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Strong Evidence of Granite Presence on Mars Found

Mars is one of the hottest topics of discussion these days. Many countries have sent Mars mission and others are in planning stage.

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Underwater Sex Show to be Seen this Weekend

Underwater Sex Show to be Seen this Weekend

According to a new report, a biggest sex show ever happened on this planet is about to be seen in Australia. This show will be seen this weekend for a few special hours. The Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest living organism on this planet, will experience its annual coral spawning season.

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Small Lasers for Cheaper, Faster and Lighter Computers

Small Lasers for Cheaper, Faster and Lighter Computers

The Australian National University is all set to create the first room temperature lasers with the help of gallium arsenide nanowires. This brings the dream of faster, smaller electronics one step closer.

Mr. Dhruv Saxena from the Research School of Physics & Engineering said, "The wires and lasers will lead to much faster, much lighter computers because light travels faster than electrons, allowing us to process data much faster".

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Indonesia's Sinabung and Merapi Volcanoes Explode

 Indonesia's Sinabung and Merapi Volcanoes Explode

According to a latest report, two volcanoes have recently erupted in Indonesia. These eruptions have prompted warnings for flights. These eruptions have also prompted evacuation preparations in the region.

The State volcanologist Surono said that Mount Sinabung in North Sumatra province ooze out volcanic ash as high as 8,000 meters (26,246 feet). According to him, this height is the highest among its eruptions in the recent days.

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NASA to Launch New Mars Mission

NASA to Launch New Mars Mission

It is said that Mars used to enjoy the same atmosphere as Earth has now. In order to know what made Mars to lose the same, NASA is going to launch a new mission.

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Benchmark Toolkit 'Shows Evolution of Cognition'

Benchmark Toolkit 'Shows Evolution of Cognition'

In what may well turn out to be one of the most imperative studies in the field archeological studies, scientists have apparently unveiled what could be concrete evidence of fundamental acquaintance of technological and chemical progressions during the Middle Stone Age.

During their venture, scientists discovered a workshop and an ochre tool kit from Stilbaai, Western Cape. The mission was instigated by Prof. Christopher Henshilwood from Wits University's Institute for Human Evolution.

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Teenage Girl Wins Grand Prize for Developing Technique to Improve Ovarian Cancer Treatment

Teenage Girl Wins Grand Prize for Developing Technique to Improve Ovarian Cancer

Recently, Google organized its first science fair to honor the top scientists of the future and the surprising fact was that all of the winners were women.

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Pandor to Present Africa’s Bid To Host Radio Telescope

Pandor to Present Africa’s Bid To Host Radio Telescope

A new Science and Technology Minister, Naledi Pandor will present Africa's bid to host the massive Square Kilometre Array (SKA) radio telescope at an international conference, which will begin in the Canadian Rockies town of Banff today.

Pandor has received support from Director-General, Dr Phil Mjwara, and other senior officials from her department.

More than 70 institutes in 20 countries with their industry partners are participating in the scientific and technical design of the SKA telescope.

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Hot Water Lurks 1000 feet beneath the Earth Surface, Claims Geologists

Hot Water Lurks 1000 feet beneath the Earth Surface, Claims Geologists

Recently, geologists have found that more than a mile below the surface of Earth, there lurks hot water and thus they have claimed that this way radiators in thousands of homes could be easily powered.

However, this is a much cheaper and greener alternative to gas and coal but at the same time, it seeks digging a few thousand feet below the earth surface.

In February, drilling has been already initiated at the former site of the city’s Scottish and Newcastle Brewery by a team led by Professor Paul Younger, of Newcastle University.

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"Ice Explorer" to Depict Actual State of Arctic Sea-Ice

"Ice Explorer" to Depict Actual State of Arctic Sea-Ice

Arctic sea-ice is of the issue that depicts the depth of destroyed environment, global warming, pollution, or deviations in various environmental conditions. The scientists have long used satellite imagery to demonstrate the actual state of Arctic sea ice and now they have made use of satellite inputs for regular updates on ice desert. Consequently, on Tuesday, the European Space Agency's Cryo Sat spacecraft has released the first ice thickness map.

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