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The Irish Sea Landscapes will now be Explored by an Irish Research Team

Europe’s Lost Frontiers aims to explore various lost landscapes under the sea, and now they have a new member. A…

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MDEQ to have more Supervision in the Future Thanks to a New Legislation

Environmental issues are starting to become more and more serious, but despite this reality, it appears that governments fail to…

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Manitoba has Finally Decided to join Canada’s Climate Change Plan

After about a year of resistance, Manitoba has finally agreed to join Ottawa’s climate plan by becoming part of the…

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New Study: Any Musical Instrument Improves the Audio and Motor Connectivity in the Brain

Playing an instrument all through life enhances the association between the hearing territory and the motor zone, as uncovered by…

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Former Trump Adviser Pleads Guilty in the Mueller Inquiry

The 2016 election was a controversial one, and the suspicions soon led to legal consequences. The investigation is still ongoing,…

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NASA to Share Time-lapse Pictures of the South Pole of Jupiter

Pictures have appeared on the internet, which catches cloud designs close to Jupiter’s south post, gazing upward towards the planet’s…

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Scientists Visualized At Nanoscale How Lithium Ions Travel Inside The Electrolyte

Lithium-ion accumulators are widely used to power almost anything we use now, including laptops, smartphones, electric cars and so other…

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Trump Deal with United Technologies – $2.5 billion Contract with No Competition

United Technologies gave Donald Trump boasting rights in 2016 when, weeks after he won the title of being the president…

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NASA to Use Innovative Technology For Next-Gen Spacesuits that Keeps Astronauts Happy

Even though being an astronaut means you get to see some of the most amazing views, this doesn’t mean that…

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MIT Expert Points Towards Ancient Cave Drawings as Origin Place of Homo Sapiens Language

Scientists believe that human language dates back to over 100,000 years ago. However, the one mystery that scientists are not…

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