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August 20, 2010 ET
How to get your paper published in a serious scientific magazine? It's easy: you just need to use a lot of words from scientific jargon. That's it. It will be published. You may even write that Jesus was an expert for influenza.
July 30, 2010 ET
While all replicators are still in the Alpha Quadrant, two MIT students decided they won't wait for Captain Janeway: they made a food printer here on Earth.
July 23, 2010 ET
We tend to think that there's nothing exciting on our closest space neighbour. However, after discovering water on the Moon, that rock that follows us is again "in".
July 16, 2010 ET
Legendary pharaoh Tutankhamun was on the throne for just ten years but his life is the source of many mysteries. Now, another scientist claims that he solved the mystery of his death.
July 9, 2010 ET
A double, 4,300 year old tomb, with colourfull paintings in Saqqara near Cairo is the new exciting discovery that could lead to more discoveries in that area.
July 2, 2010 ET
Take anthracene molecule, put in under ultraviolet radiation, add water and ammonia, and you'll get amino acids essential for the development of life. Well, there is a lot of anthracene in the deep space which means that complex organic molecules doesn't grow on Earth only.
June 25, 2010 ET
Professor Frank Fenner who helped to destroy smallpox predicts that humans will be extinct in the next one hundred years. Scary thought, but is the eminent professor right?
June 18, 2010 ET
What is 1,000 years older than the pyramids of and 400 years older than Stonehenge? Don't try, you won't guess: an old shoe.
June 11, 2010 ET
Every four years three things happen: Word Cup starts, a new ball is born, players criticize it. Now science confirmed that players should be listened.
June 4, 2010 ET
Six men will spend 520 days locked in a 550 cubic metre facility. This is the first training for the mission to Mars to test how they will react to long isolation.
May 28, 2010 ET
After 25 years and 120 million miles, space shuttle Atlantis touched the ground after it's final flight. The legendary orbiter is now on its way to the museum.
May 21, 2010 ET
In the near future quantum teleportation won't be science fiction anymore, and that opens a range of possibilities.