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NASA\'s Mars InSight Is Unstuck And Officially Back To Work - Science

NASA\'s Mars InSight Is Unstuck And Officially Back To Work - Science

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2 days ago

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Nations must not take eyes off climate change or citizens will take their cause to the streets: Masagos, Environment News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Nations must not take eyes off climate change or citizens will take their cause to the streets: Masagos, Environment News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

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1 day ago

Citizens around the world, including young people, have recognised climate change as a defining issue of their time, Mr Masagos said.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Personal Trainers Slam Netflix’s Vegan ‘Game Changers’ Documentary

Personal Trainers Slam Netflix’s Vegan ‘Game Changers’ Documentary

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1 day ago

Game Changers documents the rise of a plant-based diet in elite athletes but how much of the science presented in the film is scientifically accurate?

Hacks \'carried out by Russian group disguised as Iranian cyber spies\' | Science & Tech News | Sky News

Hacks \'carried out by Russian group disguised as Iranian cyber spies\' | Science & Tech News | Sky News

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1 day ago

Investigators discover cyberattacks against more than 35 countries - including at least 20 that were successful.

Hubble Catches Incredible \'Photobomb\' of an Asteroid Streaking Past Crab Nebula

Hubble Catches Incredible \'Photobomb\' of an Asteroid Streaking Past Crab Nebula

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1 day ago

That\'s not a glitch or an artefact - the \'scratch\' in this beautiful image is in fact an asteroid, streaking across the field of view while the Hubble Space Telescope recently imaged the Crab Nebula.

Scientists Dramatically Extend The Lifespans of Mice in a Genius New Telomere Study

Scientists Dramatically Extend The Lifespans of Mice in a Genius New Telomere Study

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1 day ago

Scientists are experimenting with all kinds of ideas to extend lifespan and give us a few extra years of existence, and now a mouse study has produced some intriguing results: a longer life thanks to hyper-long telomeres.

We Could Be The Only Intelligent Life in The Universe, According to Evolution

We Could Be The Only Intelligent Life in The Universe, According to Evolution

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1 day ago

Are we alone in the Universe? It comes down to whether intelligence is a probable outcome of natural selection, or an improbable fluke. By definition, probable events occur frequently, improbable events occur rarely – or once.

‘Ministry not ending streaming soon’ | The Star Online

‘Ministry not ending streaming soon’ | The Star Online

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2 days ago

PONTIAN: The Education Ministry is not rushing to end the streaming of subjects for Form Four students next year until consultation with stakeholders and a proper review of the proposal are conducted, said Dr Maszlee Malik.

Campaign to stop \'killer robots\' takes peace mascot to UN | Science | The Guardian

Campaign to stop \'killer robots\' takes peace mascot to UN | Science | The Guardian

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1 day ago

Robot Wars survivor David Wreckham has found new purpose as the face of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots

Singapore will use nature-based solutions to deal with sea level rise: Masagos, Environment News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Singapore will use nature-based solutions to deal with sea level rise: Masagos, Environment News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

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1 day ago

This is the first time the Government has officially said that such solutions are on the cards, following Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong\'s National Day Rally speech in August.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Black hole scientist Dr Katie Bouman on trolling and teamwork - BBC News

Black hole scientist Dr Katie Bouman on trolling and teamwork - BBC News

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1 day ago

Dr Katie Bouman\'s photo of the moment she saw her first black hole image went viral - but it wasn\'t all good.

Quantum Computing Is Coming, Bit by Qubit - The New York Times

Quantum Computing Is Coming, Bit by Qubit - The New York Times

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1 day ago

With transmons and entanglement, scientists strive to put subatomic weirdness to work on the human scale.