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Scientists analyze mysterious origin of exoplanet made of iron
A new study by scientists from Italy's National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF) and the University of Bristol examines exoplanets in the Kepler-107 system in order to try and understand how planets in the same system and with similar sizes can have such a wide range of densities.
When did the kangaroo hop?
Scientists have discovered when the kangaroo learned to hop — and it's a lot earlier than previously thought.
Mystery mud on new volcanic island baffles NASA scientists
NASA scientists, who have landed for the first time on one of the world’s newest islands, have discovered the three-year-old land mass is now covered in a sticky, mysterious mud, as well as vegetation and bird life.
Scientists use drones to monitor whale health
The old cry of sailors sighting a whale’s waterspout is taking on new meaning as scientists turn to drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, to gather samples of the fluids exhaled by the huge mammals and track their health.
Miracle method for sustainable rice that scientists dismissed
A technique developed by a Jesuit priest is producing bigger harvests — and reducing emissions of a crop responsible for 1.5 percent of greenhouse gases.
Scientists demand military sonar ban to end mass whale strandings
Scientists have called for a wide-scale ban on the use of sonar to protect whale populations after a study highlighted a link between the military sound pulses and mass strandings in which dozens of the mammals have died.
Scientists make gene-edited chickens in bid to halt next pandemic
British scientists are developing gene-edited chickens designed to be totally resistant to flu in a new approach to trying to stop the next deadly human pandemic.
Scientists identify another possible threat to orcas
Over the years, scientists have identified dams, pollution and vessel noise as causes of the troubling decline of the Pacific Northwest’s resident killer whales. Now, they may have found a new and more surprising culprit: pink salmon.
ISRO announces programs to groom new generation of scientists
In a major move aimed at grooming young scientists and boost Space research and development in the country, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced on Friday plans that it will undertake in 2019 to achieve the same.
ISRO announces programs to groom new generation of scientists
In a major move aimed at grooming young scientists and boost Space research and development in the country, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced on Friday plans that it will undertake in 2019 to achieve the same.
New Zealand scientists in Antarctica say ozone hole healing
The ozone hole is slowly on the mend, according to New Zealand scientists studying the atmosphere over Antarctica.
​Indian scientists create 'space fuel' in lab
Scientists at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras created what they call 'space fuel' by simulating interstellar conditions in the lab, a method that may be used to convert atmospheric CO2 into a next generation energy source on Earth.
‘Second green revolution’ already here: Scientists
The ‘second green revolution’ had already come to India including in the ‘rain-fed’ areas where the people do not have the other irrigation facilities but depend only on rain, agricultural scientists said.
Edinburgh scientists discover mammoth secret in ivory DNA
Scientists based at Edinburgh Zoo are cooperating to create a genetics laboratory in Cambodia to fight the illegal ivory trade.

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