Natural Sciences

The impact that cooled the earth

It’s now accepted scientific fact that the extinction of the dinosaurs was the direct result of a colossal meteor impact…

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Another Martian riddle

The oxygen in Martian air is changing in a way that can’t currently be explained by known chemical processes. That’s…

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Why apples may not be red for much longer

Humans have favoured red apples for generations, but rising temperatures could spell the end of a rosy red treat. The…

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Are we witnessing a new Mass Extinction?

For more than 3.5 billion years, living organisms have thrived, multiplied and diversified to occupy every ecosystem on Earth. The…

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What shape is the universe?

No matter how elegant your theory is, experimental data will have the last word. Observations of the retrograde motion of…

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Moon Exploration: Europe takes up the challenge

The European Space Agency (Esa) will show its commitment to the new wave oflunar exploration when member-state research ministers meet…

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UAE Space Agency celebrates World Space Week

The UAE Space Agency participated in World Space Week, which focuses on the role of science and technology for the…

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This is what you can consume and avoid to lessen your risk of bowel cancer

Australia has one of the world’s largest bowel cancer rates. Bowel cancer was Australia’s second most prevalent cancer in 2017…

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Dogs in Norway die due to mystery disease

Over the past few days, officials say, a mystery disease has killed a number of dogs in Norway. The Norwegian…

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To decrease your danger of Alzheimer’s disease, are there certain foods you can consume?

With the increase of fad diets, “superfoods,” and an increasing choice of dietary supplements, it is sometimes difficult to understand…

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