A team of scientists, from the University of Aberdeen and National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA), captured an elusive “supergiant” amphipod near deep-sea vents off the coast of New Zealand.

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LSU professor, Dr. Christopher C. Austin discovered two new species of frogs, one of which is the tiniest vertebrate known to man.

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NASA announced that astronomers using Hubble’s wide field camera discovered a cluster of galaxies at the beginning stages of development. This is the farthest away that a cluster such as this has ever been observed in the early Universe.

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A team led by the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton and the University of Southampton have discovered the world’s deepest hydrothermal vents boiling in the Cayman Trough.

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Caught on Film: Mimic Octopus Gets Mimicked by Jawfish

Opportunistic Jawfish mimics the Mimic Octopus in order to venture away from its home.

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Scientists have discovered new creatures living around hydrothermal vents at the depths of the Antarctic Ocean.

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We bring you the top 10 science news events of 2011! It’s been a good year for science with neutrinos travelling faster than light, a malaria vaccine being nearly developed and… Read on for the No. 10 to No. 1 stories!

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A new study indicates that living a low trans fat lifestyle leads to better brain health in the elderly.

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The Vatican Library is using NASA developed technology to preserve ancient texts for the future.

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Guinness World Records Confirms World’s Shortest Woman

Guinness World Records confirmed the world’s shortest woman today.

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Amateur treasure hunter, Darren Webster, discovers buried Viking treasure in a field in Northern England.

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Don’t Blink: Physicists Break Data Network Speed Record at 186Gbps

Researchers attending the Super Computing 2011 conference, held in Seattle Convention Center, transferred data in opposite directions to eventually reach a combined rate of 186Gbps over a Wide Area Network.

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The largest dinosaur to ever be discovered in North America has been found in New Mexico

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UFOs are interfering with research at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.

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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, JWST for short, has received critical Congressional funding.

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