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Daily Mail
The world's oldest fossil found on 3.7 billion-old sea bedhave been shown to be the oldest fossil of a living organism on Earth. The tin
The world's oldest fossil found on 3.7 billion-old sea bed
Daily Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
have been shown to be the oldest fossil of a living organism on Earth. The tiny shapes preserved in the sedimentary rock for 3.7 billion years were created by prehistoric bacteria and reveal new clues about how life emerged on our planet. Tiny... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
NASA Scientists Arrive in Walvis Baywith clouds and change their ability to warm or cool the earth. The scientists
NASA Scientists Arrive in Walvis Bay
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
with clouds and change their ability to warm or cool the earth. The scientists will be based in Walvis Bay and will for the next three years work with students from the Namibia University of Science and Technology and scientists from the... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
Klyde Morris ()Heli Rte Also: Aerosim Scholarship, Santa Monica Nonsense, Marine One, UAV Deve
Klyde Morris ()
The Aero-News Network / Posted 2 days ago
Heli Rte Also: Aerosim Scholarship, Santa Monica Nonsense, Marine One, UAV Developer Kit, FAA Penalty, F-35 Weapons Test, Coastal Helicopters The Cessna Citation Longitude moves closer to i>[...] Another Tough Weekend For Airshows... Two Pilots... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
NASA Flies To Africa to Study Climate Effects Of Smoke On CloudsTwo Research Aircraft Head To Namibia Because Of Its Unique Climate NASA scien
NASA Flies To Africa to Study Climate Effects Of Smoke On Clouds
The Aero-News Network / Posted 3 days ago
Two Research Aircraft Head To Namibia Because Of Its Unique Climate NASA scientists and two research aircraft are on their way to a unique natural laboratory off the Atlantic coast of southwest Africa to study a major unknown in future climate... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
BirchBioMed announces successful completion of Phase I trial for topical treatment to prevent scarringInc. announced today that a unique and ground-breaking topical treatment develo
BirchBioMed announces successful completion of Phase I trial for topical treatment to prevent scarring
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
Inc. announced today that a unique and ground-breaking topical treatment developed by University of British Columbia (UBC) researchers to prevent scarring has completed a Health Canada approved Phase I trial. The double-blind and... Read more
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Philly.com
Jellyfish threat in NJ waters will persist, researchers sayreproducing in Monmouth County's Shrewsbury River and "will almost certainly be
Jellyfish threat in NJ waters will persist, researchers say
Philly.com / Posted 6 days ago
reproducing in Monmouth County's Shrewsbury River and "will almost certainly be a presence" there next year, according to researchers. "That's disturbing news," said Montclair State University biologist Jack Gaynor, because the Shrewsbury joins... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
NASA to Study Climate Effects of Smoke on Clouds in Africa NASA scientists and two research aircraft are on their way to a unique natura
NASA to Study Climate Effects of Smoke on Clouds in Africa
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 6 days ago
NASA scientists and two research aircraft are on their way to a unique natural laboratory off the Atlantic coast of southwest Africa to study a major unknown in future climate... Read more
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PhysOrg
NASA flies to Africa to study climate effects of smoke on cloudsCredit: NASA NASA scientists and two research aircraft are on their way to a un
NASA flies to Africa to study climate effects of smoke on clouds
PhysOrg / Posted 6 days ago
Credit: NASA NASA scientists and two research aircraft are on their way to a unique natural laboratory off the Atlantic coast of southwest Africa to study a major unknown in future climate prediction. The coast of Namibia is one of three places on... Read more
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Capital City Weekly
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online NewspaperCox and Michael Navarro joined the University of Alaska Southeast as assistant
CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online Newspaper
Capital City Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
Cox and Michael Navarro joined the University of Alaska Southeast as assistant professors of Marine Fisheries this fall.For the past three years, Cox has served as the Director for the Alaska Native Science and Engineering (ANSEP) program at UAS... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Better Burgers, More Healthful Hot Dogs: Could A Pinch Of Seaweed Be The Answer?healthful by adding nutrient-packed seaweed, a staple in Japanese and other Asi
Better Burgers, More Healthful Hot Dogs: Could A Pinch Of Seaweed Be The Answer?
KERA North Texas / Posted 13 days ago
healthful by adding nutrient-packed seaweed, a staple in Japanese and other Asian cuisines. But it's still early days of research. The Madrid-based team has been exploring what happens to the taste, texture and smell of meat products when they... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Better Burgers, More Healthful Hot Dogs: Could A Pinch Of Seaweed Be The Answer?healthful by adding nutrient-packed seaweed, a staple in Japanese and other Asi
Better Burgers, More Healthful Hot Dogs: Could A Pinch Of Seaweed Be The Answer?
