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World's Largest Atom Smasher Gets Faster | LiveScience
Science & Tech  (tags: Gizmos, NewTechnology, study )

Ancil
- 639 days ago - livescience.com
The Large Hadron Collider is working more efficiently, physicists announced today, with more particles than ever before crammed into the particle accelerator's beams.
Family Discovers Doorstop Is Really Meteorite | National News - WMUR Home
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June
- 697 days ago - wmur.com
A Tennessee family recently discovered that their doorstop was, really, out of this world Scientists confirmed that the 33-pound, oval rock is actually a 4-billion-year-old meteorite that likely fell to Earth during a meteorite strike in 1853, the Lexin
Voyager 1 Spacecraft Detects Particles at Solar System's Edge | LiveScience
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, nasa, science, space )

Ancil
- 654 days ago - livescience.com
NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft has discovered a new layer of the solar system that scientists hadn't known was there, researchers announced today (Dec. 3).
Farthest Known Galaxy in the Universe Discovered | LiveScience
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, space, astronomy )

Ancil
- 670 days ago - livescience.com
A new celestial wonder has stolen the title of most distant object ever seen in the universe, astronomers report.
Top 10 Ways Algae Boost Science, Energy and Medicine
Science & Tech  (tags: Israel, environment, science, health, discovery, research, medicine )

Beth
- 680 days ago - israel21c.org
Israeli scientists find novel approaches to tap into the potential of this slimy plantlike organism for fuel, nutrition and innovative medical therapies.
The History of PCs - Personal Computers Through the Years - AARP
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, computers, technology, society )

Ancil
- 683 days ago - aarp.org
In 1962, a computer pioneer said, "There is no reason to suppose the average boy or girl cannot be master of a personal computer." Soon after, PCs arrived and have kept changing and changing.
American Schools Go on Utterly Insane Hiring Spree Since 1950. Kids Shrug, Continue to Do Poorly on Tests
Science & Tech  (tags: Education, Throwing Money at a Problem Without Resu, More Teachers and More Staff Without Bet, Higher Spending, Static Test Scores )

Paula
- 689 days ago - kurzweilai.net
America's public schools saw a 96 percent increase in students but increased administrators and other non-teaching staff a staggering 702 percent since 1950. Teaching staff, in comparison, increased 252 percent. Scores have not increased.
Scientists Find Oldest Evidence of Regular Meat Consumption By Early Humans
Science & Tech  (tags: Diet, early humans, anthropology, Tanzania, eating meat, early nutrition, brain development )

Paula
- 714 days ago - phys.org
A skull fragment unearthed by anthropologists in Tanzania shows that our ancient ancestors were eating meat at least 1.5 million years ago, shedding new light into the evolution of human physiology and brain development.
IBM Claims Spintronics Memory Breakthrough - Computerworld
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, computer, NewTechnology )

Ancil
- 768 days ago - computerworld.com
IBM researchers are claiming a huge breakthrough in spintronics, a technology that could significantly boost capacity and lower power use of memory and storage devices.
Super Moon / Time-Lapse in San Diego California   video
Science & Tech  (tags: news, NewTechnology, humans, interesting, discovery, astronomy, environment, energy, performance, space, study, science )

Cam
- 865 days ago - youtube.com
The term Super Moon, or (supermoon) has become popular in recent years to describe a situation when the full moon occurs at or near the time when the moon is closest to Earth on its noncircular orbit. The moon appears bigger and brighter.
 
 
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