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10/29/2017

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Antarctic moss beds are easily disturbed. Drones now allow scientists to survey moss from afar.

With two rovers patrolling the surface of Mars, six spacecraft orbiting above it, and scientists here on Earth studying the Red Planet from afar, new findings are announced often. Here are a few of the latest updates.

East Africa Metals Inc has received government approval of East Africa’s Mining Licence Agreement for the Terakimti Oxide Gold Project at the company’s 70% owned Harvest Project located in the Tigray National Regional State of the Federal Democratic

After major losses in Syria and Iraq, the self-proclaimed Islamic State (ISIS) is seen as a diminishing threat — and President Donald Trump has declared the armed group defeated. But while it’s true that the group has lost a lot of terri

Busy Bees
November 29th, 2017|Tags: science, wildlife|0 Comments.fusion-fullwidth-1 { padding-left: px !important; padding-right: px !important; }By Dylan Stuntz, American Forests Bees are often appreciated from afar for their pollination and honey, but if th
Wildlife Works
11/22/2017

WHY BUYING NOTHING THIS HOLIDAY WILL SAVE THE PLANET
Wildlife Works is a wildlife and forest conservation company that protects the most remote forests in the world.  We are deeply connected to the miracles of nature and it inspires our work and our personal consumption choices. The explosive growth a
Inhabitat
11/21/2017

The presence of an unidentified object hurtling through our solar system recently prompted a call to action from observatories throughout the world. NASA has confirmed that it’s the first object to arrive from another star – and it may
IPS News
11/21/2017

Ethnic Violence in Ethiopia Amid Shadowy Politics
Displaced Somali at a camp on the outskirts of the city of Dire Dawa in eastern Ethiopia. Credit: James Jeffrey/IPSBy James JeffreyNEAR THE OROMIA-SOMALI REGIONAL BORDER, Ethiopia, Nov 21 2017 (IPS)Ethnic animosity unleashed in Ethiopia has displace
News.au
11/21/2017

Scientific analysis has revealed that the first object to pass through our solar system from interstellar space is an asteroid with an unusually elongated shape. The asteroid was first spotted on October 19 by researchers using the Pan-STARRS 1 tele

Researchers at MIT and Paris Descartes University have developed a new optogenetic technique that sculpts light to target individual cells bearing engineered light-sensitive molecules, so that individual neurons can be precisely stimulated. Until no

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10/29/2017

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Singapore awards tunnel contract

Singapore awards tunnel contract


Animal Antibiotic Sales Finally Drop, But Much Work Remains

Animal Antibiotic Sales Finally Drop, But Much


Neo Solar Power benefiting from domestic Taiwan solar demand

Neo Solar Power benefiting from domestic Taiwan


Bath research project recognised by RIBA

Bath research project recognised by RIBA


Disability and design. At the Smithsonian a recap exhibition

Disability and design. At the Smithsonian a recap






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