Scientific articles

Dinosaur era Plant Found in North America

Scientists have found plants dated back to prehistoric ages in North America that were thought to have died in the Western Hemisphere during the Cretaceous Period, tens of million years ago. The scientists of the Jurassic Period (gigantic dinosaurs era) have found green algae known as “Lychnothamnus barbatus” in 16 lakes in the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota. The survival ...

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100 billion planets similar to Earth

Researchers have developed new ways to discover specific planets orbiting around its stars far enough to be suitable for life, these orbits are called “Habitable Zone”. It is difficult to notice these planets because of their relatively small size compared to the star they orbit around. Scientists from the University of Auckland said that the integration of the information from ...

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“The Oldest Organism on Earth”

Scientists believe that they have really discovered the fossils of the oldest organism, which ever seen on earth, in a rock in the “Isua Greenstone Belt” in Greenland. These remains that were found are 3.7 billion-year-old microorganisms, which have been discovered through new techniques of laser scanning used by researchers form Copenhagen University. These results may shed light on life ...

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The Secret of the Supermassive Black Holes Birth

Astronomers in the Russian Academy of Sciences have said that the features and dimensions of the galaxies had been restricted long time ago to the number of the embryos of the supermassive black holes around them. “The supermassive black holes are present in the middle of most contemporary galaxies, and their mass might be about one million to one billion ...

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The invention of unsinkable metal

A new technology of producing unsinkable material from the aluminum alloy was patented at Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University(SPbPU) . the website of the university said that  the alloy invented by the scientists float due to the addition of foaming gas into liquid metal during re-melting of the aluminum material which led to the formation of pores that ...

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“The Mystery How the Crown of the Sun is Heated to Millions of Degree”

Scientists from Physical institute of RAS, using data from tragically died Koronas-Foton satellite, have tracked as the crown of the Sun is warmed to several million degrees. The high temperature of most top layer of the solar atmosphere still remains a riddle for astrophysicists. Underlying layers of the Sun – the chromosphere and the photosphere – are warmed to ten thousand degrees ...

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Planets were formed from giant mud balls

A new study has found a discovery that could change perceptions of how Earth and other planets were formed in the solar system. While scientists believed that the planets were formed from rocky asteroids, researchers now found that the planets were formed by “giant mud balls” . The study says that the ice-filled pores of global dust in the early ...

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Russian Scientists Develop Software forLarge Hadron Collider

Scientists from the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences SB RAS have agreed on developingsoftware that will combine information from all experiments carried out in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the CERN laboratory on the Franco-Swiss borders. The project is called CRIC Computing Resource Information Catalog, and will start operating in CERN by the end of 2017. ...

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Equatorial forests to sweep deserts

The high increase in rain fall triggered by global warming is expected by some scientists to reverse the desertification and allow for vast areas in sub-Saharan Sahel area to be revegetated. Within 100 years of now, the peripheries of deserts and aired areas would be revegetated due to the high increase in rain falls, Earth System Dynamics  quoted  Jacob Schewe  ...

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The invention of laser optical fibers

Russian physicists have invented a new type of optical fiber, which can be used to manufacture lasers and superconductors. The director of the Institute of Wireless and Electronic Technologies at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Sergei Nikitov, said: “We have invented optical fiber models that will be used in laser devices and in fiber sensors to measure temperature, pressure and ...

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