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The Sun Is Eerily Quiet, And Scientists Aren’t Sure Why

The Sun Is Eerily Quiet, And Scientists Aren’t Sure Why

Just a few weeks back the Sun was peppered with sunspots- dark areas stretching thousands of kilometers across that come and go. This was hardly surprising given that it is currently in the middle of its solar maximum- the most active period in the Sun’s 11-year cycle. But in an image taken last Thursday by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory there was not a […]

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Single Tree Grows 40 Kinds Of Fruit

Single Tree Grows 40 Kinds Of Fruit

In an ongoing series on hybridizing fruit trees, Syracuse University sculptor Sam Van Aken’s Tree of 40 Fruit is true to its name. Most of the year, it looks pretty ordinary, but in the spring, the tree blossoms display various tones of pink, crimson, and white. Then, from July through October, it bears 40 different types of stone fruit, including almonds, apricots, cherries, […]

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New Method Actually Cuts HIV Out Of Human DNA

New Method Actually Cuts HIV Out Of Human DNA

Researchers from Temple University School of Medicine have developed a method to target and snip out HIV-1 DNA from infected cells which not only successfully eliminated the virus in the lab, but also immunized uninfected cells against infection. The researchers believe this may be a step towards a permanent cure for HIV and could even be translated into an effective mechanism for […]

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Scientists Get First Look Inside Mysterious Siberian Crater

Scientists Get First Look Inside Mysterious Siberian Crater

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Up To 100 Passengers on Board Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 Were Top Experts In HIV/AIDS

Up To 100 Passengers on Board Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 Were Top Experts In HIV/AIDS

As many as 100 passengers on board Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 were bound for the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, it emerged today. The disaster, which left 298 people dead, claimed the lives of some of the world’s leading experts in the battle against HIV and devastated their families, friends and colleagues. According to theSydney Morning Herald, delegates arriving in […]

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NASA Launches ‘Flying Saucer’ to Test Mars Landing Tech (Video)

NASA Launches ‘Flying Saucer’ to Test Mars Landing Tech (Video)

By Mike Wall, Senior Writer This story was updated at 6:30 p.m. EDT on June 29. New NASA gear that could help humanity set up an outpost on Mars has gotten its first test flight. The space agency launched its Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) test vehicle Saturday (June 28) from Hawaii. Although the first part of the test went well, the vehicle’s […]

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Interbreeding Among Early Hominins

Interbreeding Among Early Hominins

photo credit: Bryan Wright The evolutionary tree for modern humans a bit of a mess – humans haven’t had a close relative on this planet for over 10,000 years, but there used to be several other closely related species living at the same time. Genetic analyses on bone fragments from Neanderthals and Denisovans has given us new insight into our not-so-distant […]

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Nearby Exoplanet Is Best Candidate For Supporting Life

Nearby Exoplanet Is Best Candidate For Supporting Life

photo credit: Artistic representation of the potentially habitable Super-Earth Gliese 832 c against a stellar nebula background. Credit: PHL @ UPR Arecibo, NASA Hubble, Stellarium Share3 Tweet2 0 Reddit0 0 Finding new exoplanets is always awesome, but discovering exoplanets within the star’s habitable zone are exponentially more exciting. A team led by Robert Wittenmyer of the University of New South Wales has announced the discovery […]

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NEPAL: FROZEN CAVEMAN DISCOVERED IN HIMALAYA

NEPAL: FROZEN CAVEMAN DISCOVERED IN HIMALAYA

Pokhara| A group of climbers on an expedition in the Himalaya Mountains, have stumbled upon a complexe of caverns that seem to have recently surfaced after a series of violent avalanches in the region. Inside one of the caves, the team of Norwegian and Swedish mountaineers, found the remains of a humanoid male from the paleolithic era. According to the primary analysis of […]

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