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With help from a grant from the Canadian Space Agency, a group of space enthusiasts will be sending their second camera-equipped cube into orbit in hopes of averting another natural disaster like Fort McMurray. The Canadian Space Agency has awarded...
Gravity may be preventing aliens from leaving their planets, A New Study Reveals. It's an old conundrum. Given the high probability of life being out there in an incredibly massive universe, why have we not received any contact? Explanations range from...
Eleven-year-old Ryleigh Taylor was walking along the shore of Douglas Lake in East Tennessee when she came upon an unusual structure lying on a rock. Finding ancient fossils is no easy task, even for seasoned paleontologists and other researchers who...
There is good news for the Great Barrier Reef. The Australian government has announced to provide funding of more than $379 million for the Great Barrier Reef. The Australian Government will protect thousands of jobs, improve water quality, tackle coral-eating...
In the Gulf of Oman, the water is still. But tranquility isn’t always a positive sign — in fact, the gulf is less Garden of Eden than it is Chernobyl. According to researchers from the University of East Anglia...
The European Space Agency’s fancy new Mars orbiter only arrived at the Red Planet a few weeks ago, but it’s already delivering some really fantastic eye candy of the Martian surface. The European Space Agency's (ESA) ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter...
Researchers have calculated how much radiation the people of Hiroshima may have been subjected to after the 1945 bombing, using tissue from one of the victims for the first time. The explosions prompted scientists across the globe to conduct detailed...
These simulations indicated that once these galaxies merge, the resulting galaxy cluster will rival some of the most massive clusters we see in the Universe today. The research team, led by Tim Miller from Dalhousie University in Canada and Yale...
A dinosaur museum in B.C. may have to shut down. The District of Tumbler Ridge has denied the museum its $200,000 annual funding. Tumbler Ridge Mayor Don McPherson said that after almost 20 years of providing grants to the museum,...
Researchers from the University of Southern California and the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) have come up with a machine-learning based AI system which boasts the ability to speed up troop training 13 fold. Researchers are improving the rate of...

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