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Health experts warn consumers that whenever kitchen cleaning materials are used and not properly sterilized, bacteria, germs, toxins, and viruses collect on them and could…
Scientists at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center have been designing, developing, and testing microshutters that will be placed on the James Webb Space Telescope.…
A draft UN report on the climate warns that the sea could keep rising for over 1000 years, whether the world is able to cut…
The Mars Express spacecraft, from the European Space Agency (ESA), has indicated to scientists that the dry atmosphere and surface on the planet Mars does…
The U.S. military has developed a non-lethal weapons technology that uses directed-energy to cause pain on the skin of victims. The weapon, called Active Denial…
The COROT telescope put into orbit to help find rocky planets in other solar systems has been successfully opened and its first observations have lived…
On January 24, 2007, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its final specification for high-efficiency toilets (HETs). The new EPA-approved toilets will perform at…
Wednesday, 24 January 2007 22:21

January 25: Today in Science History

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Science events that happened on January 25: from Lagrange and Boyle, to heart transplants, fluoridation, and the telephone.
On January 19, 2007 (starting at about 3:29 Alaska Standard Time), NASA launched a project called JOULE II that consists of four rockets to study…
A revolutionary "ultracapacitor", charging in minutes yet offering 10 times power of traditional batteries, is on track to ship in electric cars this year.

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