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The BepiColombo Spacecraft Is About to Blast Off to Mercury
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, nasa, space )

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On 20 October, the BepiColombo spacecraft will begin a 7-year journey to Mercury, where it will orbit and investigate the many mysteries of Mercury
Your Genes Affect Which University You Go to But ThatâEUR(TM)s No Surprise
Science & Tech  (tags: study, GeneticEngineering, education, environment )

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A study has found links between a person's genes and university. But intelligence and other complex traits are shaped by both genetics and environment
Reading a Cuttlefish's Mind âEUR" On Its Skin - D-Brief
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, scientists, study )

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Scientists watch the cephalopod's skin change in unprecedented detail, giving them an insight into how their brains work.
Why Dandelion Seeds Are So Good At Floating - D-Brief
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, study )

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Dandelion seeds are great fliers, but scientists didn't know why. Now, a study shows it's the result of a kind of air bubble the seeds naturally create.
In a Major Feat, Scientists Create a Bose-Einstein Condensate in Space - D-Brief
Science & Tech  (tags: Gizmos, space, technology, tech, scientists, science, NewTechnology )

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By blasting a miniature, experimental chip into space, scientists have created the first space-based Bose-Einstein condensate.

Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, science, space, astronomy )

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Philosophers and scientists have been asking that question since the dawn of time.
SomaliaâEUR(TM)s Legacy: Laas Geel Caves Covered With At Least 5,000-Year-Old Paintings
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

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The ancient rock art, depicting nomadic life more than 5,000 years ago has been well-preserved due to the dry climate of the region.....
Researchers Capture Audio of Antarctic Ice 'Singing' - Video
Science & Tech  (tags: Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf, Researchers, interesting, seismic motions )

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A haunting sound captured by researchers could help monitor changes to Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf from afar. Extremely sensitive sensors were buried two metres under the surface to capture 'seismic motions'.

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