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India Has Shut Down 37 of The World’s Biggest Coal Company’s Mines

June 30, 2017 0

Things are not looking good for the coal industry. In the latest blow to this fossil fuel, the world’s biggest coal company is closing a

Humans Show No Sign of a Maximum Age Limit, Says New Study

June 30, 2017 0

Global life expectancy rates continue to rise, which poses the question: will the trend ever stop? New research reports there’s no sign of a fixed

These Cleaning Bots Can Zap Bacteria Out of Your Water Supply in Minutes

June 30, 2017 0

Scientists have unveiled spherical microbots capable of propelling themselves through water and killing off bacteria at the same time, potentially giving us a new and

Fusion Energy on Grid by 2030, Says MIT Scientist

June 30, 2017 0

In the continuous pursuit of a truly renewable and clean energy source, nothing compares to nuclear fusion. Although scientists have already found ways to harness the

This Bizarre Ancient Creature Mystified Darwin – Now We Finally Know What It Was

June 30, 2017 0

Its nose, unlike that of most mammals, was right between the eyes, like an elephant’s trunk. It weighed about as much as a horse. Its neck

Physicists Just Found One of The Forces Holding The World Together Can Also Push It Apart

June 30, 2017 0

A type of force that makes molecules briefly stick to one another has been shown to have a more repulsive side, even when they aren’t

NASA Images Capture Worst Siberian Wildfires in 10,000 Years

June 30, 2017 0

Every year, Siberia is struck by wildfires that destroy great swathes of boreal forest.  But climate change has caused wildfire activity in Siberia to increase

93% of Patients Prefer Cannabis Over Opioids For Managing Pain, According to New Study

June 30, 2017 0

A new study has investigated what patients themselves prefer when it comes to managing pain – opioids, which are widely distributed for intense pain relief,

Researchers Have Identified Why Our Bodies Reject Transplanted Organs

June 30, 2017 0

Researchers have identified a previously hidden link between our immune system and the activation of cells that lead to organ rejection. The discovery opens the

Get Started in a Game Design Career With The School of Game Design

June 30, 2017 0

Do you want to know how to build your own games, or gain the skills needed to work with developers?  The School of Game Design