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Description Researchers in China, South Korea and the UK have demonstrated that the rapid increase in aquaculture activities is associated with elevated greenhouse gas emissions.

#Construction;#Agriculture & Gardening;#Environment & Nature
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Updated 26 March 2019

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Description Using stolen processing power to mine cryptocurrencies is a profitable criminal enterprise. But nobody realised the scale of the activity, until now.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description Two cracks on the Brunt Ice Shelf are creeping closer to each other. When they intersect, an iceberg twice the size of Manhattan will slide into the ocean.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description The fossil found in China is covered in fine, feather-like branches said to be used to catch prey

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description A new NASA study finds that a key Greenland glacier, one of the world's fastest shrinking glaciers, is growing again. Scientist say Monday's 'good news' finding is likely temporary. They say it is long term bad news because it shows how important ocean temperatures are to the retreating and advancing of glaciers. 

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description (Inside Science) --  By examining the literal dustbins of history, archaeologists have now shed light on how a 125-year "little ice age" might have wreaked havoc on the Byzantine Empire -- an example of how climate change might influence human civilization.Although the Roman Empire is often said to have fallen in 476 A.D., that was only the end of its western part. Its richer,

#Environment & Nature
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Updated 25 March 2019

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Updated 25 March 2019

#8

 

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Description Scientists found that Greenland's Jakobshavn glacier -- it's fastest-melting glacier for 20 years -- is extremely sensitive to ocean temperatures.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description A wave of major nautical blazes has resulted in death and injury among crew as well as hugely expensive damage to ships and cargo,

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description Astronomers witnessed a storm’s formation for the first time on Neptune and developed constraints that pinpoint the frequency and duration of the storms.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description The combination of an unfamiliar, potentially faulty automation system and an unprepared crew led to exactly what experts have been trying to warn us about.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description The tail end of a solar storm that erupted from the sun earlier this week is expected to smash into Earth's magnetic field this weekend, making the aurora borealis (also known as the northern lights) visible as far south as Chicago.

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Updated 24 March 2019

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Description Lupine cooperation could explain how dogs became domesticated.

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Updated 24 March 2019

#14

 

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Description Bad habits are tough to break.

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Updated 24 March 2019

#15

 

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Description Two-thirds of the US is at risk for "major to moderate" flooding this spring.

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Updated 23 March 2019

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Description NOAA's Spring Outlook forecast found that nearly two-thirds of the lower 48 states are threatened with floods in the coming months.

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Updated 23 March 2019

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Description The type of rocks you live near could greatly affect how much your area could be damaged by massive solar flares in future, a study has found.

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Updated 23 March 2019

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Description The flaws have been patched, but download figures show many sites remain vulnerable.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#19

 

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Description A new Chrome flag allows users to swipe left or right to go back or forward their browsing history.

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Updated 22 March 2019

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Description First noticed in 2016, the Australian government recently confirmed the first mammalian extinction that was caused by human-induced climate change.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#21

 

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Description Folks, the choice is pretty stark.

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Updated 22 March 2019

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Description TBD

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Updated 22 March 2019

#23

 

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Description The coronal mass ejection will hit Earth on March 23 and may push the northern lights far south, lighting up ...

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Updated 22 March 2019

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Description Researchers at UC Berkeley and Facebook AI Research have recently developed a new approach for robot navigation in unknown environments. Their approach, presented in a paper pre-published on arXiv, combines model-based control ...

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Updated 22 March 2019

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Description UK project aims to build record of past storms to help project future ones.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#26

 

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Description The agency gave an outside firm unnecessary information, according to an inspector general report.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#27

 

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Description Don't worry, it's not going to be harmful. If you're lucky, you'll get to see a good sky show.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#28

 

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Description The Galaxy Watch Active doesn’t really take any meaningful steps forward—aside from design.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description A dolphin post-mortem may not be everyone’s cup of tea. But for the CSIP, it is literally another day in the office.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description Through an imaginative experiment, researchers were able to get two extremely different animal species located far apart to interact with each other and reach a shared decision with the help of robots.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description Studies seek answers to worrying threat

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description The bombers, flying from the United Kingdom, are operating close to Moscow’s borders.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description With case backs made from recycled plastic

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description Studies seek answers to worrying threat

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Updated 21 March 2019

#35

 

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Description Australia to move ahead with field tests of new hybrids

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Updated 21 March 2019

#36

 

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Description For the first time, researchers observe exact facial mimicry outside humans and primates

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Updated 21 March 2019

#38

 

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Description Cyclone Idai left death, destruction, and a sprawling inland sea in its wake.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description An investigation finds that a geothermal plant near the city of Pohang triggered a magnitude 5.5 earthquake.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description Smacking us right in the magnetosphere, it could make the aurora visible to millions more people than normal.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description What’s the weirdest thing you learned this week? Well, whatever it is, we promise you’ll have an even weirder answer if you listen to PopSci’s hit podcast.

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Description A research group in China has demonstrated that gut microbiota contribute to the activation of brown fat which helps to maintain core body temperature under cold exposure.

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Description Xiaomi beat profit estimates as it dominated the Indian market and sold more expensive handsets in Western Europe, but shares slid as revenue fell short of expectations.

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Description A look at man's impact on animal species such as Javan Tiger, Western black rhinoceros and Eastern cougars.

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Description A team of scientists are studying tree rings to learn how climate change and carbon storage has impacted forests over time.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#46

 

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Description Scientists probe how an insect colonizes Hawaii’s fresh flows

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Description In the Gulf of California, an innocent, once-flourishing animal is on the verge of disappearing from the world forever: a victim of nets, and the humans who lay them.

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Description They just monkeyed around.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#49

 

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Description The children really are the future.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#50

 

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Description The high court says Google users who sued might not have had grounds to do so.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#51

 

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Description Increasing temperatures over the last few decades have changed the wetland ecosystems in the Great Basin, so that the numbers of breeding and migrating waterbirds are on the decline - climate short science news

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Updated 19 March 2019

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Updated 19 March 2019

#53

 

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Description This is a symptom of the increasing amount of plastic clogging up their oceans.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#54

 

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Description The torpedoes are designed to home in on enemy submarines.

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Updated 19 March 2019

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Description (Inside Science) -- Americans may be recreating the cradle of humanity with their thermostats. When researchers compared temperature and air moisture levels in 37 U.S. homes to outdoor climates around the world, they found that all but three of the homes were most similar to locations in Africa -- the same continent where the first humans arose hundreds of thousands of years

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Updated 19 March 2019