in central Israel reported on Sunday.
Abu Dhabi selected as world’s leading sports tourism destination at World Travel Awards ABU DHABI. KAZINFORM Representatives from the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi, DCT – Abu Dhabi, have arrived in Muscat to receive the award for World’s Leading Sports Tourism Destination at the 26th edition of the World Travel Awards, WTA, Grand Final Ceremony 2019.
New Zealand volcano spews ash plume in eruption, several injured WELLINGTON. KAZINFORM: A volcano erupted in New Zealand on Monday, spewing a plume of ash thousands of feet into the air, with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern saying tourists were among several people unaccounted for as emergency services mounted a rescue operation.
Scientists develop technology to wirelessly charge smart contact lenses SEOUL. KAZINFORM - South Korean scientists have developed a technology to wirelessly charge smart contact lenses for continuous operation, a development that could open new horizons for wearables, the National Research Foundation (NRF) said Sunday.
Trump warns N. Korea could lose ‘everything’ with hostile acts WASHINGTON. KAZINFORM - U.S. President Donald Trump said Sunday that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un could lose «everything» if he acts in a hostile manner, sending a clear warning to the regime to refrain from provocations such as nuclear and missile tests, Yonhap reports.
N. Korea says it has conducted 'very important test' at satellite launching site SEOUL. KAZINFORM North Korea said Sunday that it has conducted a «very important test» at its western satellite launching site, saying the successful testing will play a key role in changing the country's «strategic position» in the near future.
Global warming is robbing world's oceans of oxygen MADRID. KAZINFORM The amount of oxygen in the world's oceans decreased by 2 percent between 1960 and 2010 and is expected to go down by a further 3-4 percent by the year 2100 as a result of global warming, something that will have an effect on habitats and the coastal economies that depend on them.
Coffee is set to be a major showcase at SIAL Middle East 2019 ABU DHABI. KAZINFORM The tenth edition of SIAL Middle East, SIAL ME, which will run from December 9th – 11th and is organised by Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company, ADNEC, has announced an exciting consumer programme with a focus on coffee and more.
UN chief lauds volunteerism as ‘powerful mechanism’ towards sustainable development NEW YORK. KAZINFORM The 2030 Agenda calls for a just, equitable, tolerant and socially inclusive world in which the needs of the most vulnerable are met. International Volunteer Day, IVD, celebrates that by letting people make «meaningful contributions to more inclusive and equalitarian societies» through volunteering, according to Secretary-General António Guterres.