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The Great Barrier Reef Foundation seeks another $ 400 million with company push | Environment

The Great Barrier Reef Foundation has announced plans to raise up to $ 400 million on top of its $ 433 million federal federal government subsidy, including fossil fuel companies and other employers who give money for reputation scoring. The Foundation has consistently made it clear that it will not play a role in pursuing stronger emission reduction targets, despite …

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Stephen Hawking's final paper was just released

Stephen Hawking speaks at the 2010 Press Critics Association Tour in Pasadena, California. Credit: Frederick M. Brown / Getty Images Stephen Hawking's final paper was only published by colleagues in pre-print journal arXiv. The team had completed research a few days before Hawking died in March. It was the third in a series of papers that treated a Hawking concept …

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Guess what these young dinosaurs ate when their parents were not looking | world

Imagine a crew of hungry toddlers and kindergartners with unrestricted access to the kitchen. That finding was about 150 million years ago, the answer was instead a diverse, nutritious diet rich in tender greens. That finding resulted from the discovery, announced Thursday, of a rare juvenile dinosaur belonging to one of those familiar, long-necked plant-eaters called sauropods. In tegenstelling tot …

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Adorable newborn sea monster from the dinosaur discovered in Kansas

The Newborn Tylosaurus legs are so small that they fit a person's hand. Here you can see (from left to right) the partial lash with teeth and dental bases, the cavity and a part of the upper jaw with dental bases. Credit: Christina Byrd, Paleontology Collection Manager at Sternberg's Natural History Museum in Hays, Kansas When a large ocean covered …

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Federal money out of this world for westerners

John Capone, West Vice President of Research. (London Free Press File Photo) Outside this world-wide research at Western University, one continues to keep an eye on the stars thanks to an infusion of federal money. The School's Center for Planetary Science and Exploration announced Thursday that its researchers have discovered a new exoplanet, known as Kepler 159d. This discovery was …

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Japan forced to delay touchdown of asteroid probe because it's too darn rough – BGR

Japan's Hayabusa-2 asteroid probe has already completed a number of scientific firsts. It successfully entered the orbit around the Ryugu asteroid, deployed a pair of rovers and a sensor-packed instrument cube to send back data about the rock, and delivered the very first images snapped from the surface of an asteroid. Unfortunately, those anticipating The probe performing its most impressive …

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Research results in new essays for teaching science

BioBits kit is designed for use by students and teachers without biological training. They use simple, practical experiments that use common household fruits to learn the concept of synthetic and molecular biology. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University An affordable child's education is the latest commercial spin-off for research conducted by the US Army to create advanced Soldier system materials. …

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