Skull of Dinosaur Named 'One Who Causes Fear' Found in Argentina (research)

Skull of Dinosaur Named ‘One Who Causes Fear’ Found in Argentina (research)

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Research published today in the peer-reviewed Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology describes a newly discovered species of dinosaur - named the 'one...
Rabbits walk on two legs? Scientists think they’ve found the genetic reason why

Rabbits walk on two legs? Scientists think they’ve found the genetic reason why

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Some rabbits can’t hop, and a single gene is the reason why. Mutations in this gene cause defects in the rabbits’...
Scientists identify brain’s role in broken heart syndrome

Scientists identify brain’s role in broken heart syndrome

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A new study uncovers potential mechanisms that may contribute to “broken heart syndrome,” or Takotsubo syndrome (TTS), a temporary heart condition...
Meta-analysis shows children prefer people who speak like them, says new research

Meta-analysis shows children prefer people who speak like them, says new research

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Study shows that children prefer to befriend, listen to, and imitate people who speak similarly to them. While most of this...
Research finds foster youth lack critical financial skills

Research finds foster youth lack critical financial skills

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Most people rely on family members to help them learn how to open a bank account, find a job or create...
New insights into how cosmic rays are formed (Study)

New insights into how cosmic rays are formed (Study)

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An international team of researchers has now demonstrated for the first time that high-energy cosmic rays are formed in the area...
Scientists explore sci-fi classics in ‘Science on Screen’

Scientists explore sci-fi classics in ‘Science on Screen’

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As an associate teaching professor of psychological sciences at the University of Missouri, Ines Segert is used to being in front...
Alcohol is directly metabolized in the brain in mice (Study)

Alcohol is directly metabolized in the brain in mice (Study)

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The behavioural effects of alcohol intoxication may be caused by alcohol breakdown products (metabolites) produced in the brain, and not in...
Sanxingdui: Archaeologists discover 3,000-year-old gold mask in Sichuan, China (Study)

Sanxingdui: Archaeologists discover 3,000-year-old gold mask in Sichuan, China (Study)

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Artefacts discovered in southwestern China suggest that the area was once home to an unknown civilisation whose existence may rewrite the...
Take care of precious seasonal water flow, Researchers Say

Take care of precious seasonal water flow, Researchers Say

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As winter approaches, international hydrologists have issued a timely reminder about building on intermittent or seasonal non-perennial rivers and streams. Dry for...

Coronavirus Updates: South Korea reports spike in new cases

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South Korea reported 40 new infections of the novel coronavirus on Wednesday, the largest daily increase in over a month. A majority of the...

Royal Navy ships ‘cannibalisation’ on the rise

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The Royal Navy is ‘cannibalizing’ boats for parts to complete the building of other ships, leaving established vessels without the capacity to sail. An...

Afghan girl deported to Afghanistan after two days, Report

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Afghan Girl deported from Pakistan, greeted by president. Pakistan on Wednesday deported National Geographic's famed green-eyed "Afghan Girl" to her native Afghanistan after a regional...

Retired Marine Gen. James Cartwright charged with lying in ‘Stuxnet’ leak...

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Retired Marine Gen. James Cartwright pleaded guilty to 1 count of making false statements to federal investigators in a case that raises issues about...

Man arrested for sharing breakfast with woman, Report

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Man arrested for sharing breakfast with woman in Saudi Arabia. The man, who is reportedly an Egyptian hotel worker, filmed himself eating breakfast with a...