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Extreme heat may force mass exodus from W Asia Climate change may render parts of West Asia and North Africa uninhabitable, forcing the residents to leave the region which is home to over 500 million people, a study has warned. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Germany and the Cyprus Institute in Nicosia have calculated that the goal of limiting global warming to less than two degrees Celsius, agreed at the recent UN Paris summit, will not be sufficient to
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Computers of the future may store data on DNA Your next computer might store its data on DNA, with Microsoft exploring the oldest living thing in the world as a way of storing information and avoiding a future data apocalypse. It hopes that using the highly-efficient and longlasting molecule will allow it to keep pace with the growth of data, which doubles each year but is becoming harder to actually store all of it. Microsoft has bought mil lions of strands of DNA, which stores the human body's information, to see if its data properties can be harnessed for storing other kinds of infor mation. DNA can fit almost 1 billion terabytes of data into just one gram. That makes it far more efficient than any other known form of storage.
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More than 1,200 new planets discovered NASA added more than 1,200 new planets to the known galaxy, more than doubling the number of confirmed planets orbiting alien stars. Revealing data from the Kepler telescope, the astronomers said that the discovery is a step toward finding Earth-like planets.
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Science News Extreme weather, increasing level of toxins in food: Study NAIROBI: As they struggle to deal with more extreme weather, a range of food crops are generating more of chemical compounds that can cause health problems for people and livestock who eat them, scientists have warned.
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Scientists detect new state of matter Physicists announced Monday the discovery of a new state of matter that has been theorized for four decades but never actually observed, Anadolu Agency reported. Quantum spin liquid has the bizarre ability to break apart
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UAE to build artificial mountain to increase rainfall UAE: The United Arab Emirates is planning to build a man-made mountain to increase rainfall. The desert nation is hoping the major project will recreate the effect of mountain ranges and force air to rise, creating clouds that will allow cloudseeding. Cloud-seeding is a type of weather modification which aims to alter the amount and type of precipitation produced by clouds. Scientists from National Centr e f or A tmos pheric
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Scientists discover three potentially habitable planets An international team of astronomers from MIT, the University of LiĂ¨ge in Belgium, and elsewhere have detected three planets orbiting an ultracool dwarf star, just 40 light years from Earth. The sizes and temperatures of these worlds are comparable to those of Earth and Venus, and are the best targets found so far for the search for life outside the solar system. The results are published today in the journal Nature. AFP
Six Pakistani institutes among world's top 800 universities Six Pakistani institutes of higher education are ranked among the world’s top 800 universities by Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a British ranking agency. National University of Sciences And Technology (Nust) Islamabad, Quaid-iAzam University (QAU), Lahore University of Management Sciences (Lums), University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Lahore, University of Karachi (KU) and the University of Lahore
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Turkey to inaugurate largest mosque in Ramazan Istanbul, (IINA) - The largest mosque in Turkey, which is being constructed on the top of Istanbul's Camlica Hill, is expected to be inaugurated for worshipers on the night of Ramadan 27 (July 1), in which Laylat al-Qadr (Night of Power) most likely to fall this year. An iftar event organized by Istanbul’s municipality will take place for more than 30,000 people. The construction of the largest mosque in Turkish history was launched on August 6, 2013, by then-Prime
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Malaysians waste 15,000 tons of food daily Kuala Lumpur: Malaysians waste 15,000 tons of food daily, including 3,000 tons that is still fit for consumption and should not be discarded, BERNAMA reported. Research conducted by the Malaysian Agricultural Research and Development Institute (MARDI) shows that 28.4 percent of the padi produced is wasted. As for fruits and vegetables, 20 to 50 percent is thrown away. Globally, about 1.3 billion tons of food valued at 4.4 trillion Malaysian ringgits is lost or wasted yearly. The Malaysian Govt. is taking several steps to educate people of Malaysia in order to prevent this sort of huge food wastes.
Muslim World News New Islamic finance infrastructure bank announced Jakarta: Saudi Arabia has joined Turkey, Indonesia and the Jeddah-based Islamic Development Bank (IDB) as a prospective founder member of a new Islamic finance infrastructure bank, according t o I n d o n e s i a ’s F i n a n c e Minister Bambang Brodjonegoro. Speaking to Reuters on the
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will be the founders.” The new entities could be operational as early as next year, tasked not only with financing via Islamic bonds (sukuk) but also supporting the secondary market for those financial instruments, Brodjonegoro added. “In order to make a market for sukuk, the existence of this bank will be very important.” Efforts to create an Islamic bank with the balance sheet to underwrite large infrastructure deals dates back more than a decade, but previous efforts have failed to materialize. HA/IINA
One of the World's Oldest Libraries Restored in Morocco FEZ, Morocco - Founded 12 centuries ago by a pioneering woman and nestled in the old Medina of Fez, Morocco's University of al-Qarawiyyin library is one of the world's oldest libraries, home to unique Islamic manuscripts treasured by historians. Yet it's been largely hidden from the public. The architect leading its restoration, Fez native Aziza Chaouni, didn't even know it existed until she was asked to work on it. Chaouni is hoping it will mark an ideological change, too, and open to the public for the first time in its long history. Until now, the privilege of using the library has been limited to scholars who seek formal permission, and authorities haven't decided yet
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from the region, including Ibn Khaldun's "Muqadimmah." The 14th-century historical work spent six months on loan to the Louvre Museum in Paris during the renovations, library curator Abdelfattah Bougchouf said. Other texts include a 9thcentury Quran written in Kufic calligraphy, and a manuscript on the Maliki school of Islamic jurisprudence by Ibn Rochd, also known as Averroes. A important way to improve access to the manuscripts is to digitize them, which the library has been doing, and about 20 percent are now available in electronic form. AP
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