NASA finds evidence of recent flowing water on Mars

A NASA spacecraft circling Mars has found evidence of flowing water on the Red Planet’s surface — and in our time, not in some dim and more verdant past. New

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The world is skating on thin ice

The race to claim stakes in the melting Arctic is heating up. That’s because a quarter of the world’s energy reserves are at play Standing 12,000 feet high and stretching

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Scientists Explain Key Wrinkle in Moon’s Formation

How did our moon come to be? The dominant theory holds that it broke off of the Earth when another planet collided with ours, about 4.5 billion years ago. But

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Science Just Got Closer to Elephant-Mammoth Hybrid

For the first time since the woolly mammoth went extinct, its genes are working again, Popular Science reports. Sure, it’s only in a lab; woolly mammoths haven’t wandered the planet

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IES Diagnostics, Inc. Identifies The Body’s Unique Immune Response To Lupus, Allowing Development of First Clinical Diagnostic Test

Crowdfunding campaign launched to expedite development of diagnostic tool for this elusive autoimmune disease Wayne, PA — IES Diagnostics, Inc. has identified the body’s unique, specific immune response (immune signature) for

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Premier Tech Chronos Explains How It Brings Robotic Solutions to Packaging and Palletizing Requirements

Premier Tech Chronos is a recognized leader in developing efficient robotic solutions to increasingly complex palletizing tasks. March 13, 2015 – Boca Raton, FL — Simon Roy, VP of Marketing

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