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An Experiment in Zurich Brings Us Nearer to a Black Hole’s Mysteries

The equations that describe the universe at the smallest and largest scales — how the tiniest elementary particles dance, how the space-time of the cosmos bends — predicted a slight incongruity, a tiny unbalancing in the numbers of certain particles under certain circumstances.
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Iranian Math Genius Dies Following Battle with Cancer

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iranian math genius Maryam Mirzakhani died at a hospital in the US on Saturday after a long battle with cancer. ...
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Moving Black Hole Possibly Spotted in Far Away Galaxy | Video

Astronomers may have found a supermassive black hole on the move in an elliptical galaxy 3.9 billion light years away. ...
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How Many Stars Are In The Universe?

Looking up into the night sky, it's challenging enough for an amateur astronomer to count the number of naked-eye stars that are visible. With bigger telescopes, more stars become visible, making counting impossible because of the amount of time it would take. So how do astronomers figure out how many stars are in the universe?...
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Egypt uncovers chamber of mummies, sees life for tourism

Egypt has unearthed an ancient burial site replete with at least 17 mummies, most fully intact, the latest in a string of discoveries that the country's antiquities minister described as a helping hand from the crypt for its struggling tourism sector....
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US nuclear site's collapsed tunnel may have gone unnoticed

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The large sinkhole that caved in a tunnel filled with radioactive waste at a sprawling Washington state nuclear waste repository may have gone unnoticed for days before its discovery because workers do not patrol tunnel sites daily, a spokesman for the U.S. Department of Energy said Thursday....
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Can Genetically Engineered Bacteria Be Taught to Heal Wounds?

Researchers at MIT have discovered that adding gold to genetically engineered bacteria can create a biomaterial capable of carrying a current....
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Prehistoric human DNA is found in caves without bones

Washington (AFP) - International scientists have uncovered prehistoric human DNA from caves without bones, an advance that could shed new light on human history and evolution....
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Astronomers Capture the First 'Image' of the Dark Matter That Holds the Universe Together

For decades, scientists have tracked hints of a thread-like structure that ties together galaxies across the universe....
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NASA Announcement: Enceladus Has Hydrogen Energy Source for Life | Video

[Enceladus is one of the major inner satellites of Saturn along with Dione, Tethys, and Mimas. It orbits at 238,000 km from Saturn's center ]...
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