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Deadly Death Cap Mushrooms Early Appearance In BC Sparks Health Concerns In Victoria

Health department’s officials in Victoria raised warnings regarding the early appearance of deadly mushrooms in BC (British Columbia). According to Island…

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A New Study Reinforces The Theory That Ross 128b Exoplanet Might Host Liquid Water

A new study examining chemical compounds within the host star of the Ross 128b exoplanet, the second rocky planet within…

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Climate Change Will Diminish Fisheries Productivity Worldwide By 2050, A New FAO Report Revealed

The livelihoods of millions of people who depend on fishing are at risk, according to new analyses and models published…

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Species Extinction Rate Accelerated By 1,000 Times Due To Human Activity And Climate Change

The process of species extinction has accelerated up to 1,000 times due to the abusive exploitation of natural resources and…

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NASA’s GRACE-FO Climate-Monitoring Satellites Successfully Tested Their Laser Ranging Interferometer Instruments

About a couple of months ago, in May, SpaceX deployed to orbit NASA’s new climate-monitoring satellites, but only approximately a month…

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Climate Change Affects The Interactions Between Plants And Pollinators More Then Expected

Some plants and pollinators relate to each other more frequently than to other species in the same environment. Up to…

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Solar Panels Powered By Bacteria Can Produce Energy Even In Low-Light Conditions

A new type of solar panels powered by bacteria developed by the researchers at the University of British Columbia takes…

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Australia’s Reptiles Are Threatened By Invasive Species And Climate Change

Australia’s reptiles, mainly lizards and snakes, are endangered by invasive species and climate change, and 7% of them are on…

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The Europeans Build The World’s Most Powerful Particle Accelerator That Outperforms CERN, The ESS

On the outskirts of the Swedish town of Lund, between fields of crops and old windmills, one of the most…

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Europa Is The Best Candidate For Extraterrestrial Life – NASA’s Europa Clipper To Launch In 2022

Europa is an icy moon of Jupiter that is most likely to host extraterrestrial life, due to the existence of…

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