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Scientists at the University of Aberdeen have set a new record for the world's deepest fish, filmed in the Mariana Trench - the deepest place on Earth.
University of Aberdeen
 | Science
December 20, 2014
Tunisia, Africa
While some people went with the easy options of photoshop or aliens, others suggested a more realistic explanation.
Metro
 | Science
December 19, 2014
World
It is more likely a person would remember their dreams if they are awakened immediately after one. But there's more.
Live Science
 | Science
December 14, 2014
United States, North America
A drug which boosts the brain's immune response may prevent or cure Alzheimer's disease, scientists believe.
The Telegraph
 | Science
December 13, 2014
World
The move illustrates a quantum property known as spin, which happens to be one of the stranger yet less-hyped things about particles.
Motherboard
 | Science
December 09, 2014
The findings also reveal that a change in deep-sea heat transport had a profound effect on the Earth's climate.
Live Science
 | Science
December 05, 2014
United States, North America
A salve that seals severe wounds is making its way to veterinary clinics. Military and trauma testing may soon follow.
Smithsonian
 | Science
December 04, 2014
World
In the future, people could feel holograms of objects that would not otherwise be touchable.
Phys
 | Science
December 03, 2014
World
Dr Raman has invented a way to encourage buildings to radiate their heat straight into outer space.
The Economist
 | Science
December 03, 2014
United Kingdom, Europe
Hawking says that humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn't compete and would be superseded.
BBC
 | Science
December 03, 2014
World
Scientists have gotten their hands on a sample of bridgmanite, a mineral that is believed to make up a third of the volume of the Earth.
Motherboard
 | Science
December 02, 2014
World
Danish scientists say its chemical compounds appear to slow down the immune system's over-response to cancer cells.
The Washington Post
 | Science
November 30, 2014
United States, North America
The process could produce 290 liters of methane per crew per day, all produced in a week.
NDTV
 | Science
November 28, 2014
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Africa
Though the churning lava seems to come and go, scientists think the volcano may eventually spawn a long-lived lava lake.
Live Science
 | Science
November 27, 2014
World
The end goal of the research is to figure out how they are able to slow down the aging clock.
Live Science
 | Science
November 16, 2014
Germany, Europe
Our footprint on Earth is so significant that we may have to reconsider history.
The Independent
 | Science
October 21, 2014
World
You could call it Noah's Ark. It might be our salvation in case of global tragedy.
Motherboard
 | Science
October 13, 2014
World
Remember that flashy thing in Men in Black? Well, it might exist soon.
Quartz
 | Science
October 13, 2014
Australia, Oceania
The deep-sea of Australia could preserve descendants from 500 million years ago.
Huffington Post
 | Science
September 05, 2014

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