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Biofuel takes off

Biofuel takes off

Air travel is predicted to treble in the next two decades. We will need nearly 40 000 new commercial aircraft and aviation biofuel....

Scientists disprove three-second rule

Your chocolate tumbles to the ground, you yell "three-second rule!" and eat it. But researchers have found bacteria can contaminate food instantaneously....

Tasmanian devils evolve facial cancer resistance

Facing extinction, the Tasmanian devils have fought back against a transmissible facial cancer that has devastated their populations....

Astronomers find strange signal from less than 100 light-years

A strange signal coming from a star less than 100 light-years away has been observed by astronomers in Russia....

Luigi the poop robot records what you ingest

Researchers from the MIT Underworlds program have created a robot named Luigi that can plunge the stinky depths of sewers to collect poop samples....

AS-202 computer core rope memory modules (parts 1 & 2)

A local man shows the recovered core rope memory modules from the AS-202 spacecraft - the second unmanned suborbital test flight....

Researchers to print alien rocks with 3D-printers

Rocks from other planets could soon be at scientists’ fingertips, instead of sitting in a collaborator’s lab halfway around the world or on another planet....

Greenland shark oldest vertebrate at 400

Move over tortoises. The Greenland shark has taken the crown as the world's oldest vertebrate. This was recently confirmed by a shark's eye lens tests....

Why are PMS causes still unclear?

Studies have found that 90 percent of women suffer at least one symptom of PMS, yet the exact causes and treatments are still a mystery....

Ancient skeleton may confirm Greek sacrifice legend

Archaeologists have made a discovery at the top of a Greek mountain which might corroborate one of the darkest legends of antiquity: human sacrifice....

New method allows stiff materials to cover complex shapes

Complex shapes can prove difficult to cover with materials like leather, plastic and metal. A new method could solve this problem by cutting patterned holes......

Can stress-resistant corals protect the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef along with coral reefs around the world are in the midst of the largest coral bleaching event yet. ResearchGate finds out...

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