KPBS San Diego / Posted 13 days ago
healthful by adding nutrient-packed seaweed, a staple in Japanese and other Asian cuisines. But it's still early days of research. The Madrid-based team has been exploring what happens to the taste, texture and smell of meat products when they... Read more
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PhysOrg
Tropical sea urchins caught between a rock and a hot placeare vulnerable not just to predation and the ebb and flow of tides but also to
Tropical sea urchins caught between a rock and a hot place
PhysOrg / Posted 16 days ago
are vulnerable not just to predation and the ebb and flow of tides but also to shifts in temperature -- they may die before they can metamorphose if the water heats up just a couple degrees above normal. Credit: Michael J. Boyle The balmy... Read more
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PhysOrg
Rising water temperatures and acidification affect important plankton organismto cope with a variety of factors. How will plants and animals react when globa
Rising water temperatures and acidification affect important plankton organism
PhysOrg / Posted 22 days ago
to cope with a variety of factors. How will plants and animals react when global climate change alters their environment? Laboratory and field experiments, observations at naturally extreme habitats and modelling approaches help researchers to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
No Longer a Myth - Octopus Soup Boosts Libidothey now have scientific proof that octopus soup--popular known as supu ya pwez
No Longer a Myth - Octopus Soup Boosts Libido
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
they now have scientific proof that octopus soup--popular known as supu ya pweza--can indeed boost sexual desire in men. For many years, it was widely believed by most people living along the coast of Tanzania and the wider East Africa that... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
NW coastal mega-quakes more frequent than earlier thought | News - Home Massive amounts of new data refine scientists' findings A new
NW coastal mega-quakes more frequent than earlier thought
KTVZ Bend / Posted 24 days ago
| News - Home Massive amounts of new data refine scientists' findings A new analysis suggests that massive earthquakes on northern... Read more
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Times of Malta
Treating Maltese limestonescientists went about investigating these stones in the early 1980s. They looke
Treating Maltese limestone
Times of Malta / Posted 24 days ago
scientists went about investigating these stones in the early 1980s. They looked at the intact stone patinas – a naturally formed surface – and compared these to the friable ones. Taking into consideration stone types and environmental conditions,... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
U.S. coast at risk of hidden contaminationOhio State University) There's a hidden underground battle going on between fr
U.S. coast at risk of hidden contamination
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 26 days ago
Ohio State University) There's a hidden underground battle going on between fresh water and seawater in the U.S., and for the first time scientists have pinpointed where each side is "winning." A new study in the journal Science found that... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
U.S. coast at risk of hidden contaminationOhio State University) There's a hidden underground battle going on between fr
U.S. coast at risk of hidden contamination
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 26 days ago
Ohio State University) There's a hidden underground battle going on between fresh water and seawater in the U.S., and for the first time scientists have pinpointed where each side is "winning." A new study in the journal Science found that... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
U.S. coast at risk of hidden contaminationOhio State University) There's a hidden underground battle going on between fr
U.S. coast at risk of hidden contamination
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 26 days ago
Ohio State University) There's a hidden underground battle going on between fresh water and seawater in the U.S., and for the first time scientists have pinpointed where each side is "winning." A new study in the journal Science found that... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
U.S. coast at risk of hidden contaminationOhio State University) There's a hidden underground battle going on between fr
U.S. coast at risk of hidden contamination
The Record Searchlight / Posted 26 days ago
Ohio State University) There's a hidden underground battle going on between fresh water and seawater in the U.S., and for the first time scientists have pinpointed where each side is "winning." A new study in the journal Science found that... Read more
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The News and Star
Bid to boost Cumbrian economyA bid for funds to boost Cumbria’s economic growth could also lead to thousands
Bid to boost Cumbrian economy
The News and Star / Posted 1 months ago
A bid for funds to boost Cumbria’s economic growth could also lead to thousands of new jobs. Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), the county’s strategic economic body, has submitted its bid proposals for Growth Deal 3 funding from central... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Cumbria is one step closer to £165m investment planafter a £165m bid has been submitted to central government. Cumbria Local Ente
Cumbria is one step closer to £165m investment plan
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 1 months ago
after a £165m bid has been submitted to central government. Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership has submitted proposals for Growth Deal 3, the latest government funding round for projects aligned with regional strategic economic plans. As well... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Cumbria is one step closer to £367m investment planafter a £367m bid has been submitted to central government. Cumbria Local Ente
Cumbria is one step closer to £367m investment plan
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 1 months ago
after a £367m bid has been submitted to central government. Cumbria Local Enterprise Partnership has submitted proposals for Growth Deal 3, the latest government funding round for projects aligned with regional strategic economic plans. As well... Read more
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PhysOrg
First whale detected by newly deployed acoustic buoy in New York Bightwhale, the largest animal species on earth. The first whale detection was made
First whale detected by newly deployed acoustic buoy in New York Bight
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
whale, the largest animal species on earth. The first whale detection was made on Monday, July 4th. Credit: A.H. Kopelman for CRESLI. A new acoustic buoy recently deployed by scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and... Read more
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The Irish Times
Future homes: 3-D Printed and ready to roll - or fly— especially in cities. As Earth’s inhabitants, we need to rethink almost ever
Future homes: 3-D Printed and ready to roll - or fly
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
— especially in cities. As Earth’s inhabitants, we need to rethink almost everything about the way we live, especially in coastal cities, because our world may be reshaped by rising oceans in ways we can’t yet fully anticipate, according to... Read more

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