The Search for the Largest Black Hole in Our Universe. Not too long ago, the idea of a black hole was just that, a theory. However thanks to modern radio telescope technology we are now able to actually locate and observe them. Recently what might be the 2nd largest black hole in our universe was […]

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The Risk for Drug Resistance infectious Diseases. The frequent use of antibiotics is causing these life saving drugs to have little or no impact on new strains of virus.This is leaving us with little to no options for treatment and represents a huge risk to human well being.

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A Simple Home Experiment Changes The Nature of Milk. Here is another great home experiment for the citizen scientists out there. Armed with a knowledge of chemistry, a glass of milk and some vinegar you can turn your milk into concrete!

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Advancements in Nanofabrication. There is no doubt that the tiny machine or nano-machine era is upon us. Researchers the world over are investigating new technologies and techniques to work in the nano world. However there are still many challenge to be overcome before we will have working nano-machines.

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The World’s Ozone Layer is Vitally Important to Mankind. It was back in the 1980’s that the world learned of the dangers of a thinning ozone layer and collectively worked together to address that threat. As a result in 1989, 196 countries signed the Montreal Protocol and banned the use of CFC’s . Climate change is […]

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What is Citizen Science? Reviewing all of the data that is received by satellites and earth based space telescopes is a monumental task and one that requires humans to perform. Luckily when it comes to science there are many people that would like to lend a hand. 

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Nature Nanotechnology at Work. Nacre which is also known as mother of pearl, is an organic-inorganic composite material produced by some molluscs as an inner shell layer; it also makes up the outer coating of pearls. Researchers have recently discovered that Nacre owes its existence to nano-particles.

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  Research Continues for Fuel Cells, Batteries and Super Capacitors. Fuel cells take hydrogen ( or hydrocarbons) and oxygen and recombine them to make water and electricity. If we can find a way to make, transport, compress and pump hydrogen in a clean and economical way we will truly be able to say good bye […]

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Light, as we learned in high school physics is made of particles that behave like a wave. It cannot for example bend around corners and travels at the highest speed allowed by the universe. However what happens to light in curved space or under the influence of gravity?

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Energy Weapons Research is Far Advanced. Have you ever wondered when we will see some the futuristic high tech weapons promised in science fictions movies such as laser cannons and energy beams? Well here is a glimpse into some of the weapons on the drawing board right now. At least the ones that they will […]

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