Monthly Archives: April 2015

How a widely used pesticide can give bees too much ‘buzz’

How a widely used pesticide can give bees too much ‘buzz’News from Christian Science Monitor: Flitting from blossom to blossom, bees represent an ecological lifeline from one generation of plants to the next – paid in nectar and pollen to … Continue reading

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Hubble Space Telescope marks 25th anniversary in orbit this week

Hubble Space Telescope marks 25th anniversary in orbit this weekNews from Fox News: In this April 25, 1990 photograph provided by NASA, most of the giant Hubble Space Telescope can be seen as it is suspended in space by Discovery’s … Continue reading

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Vampire Squid feeds upon waste, blasts eggs

Vampire Squid feeds upon waste, blasts eggsNews from SlashGear: Chris Burns Today you’re going to learn about a squid that’s been profiled by a couple of scientists in the latest Current Biology science publication. A paper has been released, you … Continue reading

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Giant galaxies die from the inside out

Giant galaxies die from the inside outNews from Astronomy Magazine: Astronomers have shown for the first time how star formation in “dead” galaxies sputtered out billions of years ago. The European Southern Observatory’s (ESO) Very Large Telescope (VLT) and the … Continue reading

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New study indicates that our universe is expanding much slower than earlier …

New study indicates that our universe is expanding much slower than earlier …News from MicroCap Observer: A team of scientists led by Peter Milne of the University of Arizona has published a new study in the Astrophysical Journal indicating that … Continue reading

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Nearly perfect remains of Cenozoic ‘Terror Bird’ found

Nearly perfect remains of Cenozoic ‘Terror Bird’ foundNews from National Monitor: Researchers get their best look yet at one of the fiercest birds in history. Phorusracids, or “terror birds” were three to 10 foot tall, flightless, predatory birds that struck … Continue reading

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NASA Releases Stunning Images Of Algal Bloom Captured From Space

NASA Releases Stunning Images Of Algal Bloom Captured From SpaceNews from Daily Science Journal: NASA has released incredible images of algal blooms captured from space. The image was part of the $ 3.6 million project, which was announced by NASA … Continue reading

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Taurus’ Young Star MWC 480 Discovered to Have Complex Organic Molecules …

Taurus’ Young Star MWC 480 Discovered to Have Complex Organic Molecules …News from Times Gazette: A young star-forming system was discovered to contain complex organic molecules. Could this be the possibility that the same chemistry exists far away from our … Continue reading

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Hubble Telescope Captures Amazing Stills of Bright Green Clouds

Hubble Telescope Captures Amazing Stills of Bright Green CloudsNews from American Register: Hubble Telescope has captured amazing photographs of massive clouds of gas that are located many light years away. This discovery indicates the presence of the brightest things in … Continue reading

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Frustrated Magnets: Princeton Researchers Conduct New Experiment Revealing …

Frustrated Magnets: Princeton Researchers Conduct New Experiment Revealing …News from Geek Infinite: 2015/04/05 2:18 AM Princeton University scientists were astonished to see that frustrated magnets show a behavior called the Hall Effect. Frustrated magnets are materials that are believed to … Continue reading

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