This 'black box for Earth' will record everything as our civilisation dies

The black box will record carbon levels, temperature change. It will also be equipped with an algorithm which will allow it to surf the net, even check relevant social media posts

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Scientists identify new pattern in mathematics using artificial intelligence

The discovery can help to develop fundamentally new problem-solving techniques

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Roscosmos says International Space Station swerves to dodge fragment of US rocket

Thrusters of Progress MS-18 space freighter helped in the readjustment of the station's orbit

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In a first, fossils of a herd of 11 dinosaurs found in Italy

In what can be a treat for several paleontologists, fossils of a herd of 11 dinosaurs have been found for the first time in Italy. It includes the biggest and most complete skeleton of a dinosaur…

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With Omicron, reinfection is three times more likely: South African health body

Daily reports of Coronavirus infections have suddenly risen in South Africa, with the government reporting 11,535 new infections on Thursday, up from 312 ten days ago

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Love gone sour? Russia sues Austronaut who drilled spacecraft to reportedly be separate from partner

US-Russia spat seems to have reached space now. In a new development, Russian space agency Roscosmos has threatened to sue a NASA astronaut. The agency claims the astronaut drilled a two-mm hole…

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For the first time, scientists attempt to map world's underground fungal life

SPUN, which is a science-based initiative founded to map fungal networks, said it would collect 10,000 samples over the next 18 months from around the world to seek out the most biodiverse…

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NASA postpones ISS spacewalk because of space debris

The spacewalk was to last for more than six hours in order to repair a radio communication antenna of the ISS. NASA said that it received a debris notification for the space station

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Never seen before: Scientists say 'living robots' they created can reproduce on their own

Experiments which were conducted earlier shocked scientists as to how the Xenobots could be designed to complete easy tasks

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Archeologists resolve mystery of Chinese civilisation that vanished 4,000 years ago

The Liangzhu culture in the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) was among the world’s most advanced Neolithic cultures

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Hubble telescope captures pic of Prawn Nebula, a massive stellar nursery

Part of the Prawn Nebula in which star-formation is taking place can even be seen illuminated in this NASA pic captured by Hubble Space Telescope

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Sea lions use whiskers to sense world around them, just like human fingers

Researchers came to the conclusion by studying a female sea lion

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Ray of hope? Blood test looks to identify disorder in people suffering with mental health issues

A blood test, which uses RNA markers, seems to be offering help in identifying the issue among people, who have mood disorders, such as depression. It could be a breakthrough in the diagnosis of…

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Moderna says current vaccines not effective against the Omicron variant

Moderna said in a release on Friday that it was working rapidly to test the current vaccine against the omicron variant, and studying two booster candidates.

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Will the vaccines stop Omicron? Scientists are racing to find out.

Scientists have reacted more quickly to omicron than to any other variant. In just 36 hours from the first signs of trouble in South Africa on Tuesday, researchers analyzed samples from 100…

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