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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Scientists Say That Planet Venus Is Not Geologically Dead

Scientists Say That Planet Venus Is Not Geologically Dead

Our perception of Planet Venus might not be so correct after all. There is new research in progress that might just put an end to the belief that the planet is geologically dead There seems to be some ongoing volcanic...
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British Scientists Are Joining “Mission Jurassic” in Wyoming Dinosaur Hunt

British Scientists Are Joining “Mission Jurassic” in Wyoming Dinosaur Hunt

Project Mission Jurassic is digging land in Wyoming hoping to unearth more unknown Jurassic-era dinosaurs and now scientists from the UK are joining the team Scientists from London’s Natural History Museum – among which are paleontologists Dr Susannah ...
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Is This The Future Of HR?

Is This The Future Of HR?

Tengai is the world’s first job interview robot that is being tested in Sweden. Will it do a better job than humans? The job interview robot who won’t judge you is called Tengai, it measures 16 inches tall and weighs...
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Wallace Smith Broecker, The Scientist Who Introduced “Global Warming” Has Died

Wallace Smith Broecker, The Scientist Who Introduced “Global Warming” Has Died

The US geochemist who helped popularize the term “global warming” has died last month in New York at the age of 87 Wallace Smith Broecker initiated key research into the history of the Earth’s climate and humans’ influence upon it...
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Japan’s Hayabusa 2 Spacecraft Successfully Lands On Asteroid

Japan’s Hayabusa 2 Spacecraft Successfully Lands On Asteroid

The Japanese spacecraft was due to fire a pellet into the surface of an asteroid to capture dust and return the samples to Earth in 2020 Japan has sent a spacecraft to collect samples of rock from the surface of...
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Machine Learning May Not Be As Flawless As Originally Thought

Machine Learning May Not Be As Flawless As Originally Thought

Machine learning techniques used to analyze data might be producing misleading results Nowadays, a lot of scientific research across many subject areas involves using machine learning software to analyze already collected data. From biomedical research to astr...
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