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Einstein's gravitational waves 'seen' from black holes

Five reasons why gravitational waves matter

'Artificial life' breakthrough announced by scientists

Large Hadron Collider (Cern)

Mars probe makes 'ice discovery'

http://www.aas.org/NRAO

SETI Institute (Search For Extraterrestrial Life)

Allen Telescope Array

Paul Allen/Dark matter

Noaa Climate Program Office/
Prof Andrew Watkinson/Dr Andrew Manning/Scripps Institute of Oceanography/Noaa Mauna Loa Observatory/50th Anniversary of the Global Carbon Dioxide Record

Galaxy has 'billions of Earths'...

Large Hadron Collider (LHC)

'Big Bang' experiment to re-start

PicoSearch

NASA's scientists propose a "magnetic shield" to turn dry, dusty Mars into a garden paradise. A Magnetotail Around Mars Would Cause the Planet to Terraform Itself.

NAS (USA)

Space shuttle Atlantis makes final landing

Space Shuttle Era Ends with Atlantis Landing

http://www.space.com/

Astronomers confirm 'Earth twin'

Kepler home page at Nasa
/Kepler 22-b: Earth-like planet confirmed/

Neutrinos 'slow down' in new test
A repeat of the measurement of the speed of neutrinos finds they do not exceed light speed, in contrast to controversial results reported last year.

Neutrino experiment repeat at Cern finds same result. The team behind the finding in September that neutrinos may travel faster than light has carried out an improved version of their experiment - and found the same result.

Twenty top predictions for life 100 years from now

Super-Earths 'in the billions'

'Ladies and gentlemen, we have detected gravitational waves'

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ( IPCC )

Arsenic-loving bacteria may help in hunt for alien life

Large Hadron Collider

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Man-made star to unlock cosmic secrets/Omega laser/NIF

There is water on Mars and,therefore,new frontiers for  humans...
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US unveils 
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plans

Eager to Go to Mars, Scientists Offer Cautious Praise for Bush Plan

President Bush makes new space plan official

http://www.playfuls.com/scitech/

New Scientist: Environment

Office of Science and Technology Policy,USA

Nature

Obama ends stem cell funding ban

COP 21: 2015 likely to be warmest on record, says UN weather body

Phaeton - the planet that perished in a flash

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Unmanned Mars Rover Set to Begin Travels on Martian Surface

 

Breaktrough Initiatives
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Mars Rock Ready for Its Close-up

Nature

Framework Programme 7

European Commission
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Scientists build the world's first anti-laser

Higgs boson-like particle discovery claimed at LHC

'Billion-star mapper' lifts off

http://www.isro.org/

Large Hadron Collider discovers new pentaquark particle

Impenetrable Barrier in Space, the Van Allen radiation belts around Earth ...

Arctic heatwave could break records

ISS Hoax - The International Space Station Does Not Exist ? ...

The Reason NASA Never Returned To The Moon (Full Documentary)

IPCC report [2.2MB]
Humans blamed for climate change

Stephen Hawking asks big questions about the universe

Laser treatment for Earth-bound asteroids

PNAS

Michio Kaku Explains String Theory

Michio Kaku: The Universe in a Nutshell

Michio Kaku: Is God a Mathematician?

Experiment 'turns waste CO2 to stone'

Data shows 2016 likely to be warmest year yet

The real danger for our entire civilization comes not from slow climate changes, but from overheating the planetary interior ... The nucleus of our planet can ... explode

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New crew arrives at space station...

Mars rover launch lifts NASA's spirit

'Living condom' could block HIV

Water on Mars? Flood of Data, Trickle of Answers

European Commission - Research
ERC/Framework Programme 7/
FP7UK

Martian exploration timeline

NASA Astrobiology, Get Your Biology Textbook...and an Eraser!

A Bacterium That Can Grow by Using Arsenic Instead of Phosphorus

Arizona State University

Evolution of Food in Space: From Bland Puree to Almost Like on Earth, food of the astronauts ...
http://labeley.com/article/space-food-infographic/

Cern LHC sees high-energy success

Large Hadron Collider Home Page

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Hubble

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O'Brien: Spirit landed 'without a hitch'

Space probe lands on Mars

Spirit Rover Consolidates Its Foothold on Mars

New Exit Route Planned for Spirit Rover

CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research)

Antimatter atom trapped for first time, say scientists

Gabrielse group at Harvard

Union of Concerned Scientists

Mars Science laboratory

Higgs boson: Excitement builds over 'glimpses' at LHC

LHC reports discovery of its first new particle

Should We Fear Grey Goo?

Could high-energy physics experiment could trigger a catastrophe ?

Martian soil appears to contain sufficient nutrients to support life - or, at least, asparagus - Nasa scientists believe...

Historic pictures sent from Mars...

Asteroid mining: Time to invest?

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US mission lands safely on Mars

Nasa NEO Program

CERN - How the LHC works

Existential Risks: Analyzing Human Extinction Scenarios and Related Hazards

Blogging the Human Genome
Entry 10: The chromosomal evidence that mankind nearly went extinct.

Big Think, on Video !

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Phoenix detects Red Planet snow

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Science & Nature
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Spirit begins Mars science work

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Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

Nasa Planetary Systems Laboratory

Distant 'waterworld' is confirmed

Global Catastrophic Risk Institute

Centre for the Study of Existential Risk

Anthropocene: Can the Human Race Survive?

