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3.5-Billion-Year-Old Bacteria Found in Australia
 

3.5-Billion-Year-Old Bacteria Found in Australia

 Science and nature  13th November 2013 | Author: mat

The evidence of ancient bacteria were found in rocks that are extremely rare, and If scientists happen to stumble upon them, they're almost always compromised by forces of nature.

Huge step made in understanding touch sensations
 

Huge step made in understanding touch sensations

 Science and nature  30th December 2011 | Author: mat

A breakthrough color-coding technique has been developed to give neuroscientists a tool for studying the mysterious touch sense.

New terrifying dinosaur found in North America
 

New terrifying dinosaur found in North America

 Science and nature  22nd November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

Breaking news! A new species of predatory dinosaur, that probably terrorized the mighty T-Rex has been found in North America.

Global warming makes animals shrink
 

Global warming makes animals shrink

 Science and nature  3rd November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

It has been known for years, that some mammals decreased in size significantly during the two ancient global warming events. The same thing could happen as a result of human caused global warning.

Ultra rare bay cat caught on video in Borneo
 

Ultra rare bay cat caught on video in Borneo

 Science and nature  5th November 2013 | Author: KimmyK

The slick bay cat is the cat that we know the least about has been captured on a camera in a rain forest of Borneo in Indonesia.

Ig Nobel Prize Winners List 2012
 

Ig Nobel Prize Winners List 2012

 Science and nature  23rd September 2012 | Author: podtalje

Ig Nobel Prizes are given to serious scientists where result of research is to make people laugh, then make them think. Now they have just announced winners for 2012.

Humans carry fifth of Neanderthal's genetic code
 

Humans carry fifth of Neanderthal's genetic code

 Science and nature  31st January 2014 | Author: mat

Due to sexual encounters between Neanderthals and our direct ancestors we carry quite a fair chunk of Neanderthal's genome.

Coldest place on Earth
 

Coldest place on Earth

 Science and nature  16th December 2013 | Author: mat

Scientists have recorded the new lowest temperatures on Earth since the record from 1983. And let me tell, the numbers are breathtaking low.

Neutrinos are not faster than light, CERN admits
 

Neutrinos are not faster than light, CERN admits

 Science and nature  8th June 2012 | Author: mat

In the latest news, CERN admits that their claim to have caught neutrinos breaking the speed of light is faulty.

The biggest lab on wheels landed on Mars
 

The biggest lab on wheels landed on Mars

 Science and nature  6th August 2012 | Author: mat

Rover Curiosity, the biggest laboratory on wheels, successfully landed on the Red Planet's deepest crater called Gale and you can follow it on Twitter and Facebook as well.

Rex, the world's most high-tech humanoid
 

Rex, the world's most high-tech humanoid

 Science and nature  6th February 2013 | Author: mat

Rex is the most advanced humanoid in the world and it was shown to the public yesterday in London. It has a beating heart and eyes that can see. Meet Rex and its human doppelganger with bionic arm.

New theory of why Europeans became white
 

New theory of why Europeans became white

 Science and nature  28th January 2014 | Author: mat

The latest DNA analysis of around 7,000 years old male hunter-gatherer from Spain may shed some new light over the theory of why European's skin became lighter in color.

Scientists have discovered a new human body part
 

Scientists have discovered a new human body part

 Science and nature  6th November 2013 | Author: mat

This sounds pretty amazing if not impossible, but the scientists revealed they found a new, previously unknown body part in the human knee.

Birth of the Hertz
 

Birth of the Hertz

 Science and nature  22nd February 2012 | Author: mat

On this day, 118 years ago a German physicist named Heinrich Rudolf Hertz was born, responsible for the first successful wireless transmission.  

Satellite for less than $1,000
 

Satellite for less than $1,000

 Science and nature  24th April 2013 | Author: podtalje

NASA has launched three smartphones into orbit as part of a low-budget, experimental satellite program to prove that a satellite can be built for less than $1,000 using off the shelf equipment.

World's biggest offshore wind turbine is complete
 

World's biggest offshore wind turbine is complete

 Science and nature  26th November 2013 | Author: TheDude

French engineering company have announced that its new generation wind turbine is finally finished and ready to produce some serious megawatts of electricity.

 
   
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