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  • Argentina stargazers witness 'ring of fire' eclipse

    Stargazers in the southern hemisphere experienced a spectacular solar eclipse on Sunday. The annual event saw the moon cross in front of the sun's path, creating what is known as a "ring of fire". Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports.

    Argentina stargazers witness 'ring of fire' eclipse
    Argentina stargazers witness 'ring of fire' eclipse

    Stargazers in the southern hemisphere experienced a spectacular solar eclipse on Sunday. The annual event saw the moon cross in front of the sun's path, creating what is known as a "ring of fire". Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler reports.

    01:35Feb 27, 2017

  • Will the Nokia 3310 comeback be a success?

    This year's smartest smartphones are being unveiled in Barcelona. The Mobile World Congress officially kicks off on Monday, with the latest models on show. But there are also some throwbacks, such as the Nokia 3310, making a return with a redesign.

    Will the Nokia 3310 comeback be a success?
  • Gaza's tech gurus flourish despite siege

    Despite electricity blackouts and lack of reliable internet connection in Gaza, a small and growing technology sector is allowing young Palestinians to overcome the difficulties of life under siege. Al Jazeera’s Imran Khan reports from Gaza.

    Gaza's tech gurus flourish despite siege
  • NASA discovers seven new Earth-like planets

    NASA has discovered a solar system with seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a star, and some of them could potentially support life. Al Jazeera's Tom Ackerman reports.

    NASA discovers seven new Earth-like planets
  • Antarctica expedition surveys volcanic islands

    A team of scientists travelling around Antarctica has carried out a helicopter survey of the Balleny Islands, south of New Zealand. These are volcanic, unwelcoming islands with no natural harbours or safe places to land.

    Antarctica expedition surveys volcanic islands
  • The scientific legacy of Dolly the sheep

    Twenty years ago, British scientists introduced the world to Dolly the sheep, the first mammal to be cloned using nuclear transfer. She only lived for seven years, but the scientific advances that came from her creation continue.

    The scientific legacy of Dolly the sheep
  • Scientists examine carbon emissions underwater

    The burning of oil and coal is one of the largest contributors to global warming. Scientists in Antarctica are examining how sea life absorbs carbon from the atmosphere. Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports off east Antarctica.

    Scientists examine carbon emissions underwater
    Scientists examine carbon emissions underwater

    The burning of oil and coal is one of the largest contributors to global warming. Scientists in Antarctica are examining how sea life absorbs carbon from the atmosphere. Al Jazeera's Tarek Bazley reports off east Antarctica.

    03:03Feb 21, 2017

  • Mertz discovery gives scientists hope to tackle climate change

    Scientists have found a novel way to measure precise changes in the world's climate dating back hundreds of thousands of years. They hope the information will play a key role in tackling climate change Al Jazeera’s Tarek Bazley reports from Mertz

    Mertz discovery gives scientists hope to tackle climate change
  • State-sponsored hacking outlined at US conference

    The world's biggest cyber security conference is under way in San Francisco.There is widespread concern about evolving threats to online security, not only for things like hacking bank accounts, but challenges to the institution of government.

    State-sponsored hacking outlined at US conference
  • India launches record 104 satellites into orbit

    India has successfully sent a record 104 satellites from a single rocket into orbit on Wednesday. It is the biggest number carried by a single launch. Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.

    India launches record 104 satellites into orbit
  • London show charts 500-year history of robots

    As robots get more and more sophisticated, what was once science fiction is fast becoming reality. But how did we get here?

    London show charts 500-year history of robots
  • Smarter robots open up new possibilities

    Europe's biggest trade show for robotics is under way in Madrid. Robots are already everywhere, from simple automated vacuum cleaners to advanced industrial machines.

    Smarter robots open up new possibilities