Scans reveal intricate brain wiring

Human Connectome Project

http://www.aaas.org/

http://www.brainconvention.org/en/

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Neuroscientist Giulio Ruffini told the Today programme: "You can actually transmit information directly from one brain to another brain without intervention of the senses."

2045 Initiative, Wikipedia

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2045: A New Era for Humanity

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2045 Initiative

 

The Great Pummeling

New Horizons, Johns Hopkins
New Horizons, Nasa
Jupiter, Nasa
Pluto, Nasa
Science

'Life chemicals' may have formed around far-flung star

Water Mars - in BBC Search

Long history of water
 and Mars

 

 

 

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SpaceShipOne rockets to success

Graphene - the "wonder material" made of sheets of carbon just one atom thick - undergoes a self-reparing process to correct holes, researchers report...

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Statistics Norway

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NASA fixes course for Mars-bound rover

Hawking: Humans at risk of lethal 'own goal'

Gravitational waves: A triumph for big science

What are gravitational waves?

Albert Einstein: the man who predicted gravitational waves

'Most Earth-like planet yet' spotted by Kepler

Scientists 
celebrate 
Opportunity

Asteroid may hit Earth in 2029, 
says scientist

Sloan Digital Sky Survey

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THE FORMATION OF STARS AND PLANETS

ASTEROID TARGETS EARTH

Long odds for huge asteroid impact

Cell

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Archon Genomics X PRIZE presented by Express Scripts

Life Technologies Corporation

Nasa's Curiosity rover successfully lands on Mars

Curiosity - Mars Science Laboratory

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RUSSIA IN SPACE

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Global resources stock check

How science aims to feed seven billion people

100-Year Starship: Mae Jemison reaches for the stars


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Deep Impact, Nasa

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China hails
space hero

Are Asteroids History's Greatest Killers ?

Brain works more like internet than 'top down' company

American Association for the Advancement of Science

ESO: Richest planetary system discovered

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Journal of Neural Engineering

Virtual Embodiment and Robotic Re-Embodiment Project

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FOURMILAB.SWITZERLAND

Stardust set for comet encounter

New method 'confirms dark energy'

Can We Save the Human Race?

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More signs of water 
on ancient Mars

 

 

Mars Rover Reveals Red 
Planet's 'Soaking Wet' Past

The Planetary Society

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Scientists claim Holographic Theory rivals Cosmic Inflation

Take a look inside the mind of a serial killer, with Michael Stone

Did you know you can reprogram your brain to be happier?

Where should we look for aliens? Don't chain your mind to the idea of a planetary surface

Biocentrism posits that death is merely transport into another universe

We need Albert Einstein's political ideas now more than ever

Want to solve big problems? Think small.

Why don’t humans have a mating season? Turns out we do, sort of.

Association of Space Explorers

Can the human race survive ?

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5 steps for a happier life

If your robot commits murder, do you go to jail?

The Bible or the Quran: which holy book is more violent? (And is that really the right question?)

How much do you enjoy thinking? This 'Need for Cognition Test' can show you

Science

Institute for Computational Cosmology, Durham

British Association for the Advancement of Science

Arctic ice 'is at tipping point'...

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Meteor Seen as Causing Extinctions on Earth

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HiRise

Marine Conservation Biology Institute

Phoenix diary: Mission to Mars...

Tevatron accelerator yields hints of new particle

MOLECULAR BIOPHYSICS AT DELFT UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

Shuttle Tragedy 'Smoking Gun' Found

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First data from Mars Express confirms ice water

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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, Nasa

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World Future Energy Summit

AAAS Annual Meeting 2007

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Europe reaches new frontier Huygens lands on Titan

Gene therapy rids men of cancer
AAAS Annual Meeting 2007

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Scientists 'find cancer's Achilles heel'

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Time Can be Turned Back

New Scientist: Info-Tech

Action plan for killer asteroids...

 

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EU post-2012 climate change policy

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Technologies to fight climate change

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Scientists clone 30 human embryos

Skin cells 'turned into neurons' by US scientists

Fifty new exoplanets discovered

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More signs of water found
 on Mars

Almanac of Planets and more
At  Exoplanets.org

Historic last launch for shuttle. The 135th and final space shuttle mission has lifted off from Cape Canaveral in Florida.

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INTERNATIONAL BRAIN RESEARCH ORGANISATION

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Lasers could replace spark plugs in car engines

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'Save the Hubble' campaign soars

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Welcome to the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation

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PNAS

Max Planck Institute for Astronomy

European Southern Observatory

Worms' sex life yields advantage over parasites

http://www.fas.org/

LHC puts supersymmetry in doubt

Cern

Environment Agency

The Royal Institution

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Graphene Reknits Its Holes - Nano Letters

http://pubs.acs.org/

http://pubs.acs.org/journal/nalefd

SuperStem laboratory

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UK Government Office for Science

SEPA

European Space Agency (Esa)

Fermilab

http://www.aaas.org/

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Titan: A glimpse into the unknown

Natural Environment Research Council

National Center for Atmospheric Research

International Institute for Applied System Analysis

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Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Birth and death within Andromeda

BBC - Stargazing Live

National Science Foundation

EC - Research

http://royalsociety.org/

ESO

UK Space Agency

 

Animals that can survive without oxygen

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