A team of scientists has discovered a new way to explain why some supermassive stars release huge flashes of radiation — known as gamma-ray bursts — during the final moments of their lives.
Posted by rodeo 33 days ago (http://www.slashgear.com)
We've been hearing talks of the future formation of a colony on Mars, and it seems that space agencies and companies are quite adamant to get it going.
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston have made functioning rat kidneys in the laboratory, a bioengineering achievement that may one day lead to the ability to create replacement or
Posted by adelinabertt 34 days ago (http://www.popsci.com)
Most of the more than 800 exoplanets discovered have unbelievably boring names — 16 Cygni Bb or HD 41004 Ab, to name a couple. So some enterprising entrepreneurs have started a naming contest that al
Posted by Cany 35 days ago (http://www.csmonitor.com)
Aurora Borealis tonight? Yes, New York, Pennsylvania, and parts of the US Midwest could see a rare spectacular aurora borealis light show tonight, based on the forecasts.
Posted by jon 37 days ago (http://news.discovery.com)
Two million years ago in South Africa, a cross between humans and apes walked with a pigeon-toed gait, ate mostly veggies and spent a lot of time swinging in the trees.
A cache of fossilized dinosaur embryos unearthed in China is giving scientists their best glimpse yet into the development of these ancient creatures.
Posted by krockicka 39 days ago (http://www.livescience.com)
There's good news for those who fear things that bite in the night.
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