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Striking Portraits Bring the Bizarre Beauty of Marine Invertebrates to Life   - 7 Hours ago
Unlike most jellyfish, Polyorchis penicillatus spends most of its time on the ocean bottom during the day. It perches on its tentacles and feeds on animals crawling on the sand. © Susan Middleton
  
    



Seven Ways To View the Solar Eclipse Safely   - 113 Minutes ago
A solar eclipse will sweep across most of the United States on Thursday, and you definitely want to check it out -- safely. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon is between Earth and the sun and blocks
  
    




A solar eclipse -- when the moon is between Earth and the sun and blocks all or   - 113 Minutes ago
A solar eclipse will sweep across most of the United States on Thursday, and you definitely want to check it out -- safely. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon is between Earth and the sun and blocks
  
    



Viewing the Solar Eclipse Safely   - 113 Minutes ago
A solar eclipse will sweep across most of the United States on Thursday, and you definitely want to check it out -- safely. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon is between Earth and the sun and blocks
  
    



Solid Solution Series between CdIn2Te4 and AgInTe2 Investigated by Resonant X-ray   - 6 Hours ago
Abstract AgInTe 2 and CdIn 2 Te 4 exhibit structures related to the chalcopyrite type. They form a solid solution (CdIn 2 Te 4 ) x (Ag 2 In 2 Te 4 ) 1– x with a miscibility gap for 0.5 < x < 0.95. Such
  
    



Crystal Structures of Homoleptic Propynyloargentates ­AI[Ag(C3H3)2] with AI = Ag,   - 6 Hours ago
Abstract The crystal structures of three isostructural homoleptic propynyloargentates, namely Ag[Ag(C 3 H 3 ) 2 ], Li[Ag(C 3 H 3 ) 2 ], and Na[Ag(C 3 H 3 ) 2 ] were solved and refined from laboratory
  
    


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Cosmic-Ray Telescope Flies High   - 6 Hours ago
See Inside The new detector passes tests involving a helicopter, balloon and lasers Oct 14, 2014 | By Debra Weiner | Cosmic rays, traveling nearly at the speed of light, bombard Earth from all
  
    



CERN hopes you know what these things are, cause it has no idea   - 6 Hours ago
Scientists, we're told, need to be very good at record keeping in order to make sure that others can follow their logic. It's just a shame that whoever was running the photography archive at CERN wasn't
  
    



Science Sailing near the 60th Parallel   - 7 Hours ago
Meyer Landsman, the Sitka, Alaska–based protagonist of Michael Chabon's award-winning novel The Yiddish Policemen's Union , “swayed in the canvas webbing of the weary old 206.” The 206 is a single-engine
  
    


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Colossal volcanic eruption could destroy Japan: study   - 7 Hours ago
Japan could be nearly destroyed by a massive volcanic eruption over the next century, putting almost all of the country's 127 million-strong population at risk, according to a new study.
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Fossils reveal 'beer-bellied' dinosaur   - 17 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'   - 18 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
  
    


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Fusion energy holds key to power dream   - 18 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   - 19 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
  
    



Precise and programmable biological circuits   - 78 Minutes ago
23/10/14/11/52   Eureka Alerts   1   Global ( ETH Zurich ) A team led by ETH professor Yaakov Benenson has developed several new components for biological circuits. These components are key building
  
    



5K Retina iMac supply tightens   - 75 Minutes ago
Apple's 5K Retina iMac continues to slip in ship times, proof that the company's problem syncing supply and demand is getting worse, not better. On Thursday, the $2,499 iMac showed a five-to-seven-day
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The Science Behind Renée Zellweger's New Face   - 6 Hours ago
Photographs of actress Renée Zellweger at the Elle magazine's Women in Hollywood awards this week, showing her dramatically different appearance, have sparked the Internet's interest. The 45-year-old
  
    



Partial Solar Eclipse Today: A Weather Forecast   - 6 Hours ago
Viewers throughout most of the United States are in position to see a partial solar eclipse Thursday afternoon (Oct. 23). Unfortunately, clouds will likely get in the way in some parts of the country.
  
    



Oldest High-Altitude Human Settlement Discovered in Andes   - 65 Minutes ago
by Tia Ghose, Staff Writer Date: 23 October 2014 Time: 02:00 PM ET Archaeologists excavate a rockshelter in the Peruvian Andes that was used more than 12,000 years ago by human settlers. CREDIT:
  
    



Team identifies 'molecular scissors' required for successful chromosome separation   - 70 Minutes ago
An oocyte with decreased Topoiosmerase II levels in heterochromatic region of the X chromosome (green) failed to separate while heterochromatic region of the 4th chromosome (red) is stretched into abnormal
  
    



Top marine scientists call for action on 'invisible' fisheries   - 70 Minutes ago
Marine reserve. Credit: Project Seahorse To protect our oceans from irreversible harm, governments, conservationists, and researchers around the world must address the enormous threat posed by unregulated
  
    



Chemists achieve new technique with profound implications for drug development   - 70 Minutes ago
Jin-Quan Yu is a Frank and Bertha Hupp Professor of Chemistry at The Scripps Research Institute. Credit: The Scripps Research Institute Breaking carbon-hydrogen (C-H) bonds to alter existing molecules
  
    



Cerner (CERN) Trading Near $59.81 Resistance Level   - 78 Minutes ago
(Marketintelligencecenter.com via COMTEX) -- After WednesdayaEUR(TM)s trading in Cerner ( CERN ) the algorithms behind MarketIntelligenceCenter.com's Artifical Intelligence Center picked out a trade
  
    



LHC Group reports November 5   - 107 Minutes ago
News Editor LHC Group (LHCG +1.4%) will report Q3 results on November 5 after the close. The conference call will begin the next day, November 6, at 10:00 am CT/11 am ET. Consensus view is EPS of
  
    



How to View This Afternoon's Partial Solar Eclipse   - 110 Minutes ago
11:14 am If you live in North America and clear skies are in the forecast, then you’re in for a treat. A partial solar eclipse will be visible across most of North America this afternoon. Unfortunately,
  
    
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