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+ Climate change rewrites world wine list
+ Cutting-edge 3D film revives a Warsaw lost to war
+ Space likely for rare earths search, scientists say
It's circa 2050 and shoppers are stopping off at Ikea to buy fine wine made in Sweden. A Nordic fantasy? Not according to climate experts who say the Earth's warming phase is already driving a wave of change through the world of wine.
845 words by Suzanne Mustacich. File pictures.
Nazi bombs left Warsaw as little more than a smouldering heap of rubble at the end of World War II. Now, nearly seventy years later, the pre-war Polish capital has been brought back to life thanks to a new film, using cutting-edge three-dimensional computer imaging.
645 words by Stanislaw WASZAK. Video. Picture
The quest for rare earths vital to some of modern life's most indispensable technologies may see mining robots jet to the stars within decades, a world-first conference in Australia was told Wednesday.
530 words by Amy Coopes. Picture. File video.