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Disabled 'fit for work' assessments flawed and should be scrapped MPs Select committee finds that eligibility tests for benefits are inaccurate and system fails to help claimants back into work The government's controversial system for assessing
The Rosetta spacecraft, operated by the European Space Agency, or ESA, has taken new photographs of a comet to reveal new details about the space projectile on which it is scheduled to land a probe next month. The photos, which were captured by
Mental health job support scheme piloted The government is piloting ways to get more people with mental health problems into work by combining earlier treatment with employment support. Ministers want to cut benefits spending and get more people into
Instead the reality is scandalous cruelty 'A jobcentre manager ... told me how the sick are treated and what harsh targets she is under to push them off benefits.' Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images Once upon a time, David Cameron said that general
26 Kendrapara (Odisha): Around 65 nesting sites of estuarine crocodiles have been spotted in Bhitarkanika National Park in Odisha's Kendrapara district and the number is likely to increase as the counting process was still on, officials said.
Just in time for Independence Day, a nearby galaxy is blasting off some cosmic explosions. Astronomers here in America and abroad are observing the show via NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, Chandra X-ray Observatory and the European Space
Unprecedented measurement of a deep-space comet has found the icy body to be losing about two small glasses of water every second, the European Space Agency (ESA) said on Monday. ESA's probe, Rosetta, made the measurements on 6 June, when it aimed a
The observatory will study the hot and energetic Universe and takes the L2' slot in ESA's Cosmic Vision 201525 plan, with a launch foreseen in 2028...Scientists believe that black holes lurk at the centre of almost all galaxies and that they play a
The study conducted by MATTEO IANNEO, on the surface of Mars, draws his conclusions, Mars is still kicking and inhabited. http://www.matteoianneo.com/1.html
ESA is building a prototype tester for crews on the International Space Station to provide diagnoses within a few minutes from a pinprick of blood. The ultimate device will offer rapid health checks and results for scientific research.