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Video of walking tardigrades!

We know that tardigrades are extremely cool. And now we can see them walk in this video.

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Fantastic Women Series: Eunice Newton Foote – The Woman Scientist Who Predicted Global Warming in 1856

Eunice Newton Foote – The Woman Scientist Who Predicted Global Warming in 1856. She was a campaigner for women’s rights. But she has been forgotten. Read about her here. 

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CFC Ban through Montreal Protocol bought us time against Climate Change

In 1987, one of the most successful multilateral environmental efforts were undertaken when the Montreal Protocol was signed, with the objective to completely phase out ozone depleting cholorofluorocarbons (CFCs). On September 16, 1987, 196 states and the European Union (a total of 197 parties) got together to sign the Montreal […]

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Ancient Colombian Rock Art

You may remember reading an article or two in UK newspapers about a new rock art discovery in Colombia, which the papers called the “Sistine Chapel of Ancient’s Rock Art”. Well, the articles were not entirely accurate. They gave the impression that this was a new discovery and had been […]

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July 23, 2021 Saima Baig no responses

The Eating Green Fad: Is your almond and soy latte all yout think it is?

How green is your almond milk and your soy latte? Find out here. Read more

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July 14, 2021 Saima Baig no responses

The Aztec Empire

The term Aztec is used to refer to the Mexica of Tenochtitlan, as well as the broader Nahuatl speaking people of central Mexico before and after the Spanish colonial era. The Aztec Empire in Mesoamerica was in power in Mexico between the 14th and 16th centuries. Read more 

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Profile – The Women Behind the Vaccines l Astra Zeneca

Meet Professor Sarah Gilbert and Dr Cathering Green, the women who created the Astra Zeneca vaccines. Read more

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Saudi Arabia’s 7,000-year-old Stone Structures

The Arabian desert has been known as just that – a desert – including in archaeology. It was thought that there had been no iron-age activity in the area (the iron-age was around 1200 to 500 BC). However, research conducted over the past 30 years or so has slowly changed […]

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Spacecraft OSIRIS REx Leaves Asteroid Bennu with Soil Samples

NASA’s spacecraft OSIRIS-Rex (the long-winded name is Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer) is on its way back after collecting samples from an asteroid! Read More

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The Amazon is Now Emitting More Greenhouse Gases Than it is Absorbing l Blogpost

The Amazon is Earth’s largest tropical rainforest with its own self-sustainaing regional climate and hydrological system. It contains a diversity of forests – from montane to mangroves – across a range of distinct soils and substrates, supported by a biogeochemically-diverse riverine network that drives extensive seasonal rainfall. It has been […]

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