Adoption of Global Treaty on Sea Fishing Regulation

United Nations Conference on Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks adopted a global treaty to regulate fishing Continue reading

Catopithecus Was Apes First Ancestor

Catopithecus, a lemur-like animal is believed to be the ancient ancestor of apes, monkeys, and humans, which lived in northern Africa approximately 36 million years ago. Continue reading

Invitro Gorilla Born at Cincinnati Zoo

Timu, a lowland gorilla, was the first in vitro fertilized baby delivered at the Cincinnati Zoo in Cincinnati, OH, USA, in 1995. Continue reading

Continental Crust Discovered in Australia

Roger Buick, geologist at the University of Sydney discovered a piece of continental crust, at Pilbara craton in northwestern Australia in 1995. Continue reading

Australopithecines Used Stone Tools

The earliest modern humans, Australopithecines first used stone tools as discovered in the Continue reading

Robodoc Performed Hip Replacement Surgery

Robodoc, the world's first robotic device performed surgical procedures following its development by two Americans Continue reading

UN Census Reports Population Exceeding 20 Million

A 1995 UN Census reported two world locations whose population exceeded 20 million. Continue reading

Monel now Trademarked in Canada

Monel is an alloy of copper and nickel (Ratio of 31.5% copper, 66% nickel and 2.5% trace amounts of other metals). Continue reading

Clouds and Darkness will not stop Radarsat 1

The Canadian Space Agency launched Radarsat 1 on November 4th 1995 from NASA's western range facility in California, USA. Continue reading

Estonian Biennial was comprised works by 27 artists from 16 countries

Artwork by 27 artists from 16 countries, were featured in the Estonian Biennial (Saaremaa Bienaal 1995) Continue reading