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Partial solar eclipse over North America Thursday   - 9 Hours ago
(AFP) - A partial solar eclipse will be viewable across much of North America on Thursday, but experts urged would-be sky watchers to use the proper gear to avoid damaging their eyes. The eclipse will
  
    



Fossils reveal 'beer-bellied' dinosaur   - 8 Hours ago
A large bipedal dinosaur once known only from fossils of its long arms and a few isolated bone fragments turns out to be a hump-backed, big-bellied beast almost the size of Tyrannosaurus rex , suggest
  
    




'Cosmic rays threaten manned Mars missions'   - 8 Hours ago
WASHINGTON: Radiation hazards in space caused by cosmic rays could threaten future deep-space astronaut missions such as those to Mars, a new study suggests. Crewed missions to Mars remain an essential
  
    



Fusion energy holds key to power dream   - 8 Hours ago
ST. PETERSBURG: In this picture postcard city, nearly 700 scientists from across the world have gathered to compare notes on the most elusive of scientific dreams - fusion energy. Obscure discussions
  
    



Enzymatic Fabrication of High-Density RNA Arrays   - 9 Hours ago
Abstract A powerful new strategy for the fabrication of high-density RNA arrays is described. A high-density DNA array is fabricated by standard photolithographic methods, the surface-bound DNA molecules
  
    



Man’s Genome From 45,000 Years Ago Is Reconstructed   - 9 Hours ago
Photo In 2012, Dr. Paabo and his colleagues took samples from this thigh bone to search for DNA. To their surprise, it held a number of genetic fragments. Credit Bence Viola/Max-Planck-Institute for Evolutionary
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LHC seeks criteria for Maryam’s appointment   - 8 Hours ago
LAHORE: The Lahore High Court (LHC) directed the federal government on Wednesday to apprise it about the legal status of the loan programme and criterion for the appointment of its head. Justice Manzoor
  
    



For Women in Science 2014 awards young Brazilian scientists   - 8 Hours ago
Ceremony held on October 21st at Copacabana Palace, Rio de Janeiro, gathered young Brazilian scientists awarded a US$ 20 000 grant. Round table with winners from previous editions discussed the role of
  
    



Bizarre dinosaur reconstructed after 50 years of wild speculation   - 8 Hours ago
<br>Nearly 50 years after researchers uncovered the gigantic arms of a mysterious dinosaur in the Gobi desert, the true nature of the beast has finally been established. <br>Since its ...
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Ingrown toenail How to snip it the right way   - 9 Hours ago
Fox News Thursday 23rd October, 2014 Nobody likes ingrown toenails, and when you get one, your instinct may be to clip off the offending bit. But new research shows that might be exactly the wrong
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Man Recovers From Ebola in Germany After Routine Intensive Care   - 9 Hours ago
by Laura Geggel, Staff Writer Date: 22 October 2014 Time: 06:11 PM ET A magnified view of the Ebola virus particles (in red) on the surface of a cell (in blue). CREDIT: CDC/ NIAID One man
  
    



Brookhaven Lab Launches Computational Science Initiative:Leveraging computational   - 9 Hours ago
"Advances in computational science and management of large-scale scientific data developed at Brookhaven Lab have been a key factor in the success of the scientific programs at the Relativistic Heavy
  
    


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New Fossils Reveal a Duck-Billed Dinosaur   - 9 Hours ago
We knew Deinocheirus mirificus was strange just from looking at its gigantic arms, which reached up to 8 feet long and featured curved talons up to 8 inches long. Thanks to the discovery of new fossils,
  
    



New Insights into Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Label-Free Detection of DNA   - 9 Hours ago
Four DNA polybases (polyA, polyC, polyG, and polyT), modified or not with an external NH2 group, have been immobilized on an original, robust, and low-cost Ag°/TiO2 surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy
  
    



How Can We Predict Solar Flares?   - 9 Hours ago
In the past two days, the sun has unleashed three monster solar flares from a sunspot group the size of Jupiter. These powerful phenomena are amazing to watch, but if they were pointed toward the Earth,
  
    



Quantum computer buyers' guide: Buy one today - tech - 20 October 2014   - 8 Hours ago
(Image: D-Wave) Can't wait to get your hands on a shiny new quantum computer? The good news is that you can buy one today, if you have $15 million to spare. The bad news is nobody knows if it actually
  
    



A musician composes a solar soundtrack   - 8 Hours ago
Before tuning in to the rhythms of the sun, Robert Alexander (left) watched dancers’ movements and translated them into music. “When they got bigger,” he says, “the sound would get bigger.”Alexander is
  
    



Mystery fossils belonged to giant ostrichlike dinosaur   - 8 Hours ago
View the video[1]Almost 50 years after paleontologists in the Mongolian desert dug up mysterious dinosaur fossils taller than most people, scientists have now put a fish-eating face to the bones.The fossils
  
    



Hanwha SolarOne S Series Modules Deliver Big Improvements   - 8 Hours ago
Hanwha SolarOne has introduced the new S Series PV modules at Solar Power International. The new modules are available immediately to customers worldwide. Hanwha SolarOne is already shipping them to customers
  
    



Global surge of big earthquakes and implications for Cascadia   - 8 Hours ago
The last ten years have been a remarkable time for great earthquake s. Since December 2004 there have been no less than 18 quakes of Mw8.0 or greater - a rate of more than twice that seen from 1900 to
  
    



Mystery Photos of CERN: What Are These Things?   - 10 Hours ago
CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, has unraveled some of the deepest secrets of the atom — but it can't seem to pin down what's in these old photos it's found . The organization has
  
    



King Tut mummy scans: What ailed ancient pharaohs?   - 16 Hours ago
New computed tomography scans revealed that mummies including that of King Tut, shown here, showed signs of having diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis, marked by hardening of ligaments attached to
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CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol on Supported Au Catalysts under Moderate Reaction   - 11 Hours ago
Abstract The potential of metal oxide supported Au catalysts for the formation of methanol from CO 2 and H 2 under conditions favorable for decentralized and local conversion, which could be concepts
  
    



‘Twisted rope’ clue to dangerous solar storms   - 11 Hours ago
A “twisted rope” of magnetically-charged energy precedes solar storms that have the potential to damage satellites and electricity grids, French scientists said on Wednesday. Be the first to comment
  
    



'Twisted rope' clue to dangerous solar storms   - 11 Hours ago
A "twisted rope" of magnetically-charged energy precedes solar storms that have the potential to damage satellites and electricity grids, French scientists said on Wednesday. A cord of magnetic flux
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