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New Age X-Ray Machine Can Detect Small Quantities Of Nuclear Material And Help Prevent Illegal Trafficking
Apr 15, 2014 13:36 PM E
A research team has come up with a special algorithm, which when coupled with conventional, commercially available spectral X-ray detectors can improve the detection of uranium and plutonium.
dire wolf
Ice Age Predators Evolved To Adapt To Warming Temperatures
Apr 12, 2014 13:47 PM E
As warming temperatures during the Ice Age caused ice to begin melting, many predatory animals adapted to the changing climate by evolving.
titanic
The Titanic Disaster Was Not Completely Nature’s Fault, New Research Shows
Apr 11, 2014 15:45 PM E
Academics at the University of Sheffield have challenged this belief by saying that there are more icebergs in the ocean now than there were when the Titanic sank.
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Personal Screens Made From Mist: Innovative Technology Made Out Of Thin Air [VIDEO]
Apr 11, 2014 15:05 PM E
Soon you may be able to show your presentation slides by simply moving your finger through thin air, literally.
cells bursting
Scientists Discover Protein Essential For Cell Volume Regulation
Apr 10, 2014 16:52 PM E
Scientists from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have identified the protein that regulates the intake of water by cells and prevents them from bursting.
The Gospel of Jesus' Wife
Was Jesus Married? 'Gospel Of Jesus' Wife' Shows No Sign Of Forgery
Apr 10, 2014 14:11 PM E
Was Jesus married? An ancient text seems to say so. In the debate over whether the document is a forgery, a Harvard professor attempts to settle the dispute.
farm
Human History: Early Humans Had Stronger Bones Which Got Weaker As Farming Progressed
Apr 08, 2014 12:12 PM E
New research has established that after the advent of farming, human bones became progressively weaker.
Neanderthal skull
Neanderthals And Europeans Had Sex, Scientists Confirm Using Human Genome Study
Apr 08, 2014 11:12 AM E
Scientists behind a new analysis of human and Neanderthal genes say they've proved conclusively that humans and Neanderthals interbred after migrating from Africa.
 Manhattan Shrouded in Smog
Air Pollution Underestimated For A Decade Due to Escaped Vapors Hiding Behind Lab Walls
Apr 07, 2014 15:47 PM E
For 10 years, chemical engineers have been underestimating the presence in the atmosphere of toluene, a volatile chemical that is emitted by auto exhaust. A testing flaw is the culprit.
Ancient Shrimp
Fossil Of Ancient Shrimp Reveals First Known Cardiovascular System
Apr 07, 2014 13:56 PM E
An ancient shrimp-like creature had a heart and network of blood vessels similar to modern crustaceans, according to new research into Chinese fossils.
Chupacabra: Urban Legend or Terrifying Reality?
'Chupacabra' Found In Texas Is Really A Fur-less Raccoon, Says Author of Book on the Legendary Beast
Apr 04, 2014 16:56 PM E
An expert on the legendary creature, says the 'chupacabra' is really just a poor critter suffering from mange.
graphene
2D Materials: After Graphene, Researchers Now Find Miracle Molybdenum Disulfide
Apr 04, 2014 14:13 PM E
Researchers have found that two-dimensional molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) exhibits properties as good as or even better than graphene.
volcano
Temperature Greatly Influences Volcanic Activity Along Mid-Ocean Ridges
Apr 03, 2014 15:00 PM E
A large number of volcanic eruptions occur along mid-ocean ridges each year.
An Ancient Tomb Houses A 3,300-Year-Old Sarcophagus
Archaeologists Find 3,300 Year Old Remains of Scribe, Family in Egypt
Apr 02, 2014 10:29 AM E
Archaeologists Also Find A Red Sarcophagus And A Jasper Heart Amulet
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