Scientific Discoveries

Magma Crystallization Makes Volcanoes More Explosive

A new paper from scientists at The University of Manchester has discovered why some volcanic eruptions are more explosive than others.
Related topics: Volcanoes

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New Deep-water Coral Discovered

Pax, Latin for 'peace' made its way into the scientific name of a new coral discovered off Pacific Panama and described in the journal Bulletin of Marine Science. According to researchers at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), the...

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Yay! The Ozone Layer Hole The Smallest It's Ever Been Seen. That's Not Necessarily Good...

It's all thanks to this year's 'unsually wonky' polar vortex The hole in Earth’s ozone layer is the smallest it has ever been since scientists discovered the puncture nearly 35 years ago, according to NASA.…
Related topics: Ozone, NASA, Space

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Genbank Can Be Trusted, Study Shows

Scientists working to identify coral reef organisms analyzed more than 4.7 million animal DNA sequences from GenBank, the most commonly used tool used to identify environmental DNA, and discovered that animal identification errors are surprisingly...
Related topics: DNA, Genetics

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Catastrophic Events Carry Forests Of Trees Thousands Of Miles To A Burial At Sea

While studying sediments in the Bay of Bengal, an international team finds evidence dating back millions of years that catastrophic events likely toppled fresh trees from their mountain homes on a long journey to the deep sea. The discovery may add...

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Archaeologists Uncover 30 Ancient Coffins With Mummies In Egypt

Egypt recently uncovered 30 ancient coffins with mummies near the Nile River. (Photo Credit: KHALED DESOUKI / AFP via Getty Images) Archaeologists recently discovered 30 ancient wooden coffins with mummies in the city of Luxor,...
Related topics: Archaeology, Science Photos

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Air France Flight Diverts To Ireland After Mysterious Cell Phone Found On Board

An Air France flight from Paris to Chicago diverted in Ireland after a cell phone was discovered on board that didn't belong to any passengers.       

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Detective Says Epstein Could Reach Prince Andrew At Buckingham Palace: 'he Has 13 Phone Numbers To...

Jeffrey Epstein, who died in August while awaiting trial for allegedly sex trafficking underage females, kept an address book that included 13 different phone numbers for Prince Andrew, according to a private investigator who discovered it at his...

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30 Ancient Coffins With Mummies Inside Discovered In Egypt

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The Secret Of Classic Belgian Beers? Medieval Super-yeasts

An international team of scientists led by Prof. Kevin Verstrepen (VIB-KU-Leuven) and Prof. Steven Maere (VIB-UGent) has discovered that some of the most renowned classic Belgian beers, including Gueuze and Trappist ales, are fermented with a rare...

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Gimme Six! Researchers Discover Aye-aye's Extra Finger

The world's weirdest little primate has gotten even weirder, thanks to the discovery of a tiny extra digit. Aye-ayes possess small 'pseudothumbs' -- complete with their own fingerprints --- that may help them grip objects and branches as they move...

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New Supercomputer Simulations Explore Magnetic Reconnection And Make A Surprising Discovery

Magnetic reconnection, a process in which magnetic field lines tear and come back together, releasing large amounts of kinetic energy, occurs throughout the universe. The process gives rise to auroras, solar flares and geomagnetic storms that can...
Related topics: Solar Power, Aurora, Solar Storms, Solar Flare, Sun

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Enabling Selective Carbon-carbon Bond Formation At The Inherently Inert Position Of Enol Silyl...

Nagoya University researchers have discovered a new way to modify reactants that have been widely studied and utilized for over 50 years, enabling more efficient production of some complex organic molecules used in medical drugs. The work was...

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Unusual Radar Activity Discovered At Minnesota Wildlife Refuge

Meteorologists got worried after they spotted a radar pattern at the Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Radar picked up 600,000 ducks that had been disturbed by people in airboats on the lake.

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Sonar Drone Helps Find A Wwii Japanese Aircraft Carrier

The late Paul Allen's underwater robotics are still achieving firsts in discovering long-lost warships. Vulcan's research vessel Petrel and its two robotic vehicles have discovered the Kaga, a Japanese aircraft carrier sunk during...
Related topics: Drones, Robots

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Waterworld: How Oceans Help Shape Human Civilization

Aram Bakshian Jr. History, Americas In The Boundless Sea: A Human History of the Oceans, Cambridge historian David Abulafia offers a majestic narrative of mankind’s incredible, sea-born drive toward global discovery and interconnection, a voyage...

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Nasa Rebuts Claim Life Was Discovered On Mars In 1970s, But Search Continues

Last week a former NASA researcher published an article claiming that an experiment that tested samples from Martian soil back in 1976 had discovered signs of life.
Related topics: NASA, Space, Mars

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Archaeologists Discovered 30 Ancient Sarcophagi In Egypt With Perfectly Preserved Mummies Inside....

The biggest coffin discovery in a century features well-preserved colors and inscriptions, enclosing perfect 3,000-year-old mummies.
Related topics: Archaeology, Science Photos

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Scientists Recalculate The Optimum Binding Energy For Heterogeneous Catalysis

In a discovery that could lead to the development of novel catalysts that do not rely on expensive rare metals, scientists have shown that the optimal binding energy can deviate from traditional calculations, which are based on equilibrium...

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Newly Discovered Virus Infects America’s National Symbol

Researchers have discovered a previously unknown virus infecting nearly a third of America’s bald eagle population. Scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the U.S. Geological ... Read more

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