- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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' 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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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