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Research raises new questions on how the Earth was formed

For some time, it has largely been accepted in the scientific community that the Earth was formed from two types…

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The world is swimming in waste plastic

The tiny, uninhabited patch of real estate known as Henderson Island found itself in international news recently. Scientists found that…

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A preview of what a warmer climate will be like in the 2080s

With climate change on the horizon, scientists have begun piecing together what life on planet Earth might look and feel…

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Greenland is melting, but the question is how quickly?

Researchers from the University of Arizona are taking a new look at past temperatures in Greenland to determine how quickly…

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Fossils reveal new details about the diet of early humans

Fossils recovered from a site in Morocco reveal that the Middle Stone Age began just over 300,000 years ago. The…

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Global risk of natural disasters has doubled since 1975

Millions of people are impacted by natural disasters every year. These events often have the power to devastate entire regions,…

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How we could both slow global warming and improve public health

Reducing global emissions of pollutants such as methane and black carbon could slow global warming while boosting public health and…

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Rare mineral formation provides a glimpse at the Earth’s mantle

Through the analysis of recovered mineral samples that originated from deep inside the Earth’s mantle, scientists can catch a glimpse of…

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Could this exoplanet be Earth-like enough to support life?

Astrophysicists are taking a new look at an exoplanet orbiting Proxima Centauri  the star closest in distance to our Sun…

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Natural disasters cost the wine industry billions every year

The equivalent of over 10 billion dollars is lost every year in the wine industry due to weather disasters. From…

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