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Free Science: NASA Just Opened Its Entire Research Library to the Public
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Glenn
- 5 days ago - futurism.com
Almost unlimited scientific knowledge at your fingertips.
Einstein Continues to Rock!
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, interesting, investigation, research, science, scientists, space )

Mitchell
- 12 days ago - news.osu.edu
Scientists at Ohio State U. have searched in the voids of space for indications that Relativity may be flawed...and found none.
First Land Animals Got There Using Their Tails!
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Mitchell
- 40 days ago - news.gatech.edu
Mud Skippers, and robotics helps science gain possible insight to the move from sea to land.
Scientists Warn of 'Unsafe' Decline in Biodiversity
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Ray
- 42 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Scientists warn that, if left unchecked, biodiversity loss could have devastating consequences, An international team of scientists has issued a warning that biodiversity is dropping below safe levels for the support and wellbeing of human societies.
Photosynthesis Harnessed?
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Mitchell
- 45 days ago - news.psu.edu
Scientists at Penn State have found clues to how photosynthesis evolved on the early Earth, which holds the promise of increasing crop yield.
Scientists Simulate Tiny Bacteria-Powered 'Windfarm'
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Frans
- 46 days ago - biosciencetechnology.com
A team of scientists from Oxford University has shown how the natural movement of bacteria could be harnessed to assemble and power microscopic 'windfarms' - or other man-made micromachines such as smartphone components.....
Jupiter...on a Laboratory Bench?
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, research, scientists, science )

Mitchell
- 46 days ago - seas.harvard.edu
Compressing liquid hydrogen has created metallic hydrogen, as believed to be at the core of Jupiter!
New Carbon Capture Method Turns CO2 Into Solid Rocks Within Months
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, discovery, environment, health, humans, interesting, habitat, investigation, NewTechnology, research, safety, science, scientists, society, study, technology, world )

Frans
- 49 days ago - industrytap.com
Scientists have been working for years to find out ways to suck CO2 from the atmosphere and industrial plants. The only thing stopping them in capturing the carbon was the cost involved and finding an efficient way to store or repurpose the CO2.....
Immersive, Holographic Telepresence Going Virtual & Viral
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, concept, design, humans, interesting, NewTechnology, research, scientists, study, technology, world )

Frans
- 49 days ago - industrytap.com
The image above shows a hologram of Stephen Hawking participating in a conference at the Sydney Opera House in Australia using CiscoâEUR(TM)s TelePresence system. According to Hawking it was his first experience appearing as a hologram from his office ...
Can You Hear Them Now? New Buoy Listens for Singing Whales
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Stephen
- 58 days ago - beloitdailynews.com
Scientists have deployed a buoy 22 miles off the coast of New York's Fire Island to monitor several species of great whales in "near real-time." The high-tech acoustic device will eavesdrop on the songs of the whales to better understand and safeguard the
Physicists Think They'Ve Cracked the Star Trek Replicator
Science & Tech  (tags: food, technology, tech, NewTechnology, Gizmos, physics, energy, scientists, science, discovery )

Glenn
- 60 days ago - inverse.com
If this is true, we will literally be able to make food out of thin air.
Where Our Eyes Get Their Color
Science & Tech  (tags: science, humans, research, eyes, eye color, genetics, scientists, health, interesting )

Carrie
- 60 days ago - qz.com
Every time I hear about getting lost in someone's eyes, I roll my own. They're just a body part, after all. And yet the way we get our eye color is actually pretty interesting.
So Young, They Are Caling It a "Newborn" Exoplanet!
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, science, scientists, space, cosmology )

Mitchell
- 63 days ago - caltech.edu
Astronomers have found a very young exoplanet, which they hope will teach us new things about planet formation.
 

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