NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly Proved That Life In Outer Space Can Cause Genetic Changes

NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly Proved That Life In Outer Space Can Cause Genetic Changes

By comparing astronaut Scott Kelly after a year in space, to his brother, Mark Kelly, that was left on Earth, it was proven that they were not genetically identical twins anymore after the space trip Scott’s year in space might...
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Humans Are To Blame For The Future Extinction of Almost One Million Animal and Plant Species

Humans Are To Blame For The Future Extinction of Almost One Million Animal and Plant Species

The UN reports that humans are having a devastating impact on nature on land, in the seas, and in the sky An official UN report shows that about one million animal and plant species are being threatened with extinction due...
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NASA’s InSight Lander Just Detected The First “Marsquake”

NASA’s InSight Lander Just Detected The First “Marsquake”

The American space agency’s InSight lander recently detected its first seismic event on planet Mars. Even though the spacecraft had been on Mars since November, the probe’s seismometer (SEIS) has been active since December, and the first seismic activity w...
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New Study Shows That Precise Brain Stimulation Boosts Memory

New Study Shows That Precise Brain Stimulation Boosts Memory

Using electricity to stimulate the brain can boost people’s working memory A neuroscience team at US Boston University gave people in their sixties and seventies the working memory of someone in their twenties by specifically stimulating the brain, and the.....
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European Team Is Set To Drill For The Oldest Ice On Earth In Antarctica

European Team Is Set To Drill For The Oldest Ice On Earth In Antarctica

A team of 14 European researchers are going on an expedition in Antarctica hoping to find the oldest ice on Earth as announced at the European Geosciences Union Conference (EGU) in Vienna, Austria on Tuesday. The European project is called...
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Japan’s Hayabusa 2 Spacecraft Might Have Just Bombed An Asteroid

Japan’s Hayabusa 2 Spacecraft Might Have Just Bombed An Asteroid

The spacecraft is believed to have detonated an explosive charge on the asteroid it is exploring The Hayabusa 2 spacecraft kick-started the asteroid mining era in February when it first landed on asteroid Ryugu, even though it arrived in the...
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Singapore Just Got Its First Zero Energy Building

Singapore Just Got Its First Zero Energy Building

The National University of Singapore (NUS) managed to built Singapore’s first net-zero energy building A new building was just opened in Singapore, the building is special because it was designed to consume only as much energy as it produces. The...
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