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Mineralogía Topográfica Ibérica... [Read More]
Every year, an amazing array of astronomical photography comes from telescopes, satellites, cameras, and spaceprobes. And every year, I try to boil them down to... [Read More]
AgResearch facilitate overseas research & rural projects, producing science & technology projects for the benefit of the agricultural sector and New Zealand. [Read More]
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It's alive! The first time Mary Shelley introduced Dr. Frankenstein's lab in her 1818 novel, she described it as "a solitary chamber, or rather cell, at... [Read More]
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For the first time, researchers have found a young "toddler" star with four massive planets around it. ... [Read More]
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The solar system's largest satellite, Ganymede, may hold the key to understanding its icy ocean sister moon, Europa. [Read More]
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New research reveals how wet porous materials collapse under pressure. [Read More]
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Scientists say a sixth great extinction is underway. New research shows mammals are dying off at least 45 times faster than experts predicted. [Read More]
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Religion may be an accidental by-product of features of the human brain, evolved for other reasons. [Read More]
Tags: Religion - Human - Brain
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Most visible on Oct. 18, this month the five brightest planets will be visible together, aligned in the night sky. ... [Read More]
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On Monday, the Japanese Hayabusa2 spacecraft came incredibly close to asteroid Ryugu in the first of two touchdown rehearsals. ... [Read More]
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NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory is back online after entering Safe Mode last week, just days after the Hubble Space Telescope also experienced a failure. [Read More]
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A new review paper in The Neuroscientist highlights the problem of body movements for neuroscience, from blinks to fidgeting. Authors Patrick J Drew and colleagues... [Read More]
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Warming waters in the equatorial Pacific give increasing confidence that El Niño will be here soon... [Read More]
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To help corals survive the myriad threats they currently face, an international team of scientists is mastering the art and science of raising coral babies. [Read More]
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A cosmologist and priest named Georges Lemaître discovered the Big Bang and the expansion of the universe, and he may start getting credit for it. ... [Read More]
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The leprosy bacteria uses an unlikely trick to take control of our cells. Now, it could help teach researchers how to unleash stem cells to... [Read More]
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Scientists think that they may have identified the chemical mechanisms that created the makeup of Titan's hazy atmosphere. ... [Read More]
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It all started with a stray goat. On an otherwise nondescript day in the spring of 1947, a young Bedouin boy searched for a goat... [Read More]
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Satellite images acquired at night reveal widespread power outages across a broad region... [Read More]
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