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The tigers were sedated to ensure the safety of the expert handlers. In a development that promises a glimmer of hope for the survival of one of the world’s most charismatic – and endangered – species, five Amur tigers were released into the wild in Russia’s Far East in recent months. Rolex Laureate Sergei Bereznuk,… Read more
The 2014 Young Laureates, in London to receive their awards at the Royal Society on 17 November, described how Rolex’s support for their projects will positively impact their communities and the world at large. “Twenty years ago my country [Rwanda] was tragically hit by genocide. This Award shows that as young people, we can be… Read more
Find out about the “desire to aspire”. View highlights from the Every Second Counts Forum presented by Rolex and The Guardian Media Group in London on 15 November. The keynote speaker, inventor of the world wide web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee was joined by space scientist Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock and the five Rolex Young Laureates. The… Read more
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web addressed a forum in London on 15 November designed to encourage future leaders in science, applied technology and other disciplines.Space scientist Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock and the five Rolex Young Laureates of 2014 also took the stage. The event was live-streamed and highlights will be available… Read more
Bolivian conservation biologist Erika Cuéllar has been paid a special tribute – she has had a rodent named after her. Scientists leading the research into the new species also praised Cuéllar’s enthusiasm and inquisitive mind. Ctenomys erikacuellarae, which was given its name by three scientists in June 2014, belongs to a genus known formally as… Read more