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Scientists: Moon likely formed 4.51 billion years ago
A new analysis of lunar rocks brought to Earth by Apollo 14 astronauts in 1971 suggested that the moon formed 4.51 billion years ago — just 60 million years after the solar system itself took shape.
Researchers switch on predatory kill instinct in mice
Researchers at Yale University, in the US, have isolated the brain circuitry that coordinates predatory hunting, according to a study in the January 12 issue of Cell. One set of neurons in the amygdala, the brain's center of emotion and motivation, cues the animal to pursue prey.
Manchester scientists tie the tightest knot ever
Scientists at The University of Manchester have produced the most tightly knotted physical structure ever known ― a scientific achievement which has the potential to create a new generation of advanced materials.
Scientists make grocery bags out of shrimp shells
The whole world has a trash problem, but the issue is particularly pressing in Egypt, where scientists are trying to develop better biodegradable plastics.
Scientists find link between depression and schizophrenia
A type of depression may affect people who are genetically at risk of schizophrenia, a new study suggested.
Scientists consider earwax’s technological prospects
To most, earwax is just one of many odd and icky substances produced by the human body.
Scientists create super strong, lightweight 3D graphene
Material scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a super strong but lightweight material by fusing graphene flakes into a porous, 3D form.
Scientists find 'penitentes' on Pluto
Scientists have discovered unique snow and ice formations on Pluto — formations previously only found in the Andes. The formations are ice ridges known as 'penitentes'.
Scientists find genes driving Bahama pupfish specialization
The saltwater lakes of the Bahama's San Salvador Island are home to a rich diversity of fish species, including several species of Bahama pupfish. What makes such diversity possible?
Scientists create new type of hydrogen sulfide donor molecules
A team of researchers from the University of Oregon in US have created a new class of hydrogen sulfide donor molecules that may be used to reduce cell damage.
Scientists uncover new way to defeat therapy-resistant prostate cancer
A new study led by scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) sheds light on a signaling circuit in cells that drives therapy resistance in prostate cancer.
Scientists plan to send greetings to other worlds
After decades of fruitless scanning the skies for alien messages, scientists say it's time to try a basic rule of etiquette: Say 'hello' first.
Scientists use laser to unlock mysteries of antimatter
Scientists have succeeded in shining light on trapped antimatter atoms to detect whether they behave differently to regular atoms.
Scientists track humongous number of flying bugs
Counting the number of bugs whizzing high overhead annually may seem all but impossible, but researchers in Britain have completed the most comprehensive tally ever conducted. And the headcount they came up with was almost un-bee-livable.
Scientists reverse aging process
Eternal life for humans became a real possibility after scientists revealed they had discovered how to reverse the aging process in animals.

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