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Researchers find that mammals did not take over when dinosaurs were wiped out during the mass extinctions about 65 million years ago. Instead, these mammals…
A report co-authored by Australia's leading Government funded scientific body and the Bureau of Meteorology has concluded that man made greenhouse gases is having alarming…
Thursday, 29 March 2007 07:25

The Pioneer Anomaly: The NASA Whodunit

Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11 spacecraft, along with other very distant probes, are being held back just a tiny bit on their journey into the…
Wednesday, 28 March 2007 20:00

Asteroid 2006 VV2 is coming for a visit

Asteroid 2006 VV2 will be passing close to the Earth at the end of March and in the early part of April 2007, just a…
Images from Cassini have shone fresh light on a hexagonal structure in Saturn's atmosphere first seen 26 years ago.
The amount of antioxidants in pizza dough can be increased, according to a new study by food researchers, by using whole-grain wheat, along with letting…
Researchers have linked phthalates with increased obesity and diabetes in people. Phthalates are compounds called plasticizers. They show up in drug coatings, medical devices, paint…
Monday, 26 March 2007 19:50

Sugar-fuelled batteries - sweet!

Batteries powered by anything sugary - even flat lemonade - could run gadgets up to four times longer than conventional lithium ion batteries.
It's a pity that the climate change issue has descended to the level of politicisation. However, should we expect otherwise when the most vocal proponent…
Monday, 26 March 2007 07:36

Jules Verne ready to fly

Jules Verne, the first of five automated spacecraft designed to carry cargo to the International Space Station, is ready to fly.




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