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From World War II to modern day, Angela Saini explores how the concept of race has evolved in scientific circles.
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A sample of an illustrated children’s book profiling some of Ireland’s greatest scientists has won this year’s Mary Mulvihill Award.
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Over the next century, researchers predict that small creatures and mammals will significantly outnumber large ones because of humanity’s influence.
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New research has found that the ancient planetary collision that formed the moon may have also brought water to Earth.
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It seems we all have the skills to be a pickpocket as researchers find humans can identify what an object looks like without even seeing it.
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Hayley Hung, a research scientist at Environment and Climate Change Canada, is leading a team to investigate air pollutants in the Arctic.
The post One researcher is trying to get to the bottom of the great ‘invisible’ polluter appeared first on Silicon Republic.
For the first time, researchers have discovered red pigment in an ancient fossilised mouse, shining a light on what the creature looked like.
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More vast oceans could be hiding beneath the surface of Pluto than we once thought, hidden by an insulating layer of gas.
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When it comes to helping your bowels move everything they need to, coffee is ideal, but it’s nothing to do with caffeine.
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Irish secondary school student Adam Kelly will rub shoulders with Nobel dignitaries after being named one of the world’s brightest young students at ISEF 2019.
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