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Piecing together timeline for an ancient shock to carbon cycle
Ancient home to world’s oldest known minerals added to National Heritage List
TSU has good results in ShanghaiRanking 2020
Mathematical noodling leads to new insights into an old fusion problem
New rankings place 23 Curtin subjects in Australia’s top 10
Physicists explain why changes to Earth’s magnetic field are weaker over Pacific
New funding call for UK Earth Observation sector
Earth’s nearest supergiant is cooling down at end of its life
OU Announces Honor Rolls for 2019-2020
New partnership producing better data for farmers
New authority and strategy for Latrobe Valley mine rehabilitation
New partnership producing better data for farmers
Scientists develop new tool to design better fusion devices
“Kangaroo Hop” trend of oceanic elements led to explosion of life
How water could trigger earthquakes and volcanoes
A black hole with a puzzling companion
Manufacturing technique brings researchers closer to perfect
Impressive view of sky
Astronomy and big data: TSU will train a new type of physicists
Perth supercomputing grant to enhance space data
Quest, PPPL’s annual research magazine, reports breakthroughs and discoveries during past year
How tear gas affects your body
New way to study how elements mix in giant planets
Researchers shed new light on solar flares
Graphene with sodium could make better batteries
Interconnections pattern across earth microbial communities uncovered
New video engages public in cosmic exploration
“My dream discovery would be to map Moon’s geology.”
UK designing new rover to bring first samples back from Mars
Function shapes architecture
Function shapes architecture
Research sheds new light on intelligent life existing across Galaxy
Astronomical discovery: How novae light up sky
Origins of genetic variability in seals
A viral infection is most likely to thank for our ability to store long-term memories
Black hole’s heart still beating
Astronomers capture rare cosmic ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ behaviour in double star system 19,000 light-years away
IOP Publishing and Hungarian consortium sign open access publishing agreement
Have your say on national park management plan for Minjerribah
A Pack of Thieves: oldest parasite-host interaction in fossil record
WashU Expert: ‘Extinction crisis even worse than realized’
Discover more about local minerals exploration
Prevention measures even more critical as first COVID-19 death reported in Rohingya refugee camps
Small Arctic coastal waterbodies, with big carbon release
Scientists record sunniest spring on record
World’s Forests Are Growing Younger
Neutron stars show their cores
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