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Researchers at University of Colorado Boulder have designed a toilet that will be fuelled by the Sun.
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New research has suggested that the temperatures in the Arctic now must be warmer than during any sustained period.
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Saturn`s iconic rings likely formed about 4.4 billion years ago, shortly after the planet itself took shape, researchers say.
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A researcher has said that a massive ejection of material from the Sun initially traveling at over 7 million miles per hour that narrowly missed Earth in 2012.
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Hard-to-predict sudden changes to Earth`s environment are more worrisome than climate change`s bigger but more gradual impacts, a panel of scientists advising the US government concluded.
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Scientists have developed a new method for 4D printing which enables production of objects fixed in one shape that can later be changed to take on a new shape.
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Researchers have made a breakthrough in the field of silicon photonics which could help in the development of faster electronics.
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Some animals weep out of sorrow or stress, similar to human baby cries, according to animal behaviour experts.
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Earth may have been warm enough to support life more than 3 billion years ago, even though the Sun was 20 per cent dimmer than today, a new study has found.
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A new study has revealed that spiral galaxies like our own Milky Way appear to be much larger and more massive than previously believed.
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People are generally happy when they have more sex, but thinking that they are having more sex than other people makes them even happier.
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University of Colorado Boulder astronomers have claimed that "sideline quasars" teamed up with one of the brightest quasars glowing in the universe 11 billion years ago in order to prevent small galaxy formation.
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