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The Next Einstein Forum Conference Pushes for Scientists’ Development in Africa

Africa has proved to be a resourceful continent that offered many bright minds. The Next Einstein Forum conference focuses exactly…

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Age and Distance of one of the Oldest Objects in the Universe Calculated using Ancient Math

The galaxy is full of mysteries and the role of astronomers is to try and decipher some of them. While…

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Scientists have Grown Vegetables in Antarctica

You may have never thought it truly possible for one to grow vegetable in Antarctica, one of the world’s coldest…

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The Negative Effects of Stormwater Runoff

For many persons rain is soothing and refreshing. A storm might appear to have a cleansing effect for the environment,…

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People Can Now Volunteer to Screen and Protect UAE’s Coral Reefs

Reef Check UAE’s initiative is a piece of a more extensive worldwide effort to conserve seas’ coral reefs under risk….

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Canada is in Crisis: About the Opioid Issues

The Public Health Agency of Canada affirmed that 2,923 Canadians passed away from opioid-related overdoses amongst January and September 2017….

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Researchers found a “Dinosaur Playground” in Scotland’s Isle of Skye

It all started with some footprints found in Scotland’s Isle of Skye Tremendous dinosaurs skipped and sprinkled about 170 million…

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Climate Change to Kill Orchid Responsible for Bees Mating

The early spider orchid is perhaps one of the most magical flowers out there since the smell that it has…

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Top Organic Protein Powders that are Great for your Body

If you made the decision to live a healthy life and you want to give protein powders a chance, it…

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The Dragon Spacecraft has just Arrived at the International Space Station

We have great news for you! This Wednesday a Dragon spacecraft has safely reached the International Space Station. Here it…

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