A study, by an international team of researchers, published recently confirms the direct links between sea-level rise and temperature increase. Sea-levels are rising faster than ever, thanks to global warming.

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A small particle accelerator of moderate energy may hold the answer to the world’s energy crisis, unleashing the energy hidden in the element Thorium. What more, it will be clean and efficient.

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A supersonic bio-fueled rocket-plane that can fly from Paris to Tokyo in 2.5 hours to take to the skies in 2050. Is this the future of the commercial aerospace industry?

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Beyond the Sun’s Reach: Voyager Reaches The Edge of Interstellar Space

Voyager is at the edge of the ‘heliosphere’, going farther than any other craft before it or since.

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Scientists claim to have got a signature – a hint – of the answer to the question ‘Where did all the matter of the Universe come from?’ from looking at oscillations of a mysterious particle known as the neutrino.

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Enjoy the photos taken from around the world of the longest lunar eclipse this century that took place on 15th June, 2011.

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Google Lunar Eclipse Doodle

Google Lunar Eclipse Doodle – Google has a new Google Doodle which shows the natural phenomenon of Lunar Eclipse in their logo.

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Fermilab has confirmed that the earlier detection, supposedly of a new particle, has neither been corroborated by their other detector, nor has it survived critical data analysis. The new particle claim has been rejected.

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The second longest lunar eclipse this century till take place on 15th June (and 16th June). Make sure you catch it! Here’s our complete guide to the eclipse.

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Here, we showcase a selected list of the top ten hoaxes or frauds in science. They are ingenious, elaborate and well documented. Here are the top five in that list. You might want to catch Part 1.

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Here, we showcase a selected list of the top ten hoaxes or frauds in science. They are ingenious, elaborate and well documented. Here are five in that list. Hang on for Part 2.

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Two new elements,having atomic numbers 114 and 116, have been added to the periodic table after a three year review by IUPAC and IUPAP, taking the total number of elements to 114.

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A German materials scientist Jörg Weißmüller and Chinese physicist Hai-Jun Jin have created a metallic material that can go hard or soft at the flick of a switch. The material is porous and responds to electrical signals, making it go hard and brittle to soft and malleable.

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The moon at its first quarter will be exceptionally spectacular tonight. Do join in for the cosmic spectacle.

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Huge Explosion On Sun [Video]

NASA reported that the Sun erupted with an gigantic explosion this morning. The Sun unleashed an M-2 (medium-sized) solar flare with a spectacular coronal mass ejection (CME) on June 7. The large cloud of particles mushroomed up and fell back down looking as if it covered an area of almost half the solar surface.

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