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Climate change is causing waves of gentrification in the cities most vulnerable to rising sea levels, as the wealthy move to poorer areas with a lower risk of flooding, according to a recent study. Read more
According to the results of a new study, soon after the creation of the solar system, Mars may have formed a primordial crust capable of hosting life. The research is based on an analysis of the rare and super-valuable Black Beauty meteorite, which was discovered in the Sahara Desert back in 2011... Continue Reading Black Beauty meteorite suggests habitable primordial Martian crust Catego
'Oumuamua is one fascinating rock. The 400-m (1,300-ft) long cigar-shaped object is the first interstellar visitor ever detected passing through our Solar System, and while it was originally classed as an asteroid after its discovery, astronomers have now updated the label. 'Oumuamua, it turns out, is a comet after all, but it's unlike any other known comet.t... Continue Reading Interstell
Although Mars appears to be an arid, lifeless place now, about four billion years ago its surface was covered with bodies of water – which may have supported microscopic aquatic life. A new study has determined what type of rocks may be most likely to contain the fossilized remains of such microbes... Continue Reading Study suggests where to hunt for fossils on Mars Category: Space Tags:
a testament to the idea that one man’s trash can be another’s treasure. The post the zero waste bistro at wanteddesign suggests a sustainable future for food appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
A recent study published by the Empirical Software Engineering journal examines negative and positive reviews for over 6,224 games left on the Steam platform ...
Dinosaurs are famous for their size, but the largest known animal to have ever existed is still with us today: the blue whale. But a huge fossilized jawbone found on an English beach shows that the ancient reptiles are closing the gap, belonging to an unknown species of giant marine reptile measuring up to 26 m (85 ft) long...Continue Reading Giant jawbone suggests ancient marine reptiles gre
Everybody wants to live longer, and to help turn back the clock scientists are working on drugs, stem cell treatments and caloric restriction. But how well are these efforts paying off? A comprehensive new study from Yale University and the University of Southern California (USC) has found that Americans seem to be aging more slowly now than they were 20 years ago...Continue Reading Comprehen
the program layout for short circulation and open offices of yong ju lee architecture's 'myeonmok fire station' increases work efficiency and firefighters’ mobilization for emergency response. The post yong ju lee’s louvered fire station in korea suggests new identity for public buildings appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Many modern opioid-based painkillers don't target the specific site of pain but instead interfere with the brain's sensation of that pain. It's not an especially efficient way to tackle pain and has resulted in widespread social problems stemming from the addictive quality of the drugs. A team of researchers has revealed a novel method for reducing our responsiveness to pain and it involves t


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