Scientists use powerful light beams to virtually unwrap, decipher 2 scrolls from Roman library
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Scientists use powerful light beams to virtually unwrap, decipher 2 scrolls from Roman library

Please enable cookies on your web browser in order to continue. The new European data…

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UK scientists join the Extinction Rebellion climate change protests
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UK scientists join the Extinction Rebellion climate change protests

Environment 7 October 2019 By Lilian Anekwe Lillian Anekwe for New ScientistHundreds of climate change…

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Scientists spot first alien gases from interstellar comet
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Scientists spot first alien gases from interstellar comet

Gemini Observatory two-color composite image of C/2019 Q4 (Borisov) which is the first interstellar comet…

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Scientists hope to digitally unravel scrolls charred by Vesuvius with light 10 billion times brighter than the sun
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Scientists hope to digitally unravel scrolls charred by Vesuvius with light 10 billion times brighter than the sun

(CNN)Scientists from the University of Kentucky say they're working to perfect a technique to digitally…

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Scientists Plan to Capture a Feasting Black Hole on Video
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Scientists Plan to Capture a Feasting Black Hole on Video

13 hours ago__Dan Robitzski__Filed Under: Hard ScienceCandid CameraThe black hole cinematic universe is growing: scientists…

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Scientists discovered a new partial skeleton of pterosaur and promptly named it ‘Butch’
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Scientists discovered a new partial skeleton of pterosaur and promptly named it ‘Butch’

Scientists discovered a new partial skeleton of pterosaur and promptly named it 'Butch' - CNN

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Scientists plan to film black hole at the Milky Way galaxy’s center
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Scientists plan to film black hole at the Milky Way galaxy’s center

The team of scientists that captured the first-ever photo of a black hole is turning to…

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Scientists discover ‘train wreck’ black hole collision which could explain start of life
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Scientists discover ‘train wreck’ black hole collision which could explain start of life

Described as a “train wreck collision” by Shobita Satyapal, an astrophysicist at George Mason University,…

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Drone-Piloting Scientists ‘Weighed’ Whales From 130 Feet in the Air
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Drone-Piloting Scientists ‘Weighed’ Whales From 130 Feet in the Air

Scientists estimate Earth’s total carbon store
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Scientists estimate Earth’s total carbon store

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Carbon is all around us - in the trees…

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