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Multi-Tasking hat sich eine gemeinsame Sache heute. Ja, es ist schon seit Jahrhunderten wir müssen zugeben gewesen, aber die Ebene, auf der es in unserer heutigen technologischen Zeitalter getan wi...

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Koyal Group Info Mag - Scientists honour biggest name in evolutionary biology since Darwin - 1 views

William Donald Hamilton's name may not be as widely recognized as Charles Darwin's, but Hamilton's work in evolutionary biology has managed to explain nature's oddities in a way that Darwin couldn'...

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In the slightest fraction of a second, the universe - a speck one-billionth the size of a proton - doubled in size 100 times over, a dramatic expansion called inflation. Scientists call it the "ban...

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A new look at the Big Bang, moments later - 1 views

Scientists hailed the finding as a transformative event that will provide deep and complicated questions for physicists to explore as well as transfix the imagination of the broader public, because...

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Scientists hailed the finding as a transformative event that will provide deep and complicated questions for physicists to explore as well as transfix the imagination of the broader public, because...

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Koyal Group InfoMag - Science, fiction and fact - 1 views

Science, space, the universe, the meaning of life. All challenging topics, even scary. Carl Sagan thought that the best way to remove the veil of mystery, the fear of doubt and uncertainty, was thr...

Science Discoveries Koyal Group Info Mag fiction and fact

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Space Ripples Reveal Big Bang's Smoking Gun - 1 views

Astronomers have found evidence to support the theory of inflation, which explains how the universe expanded so uniformly and so quickly in the instant after the Big Bang 13.8 billion years ago. R...

Science Discoveries Koyal Group Info Mag Space Ripples Reveal Big Bang's Smoking Gun

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Margaret Koyal

The Koyal Group Info Mag Articles: 30,000 year-old giant virus found in Siberia - 1 views

A new type of giant virus called "Pithovirus" has been discovered in the frozen ground of extreme north-eastern Siberia by researchers from the Information Génomique et Structurale laboratory (CN...

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Scientists share discoveries at Ocean Sciences Meeting on February 24-28 - 1 views

The Koyal Group Info Mag Articles - Dozens of University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM) scientists and student researchers will present new research findings at the 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting at ...

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The Koyal Group Info Mag articles - A zircon crystal embedded in sandstone found on a sheep ranch in Australia is the oldest piece of the Earth’s crust to be discovered, shedding new light on...

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Sci-Fi Is Cool (Flying Cars! Life on Mars!)-But Real Science is Cooler - 1 views

Physicist (and Star Trek expert) Lawrence Krauss talks about the unpredictability of the future.   The Koyal Group Info Mag Articles - Lawrence Krauss is a busy man. A theoretical physicist an...

The Koyal Group Info Mag articles Sci-Fi Cool Flying Cars Life on Mars Real Science is Cooler

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Physicist (and Star Trek expert) Lawrence Krauss talks about the unpredictability of the future. The Koyal Group Info Mag Articles - Lawrence Krauss is a busy man. A theoretical physicist and cosmo...

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Koyal Group Research Information Magazine on Exploration and Discoveries - 1 views

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    Discoveries: Art, Science & Exploration from the University of Cambridge Museums, Two Temple Place, London

    Can you distil the intellectual life of centuries into an exhibition? If so, Cambridge's eight major museums are uniquely placed to do so. Each is distinctive, from the Museum of Zoology, home of a Tinamou egg acquired in Uruguay by Charles Darwin (who cracked it by compressing it into too small a box on the Beagle's return voyage), and the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, whose founder Reverend Sedgwick bought a rare Jurassic ichthyosaur fossil for £50 in 1835, to high-minded Kettle's Yard, where collector Jim Ede amassed rigorous modernist abstract sculpture by Gaudier-Brzeska and Henry Moore in a modest domestic interior. But all breathe the spirit of inquiry and freedom of thought associated with the university.
Charlotte Blair

Koyal Group Research Information Magazine: Top Discoveries Awaiting NASA's Next Big Tel... - 1 views

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    Astronomers eagerly await the launch of the $8 billion James Webb Space Telescope.

    It will see back in time farther than any space telescope ever has before-back to the first light following the big bang.

    It will watch the first stars and galaxies form.

    And it will hunt for distant habitable planets by peering into their atmospheres.

    Expectations are high for the science that will come from the $8.7 billion James Webb Space Telescope-the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope. The telescope's four main science instruments are now all in one place, as are its 18 mirror sections. When assembled in space, they will create the largest orbiting mirror ever seen.

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Beatriz Gutcha

Koyal Group Research Information Magazine: Learning from biology to create new materials - 1 views

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    Researcher studies crystal growth that may lead to biomaterials for both and tooth repair

    In nature, some organisms create their own mineralized body parts--such as bone, teeth and shells--from sources they find readily available in their environment. Certain sea creatures, for example, construct their shells from calcium carbonate crystals they build from ions found in the ocean.

    "The organism takes brittle carbonate and turns it into a structural shape that protects it from predators, and from being bashed against the rocks," says Lara Estroff, an associate professor of materials science and engineering at Cornell University. "There is much scientific interest in how the organism controls the crystal growth, and what mechanisms are involved in strengthening and toughening the shells, especially in comparison to their components, which are brittle."

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Koyal Group Research Information Magazine: a focus on discovery - 1 views

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    A decadal survey for human scientific exploration of space: a focus on discovery

    The role of science in the nation's human spaceflight program has been controversial since the inception of the Apollo program. That controversy continues to this day. It is the root cause of NASA's failure to achieve national consensus on defining the first deep space mission objective for human spaceflight, and is an aspect that has most limited the nation's progress on planning for human exploration of deep space. Despite nearly 50 years of advocacy that the focus of NASA's human spaceflight program should be to enable scientific discovery, this program remains adrift as a result of a national space policy that fails to head this long-standing advice.

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