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New study reveals secrets of Wolfe Creek Crater

An ortho photograph of Wolfe Creek Crater. An orthophoto is an aerial image that has been geometrically corrected so that the scale is even and the photo has the same freedom of distortion as a map. Credit: University of Wollongong A study by an international team of researchers led by Professor Tim Barrows of the University of Wollongong has shed …

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Starbucks' open bathroom policy may be hurting foot traffic: Study

Starbucks' (SBUX) changes its bathroom policy to the public in the wake of the bathroom University of Texas at Dallas and Boston College. "When David Solomon, assistant professor at Boston College's Carroll School of Management, says: "David Solomon, Assistant Professor at Boston College's Carroll School of Management, told YFi PM. ” class=”JsEnabled_Op(0) JsEnabled_Bg(n) Trsdu(.42s) Bgr(nr) Bgz(cv) StretchedBox W(100%) H(100%) ie-7_H(a)” …

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NASA study shows that weightlessness affects the blood flow of astronauts

When people come to visit distant worlds, including Mars, it is important to understand the effects of longer space travel on the mental and physical health of astronauts. Some effects, such as the loss of muscle mass and brittle bones that occur when the astronauts are not under gravity, are known. However, there are other unknown adverse effects of microgravity …

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Wanted: 10,000 dogs for the largest study to date on dog aging

The researchers, which include teams from the University of Washington Medical School and the Texas Veterinary and Biomedical College of Medicine, are funded by the National Institute of Aging, a division of the National Institutes of Health. [19659002] The expertise of researchers comes from a wide variety of fields and institutions. All in all, it will be the largest dog …

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Wanted: 10,000 dogs for the largest study to date on dog aging

The researchers, which include teams from the University of Washington Medical School and the Texas Veterinary and Biomedical College of Medicine, are funded by the National Institute of Aging, a division of the National Institutes of Health. [19659002] The expertise of researchers comes from a wide variety of fields and institutions. All in all, it will be the largest dog …

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Missing link found? According to the study, "Original Bigfoot" was a close relative of orangutan

The legendary Bigfoot has long been considered the "missing link" between monkeys and humans. In an amazing discovery, scientists have found new evidence for the so-called "original Bigfoot," a ten-foot monkey that lived almost two million years ago, that the giant primate lived in southeast China about 1.9 million years ago. They also found that the animal was related to …

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The Nile formed millions of years earlier than thought, the study said

For thousands of years, Nile fertilized valleys along its meandering path through northeast Africa. It anchors ancient civilizations and still serves today as an important transport and irrigation route. However, the age of its venerable waters spanning 4,225 miles (6,800 kilometers) has been debated, with one group of experts claiming that the river was created about 6 million years ago, …

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The study of oceanic "black carbon" reveals puzzles in the global carbon cycle

The chemical signature of the "black carbon" occurring in the oceans differs considerably from that in rivers, which have long been believed to exist the source of oceanic black carbon. Picture credits: Robert G.M. Spencer To understand the global carbon cycle, it has long been believed that "black carbon" – decay-resistant carbon molecules modified by fire or combustion – is …

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New study questions one of Darwin's most important theories regarding the beginning of life on Earth

A new study questions one of the key theories of the origin of life on Earth, first established by Charles Darwin. He suspected that life first arose in shallow pools. University College London researchers, however, have successfully created protoplasts in hot, alkaline sea water, similar to marine environments found near deep-water hydrothermal vents in the deepest areas of the world …

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