NASA looks at Tropical Cyclone Abela in 3-D

Satellite data enables scientists to look at tropical cyclones in three dimensions and that provides information about rainfall rates and cloud heights. Tropical Cyclone Abela, formerly known as “01S,” formed in the South Indian Ocean on July 16, 2016 …
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ORLANDO, Fla. — Organisms as different as plants, bacteria, yeast and humans could hold genetic swap meets and come away with fully functional genes, new research suggests. Researchers have known for decades that organisms on all parts of the …
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RIVERSIDE, Calif., July 20 (UPI) –A new study shows bed-bug skins continue to emit pheromones after they’ve been shed. Researchers at the University of California, Riverside are working isolate these pheromones and use them to attract and trap the blood …
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Researchers have mapped 180 distinct areas in our brain’s outer mantle, or cortex – more than twice the number previously known. They have also developed software that automatically detects the “fingerprint” of each of these areas in an individual …
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In a world struggling to preserve its sustainability and tackle on global warming, one major country seems uninterested: after announcing its intention to leave the European Union and electing a new Prime Minister, the UK has all but dissolved the public …
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In addition to learning more about our solar system, the one thing scientists were curious about was whether there was life beyond Earth. Viking 1 was sent to the planet to study the Martian surface and atmosphere as well as search for signs of life …
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How Americans can lose a lot of weight without giving up a single calorie Overeating may be caused by a hormone deficiency, scientists say Like our Health & Wellness page on Facebook for more science news about the ins and outs of the human body and mind …
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