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Venus's turbulent atmosphere
Venus is often referred to as Earth's twin because both planets share a similar size and surface composition.
Holograms may help search for life signs in space
A technique called digital holographic microscopy, which uses lasers to record 3D images, may help scientists spot extraterrestrial microbes, according to a NASA's new research.
Study suggests dark matter more cold than fuzzy
New analysis suggested dark matter is cold and heavy, not light and fuzzy.
Faster way to unlock a new class of polymers
A team of researchers has developed a faster and easier way to make sulfur-containing polymers that will lower the cost of large-scale production.
Learning to lie comes easy to psychopaths
New research suggested people with psychopathic traits aren't innately better liars but are better at learning to lie.
Humans, dogs to have conversations within a decade as technology developed
For those who ever wondered what would happen if dogs could talk, they may soon find out as ‘pet translators’ could be available in an little as a decade.
Bird songs provide insight into how developing brain forms memories
Researchers at the University of Chicago have demonstrated, for the first time, that a key protein complex in the brain is linked to the ability of young animals to learn behavioral patterns from adults.
Bouncing balls on a hot pan led to a new physics discovery
It all started when a Ukrainian programmer and aspiring rapper dropped a handful of hydrogel balls on his piping-hot pancake griddle.
Astronomers detail additional evidence of water inside the moon
New analysis of ancient volcanic grains on the moon suggested the lunar mantle is surprisingly rich in water.
First floating wind farm emerges off coast of Scotland
The world's first full-scale floating wind farm has started to take shape off the northeast coast of Scotland.
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