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Canadian Lake Trout Specimens Caused A Decline Of 85% In The Fish Population In The Lakes In The Alpstein, Switzerland

Canadian lake trout have been introduced into Lake Falen in the Alpstein area to increase the fish populations.”In Lake Falen,…

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Safe Nuclear Energy: China Is Making Progress Towards Stable Nuclear Fusion For Energy Production

In a world characterized by increased demands for electricity and an increasingly damaged environment, China is leading the development of…

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Artificial Intelligence Could Be The Environmental Protection Solution Against Climate Change

Artificial Intelligence may be the ultimate solution to help us save the planet, especially in terms of environmental protection against…

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Climate Change In 2018 – Gloomy Predictions For This Year

The Earth’s climate has changed many times throughout history. Only in the last 650,000 years, there were seven cycles of…

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Gaia Satellite Has Made Possible The Most Complete 3D Sky Map Of Milky Way Showing More Than 1,7 Billion Stars

The European satellite Gaia has established a new catalog of measures, unveiled this Wednesday, to get a better idea of…

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Bajau People Possess Natural Genetic Adaptation To Underwater Swimming

The living proofs that people can possess natural genetic adaptation to underwater swimming were discovered in a new study, for…

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Global Warming Threatens The Survival Of The Penguins On The Brink Of Extinction

Global warming, which affects a third of the world’s avifauna, is the main threat to the survival of penguins, with…

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Scientists Plan To Use Genome Sequencing On All Species Living On Earth To Create The Largest DNA Database

Experts estimate that there are between 10 and 15 million eukaryotic species of plants, animals, and fungi on Earth but most…

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Microplastics Contamination In The Arctic Ocean Is The Largest Ever Discovered In The Region, By Now

German Polar Institute Alfred Wegener (AWI) recorded more than 12 thousand plastic particles per liter of sea ice in the…

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Is the Gender Bias Against Female Scientists When it Comes to the Peer Review of Research Grants?

Is peer survey biased? Female wellbeing specialists who wanted to get grants from Canada’s significant wellbeing research funder were financed…

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