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The Next Step in Evolution?

The Next Step in Evolution?

Scientist from Radboud University, the Netherlands, recently published an article describing a new evolutionary model. While this study relies on Darwin’s familiar writings, this approach differs by suggesting a new hierarchy, allowing scientists to partially predict the next step in ...

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Bees Will Help Scientists Research Biodiversity

Bees Will Help Scientists Research Biodiversity

Scientist from York University, Canada, have recently discovered new species of bees. These bees have never been identified, mainly because Sweat Bees’ identification is extremely challenging task. Furthermore, this new discovery might lead to better understanding of evolution.   Out ...

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Water Formation on Habitable Planets

Water Formation on Habitable Planets

Scientists at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan are exploring the origins of water on habitable planets. According to their research, water vapor forms spontaneously in regions of solar systems capable of supporting life. This water forms a ...

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Sea Lamprey’s Genome Mystery

Sea Lamprey’s Genome Mystery

Researchers have discovered that the sea lamprey, which emerged from jawless fish first appearing 500 million years ago, dramatically remodels its genome. Shortly after a fertilized lamprey egg divides into several cells, the growing embryo discards millions of units of ...

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Supercomputer Models Earth’s Early Interior

Supercomputer Models Earth’s Early Interior

Researchers at the University of California at Davis are modeling the early interior of the Earth using supercomputers. These models show the distribution of four different types of iron at the point when magma crystallized into its solid form 4.5 ...

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Evolution – Sea, Land, and Air Vehicle

Evolution – Sea, Land, and Air Vehicle

Russian aircraft designer and inventor Alexander Begak has created a unique aircraft named Evolution. The aircraft can travel on land, in the water, and in the air. Evolution is designed to perform both military and civilian missions almost anywhere in ...

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