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Scientists Observe Gravitational Waves For The First Time

Scientists Observe Gravitational Waves For The First Time

The gravitational waves were discovered September 14, 2015 by twin Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) detectors.

Review:  'Assassin's Creed Chronicles: Russia'

Review: 'Assassin's Creed Chronicles: Russia'

Frustrating gameplay drags down Ubisoft's latest 'Assassin's Creed' spin-off.

Deadpool Deserves A Much Better Game Than He Got

Deadpool Deserves A Much Better Game Than He Got

Reminder: The 'Deadpool' game isn't good.

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SCIENCEScientists Just Cryonically Froze And Recovered A Mammal's Brain

Scientists Just Cryonically Froze And Recovered A Mammal's Brain

It sounds like a sci-fi film, but scientists have managed to cryonically freeze and then recover the brain of a mammal, an important step in retaining memories even after the death of someone's body.

SCIENCENASA Refutes Report That Meteorite Hit And Killed Indian Man

Space

NASA Refutes Report That Meteorite Hit And Killed Indian Man

Its planetary defense officer claimed the impact looked more in line with a "land-based explosion," while stressing that a death by meteorite impact has never been recorded.

SCIENCEScientists Genetically Modified Fruit Flies By Keeping Them In The Dark For 60 Years

Earth

Scientists Genetically Modified Fruit Flies By Keeping Them In The Dark For 60 Years

For more than six decades, scientists at Kyoto University have been studying the effects of external factors on the genome of the typical fruit fly — and if it can change particular factors of its genetic makeup. The answer? Yes.

SCIENCEDevastating Earthquakes Could Come From Unexpected Source, Say Researchers

Earth

Devastating Earthquakes Could Come From Unexpected Source, Say Researchers

The phenomenon, known as 'diking' was thought to only cause minor quakes.

SCIENCEResearchers Find 250 Galaxies Just Beyond The Milky Way

Space

Researchers Find 250 Galaxies Just Beyond The Milky Way

Researchers have found a whopping 250 previously-undiscovered galaxies by using a radio telescope. Many of the galaxies discovered were thought to have been there, but they had not been observed.

SCIENCEUnited States Hits Lowest Level Of Drought In Nearly Six Years

Environment

United States Hits Lowest Level Of Drought In Nearly Six Years

As of February 2, 2016, 15.5 percent of the country was in drought, down from the 18.7 percent in drought just at the end of December.

FUTURE TECHNASA's 360-Degree Video Is On YouTube

Space / Aviation

NASA's 360-Degree Video Is On YouTube

The video was first presented on the Rover's Facebook page last week.

SCIENCELithium-ion Battery Electrodes Created Using Pollen

Earth

Lithium-ion Battery Electrodes Created Using Pollen

Bee and cattail pollens could be used to create a new generation of lithium-ion batteries, according to researchers from Purdue University. How were they created?

Life'Three-Parent Babies' May Be Possible With Mitonchondrial DNA Replacement

Health

'Three-Parent Babies' May Be Possible With Mitonchondrial DNA Replacement

A U.S. government-sponsored agency says the process can be carried out safely and ethically, as long as the parents want boys.

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