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This Earth Day we are working towards a greener future. It can be so simple to make a difference. One way to start is by taking our Earth Day Challenge Continue Reading
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For as long as mobile phones have been around, they have also been banned from the labs. The reasons are various, from keeping a distraction away, to not wanting cellular Continue Reading
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Lying in a galaxy called M87 more than 50 million light-years away from Earth, the first-ever image of a black hole was taken thanks to a world-wide network of telescopes Continue Reading
Google Doodle Honors Hedwig Kohn, German-American Physicist
Google celebrates Hedwig Kohn on what would have been her 132nd birthday, highlighting her amazing achievements. Born in 1887, Hedwig Kohn had her fair share of challenges and obstacles in Continue Reading
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The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning that there is a shortage of drugs that is used by millions to treat high blood pressure. The drugs known as Continue Reading