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Ancient Stone Circles in Mideast Baffle Archaeologists
NBCNews.com - 10 Hours ago
Huge stone circles in the Middle East have been imaged from above, revealing details of structures that have been shrouded in mystery for decades. Archaeologists in Jordan have taken high-resolution
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Australia Confident of Antarctic Marine Reserve in 2015
NDTV - 12 Hours ago
Australia said Saturday it was confident its plans for a marine reserve to protect biodiversity in East Antarctica would succeed next year, after international talks in Hobart failed to agree on the measure.
Australia confident of Antarctic marine reserve in 2015 (AFP) Yahoo!Xtra
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The Hubble Hits 25 Years
Time For Kids - 13 Hours ago
Imagine seeing stars, planets, and galaxies millions of light years away. Just one light year equals nearly 6 trillion miles! NASA’s powerful Hubble Telescope allows us to view these distant objects in
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Adsorptive Transfer Stripping for Quick Electrochemical Determination of microRNAs
Journal of Electroanalysis - 13 Hours ago
Abstract Electrochemical methods hold promise for fast and inexpensive determination of cancer biomarkers, including microRNAs playing an important role in regulation of gene expression. We developed
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Plans for Antarctic marine reserves fail again
Argentina Star - 5 Hours ago
Featured Story Argentina's Congress passes energy-overhaul bill Argentina's lower house of Congress, controlled by President Cristina Fernandez's allies, gave final approval Thursday for a new Hydrocarbons
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Rosetta selfie bands of Mars and ghostly spokes of Saturn in pictures
Big News Network - 5 Hours ago
Rosetta mission - will culminate in landing a craft called Philae on a comet - 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko (67P/C-G) - to study it and also possibly unlock the secrets of the universe. Above, is a ...
Rosetta selfie, bands of Mars and ghostly spokes of Saturn – in pictures | Science DailyMe.Com
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Program planet hunters reveal new planet with unusual planetary motion
ZeeNews.com - 120 Minutes ago
Washington: Scientists have confirmed that a low-mass, low-density planet called PH3c has a highly inconsistent orbit time around its sun. The new planet is said to be located 2,300 light years from
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The Human Race: Will We Keep Breaking Running Records?
LiveScience.com - 50 Minutes ago
by Kelly Dickerson, Staff Writer Date: 01 November 2014 Time: 08:36 AM ET Just over a month ago, Dennis Kimetto of Kenya ran the fastest marathon ever, finishing the Berlin Marathon with a record-setting
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Happy Birthday, Live Science! 10 Years of Amazing Science Discoveries
LiveScience.com - 83 Minutes ago
by Stephanie Pappas, Live Science Contributor Date: 01 November 2014 Time: 08:18 AM ET A simulation of a particle collision in which a Higgs boson is produced inside the world's largest atom
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Science Discovers A Vocal Basis For Charisma
Red Orbit - 102 Minutes ago
Image Caption: Researchers examined charismatic voice perception in different countries and included the politicians Luigi de Magistris from Italy, François Hollande (France) and Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
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A cyclops planet and a galactic horror show Its a Hubble Halloween
Philippine Times - 116 Minutes ago
Massive galaxy cluster Abell 2744, also known as Pandora's Cluster, takes on a ghostly glow. The total starlight has been artificially colored blue in this Hubble ...
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Study of Chile earthquake identifies rock structure that affects rupture
MyScience - 8 Hours ago
Reers have found an unusual mass of rock deep in the active fault line beneath Chile Reers from the University of Liverpool have found an unusual mass of rock deep in the active fault line beneath Chile
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LHC seeks help on matters of army officers
DAWN Group - 11 Hours ago
LAHORE: A Lahore High Court full bench on Friday sought assistance from the attorney general, the judge advocate general of the Pakistan Army and the Ministry of Defence to decide whether officers of
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Roof of iconic clock tower in Pa. gets an upgrade
SmartBrief - 12 Hours ago
Black asphalt shingles are being installed on the roof of the iconic clock tower in Irwin, Pa., as part of the structure's makeover. The "thicker and more stylish" shingles, intended to look similar to
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Group: Construction jobs increase in many areas, but worker shortages persist
SmartBrief - 12 Hours ago
More than two-thirds of U.S. metropolitan areas saw growth in construction jobs in the past year, according to Associated General Contractors of America Chief Economist Ken Simonson. However, 83% of construction
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8,600-pound dome placed on top of historic Greek church in Idaho
SmartBrief - 12 Hours ago
Date and sources 10/31/2014 | KPVI-TV (Pocatello, Idaho) An 8,600-pound dome has been placed on top of the nearly 100-year-old Assumption Greek Orthodox Church in Pocatello, Idaho, as part of the
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Singlet and Triplet Exciton Harvesting in the Thin Films of Colloidal Quantum Dots
Journal of Physical Chemistry C - 12 Hours ago
Efficient nonradiative energy transfer is reported in an inorganic/organic thin film that consists of a CdSe/ZnS core/shell colloidal quantum dot (QD) layer interfaced with a phosphorescent small organic
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Breaking Down DNA by Genome
ScienceNewsline - 13 Hours ago
New DNA sequencing technologies have greatly advanced genomic and metagenomic studies in plant biology. Scientists can readily obtain extensive genetic information for any plant species of interest, at
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A quantum leap in nanoparticle efficiency
Machines Like Us - 14 Hours ago
New research has unlocked the secrets of efficiency in nanomaterials, that is, materials with very tiny particles, which will improve the future development of chemical sensors used in chemical and engineering
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What's mighty about the mouse? For starters, its massive Y chromosome
Science Daily - 13 Hours ago
An exhaustive effort to sequence the mouse Y chromosome reveals a surprisingly large and complex biological beast, at the same time providing remarkable insight into a heated battle for supremacy between
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Whooooo said that? The distinct voices of owls | video | @GrrlScientist | Science
DailyMe.Com - 51 Minutes ago
Since tomorrow is All Souls’ Day (and last night was Halloween), when people’s thoughts turn to ghosts and spooky animals, I thought I’d share this fun little video about owls and their distinct voices.
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A species of invention | Science News
DailyMe.Com - 13 Hours ago
Roughly 40,000 years ago, early Homo sapiens was exploring ways to create images on the rocky walls of caves. Until now, most scientists thought this innovation occurred primarily in Europe, where the
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Branson's ambitious space-travel project plagued by problems and delays | Science
DailyMe.Com - 13 Hours ago
It launched amid much fanfare, but Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic commercial space-travel programme has been plagued with problems and delays. After a string of failures, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield
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COMPOUND PROFILING - CHARNWOOD MOLECULAR LAUNCHES NEW UNIQUE PROFILING SERVICE -
Pressbox.co.uk - 13 Hours ago
) Pressbox (Press Release) - CHARNWOOD MOLECULAR, a leading provider of chemistry services to the biotechnology, fine chemical and pharmaceutical industries, has partnered with French company, Hybrigenics,
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Laser experiments mimic cosmic explosions and planetary cores
DailyMe.Com - 13 Hours ago
Researchers are finding ways to understand some of the mysteries of space without leaving earth. Using high-intensity lasers at the University of Rochester's OMEGA EP Facility focused on targets smaller
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