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Magnets could cool tomorrow's refrigerators

Magnets could cool tomorrow's refrigerators

BOSTON, July 28 (UPI) --Researchers at MIT have offered a new theory that suggests magnets can work as cooling agents and may one day cool refrigerators.
Brooks Hays
Trees remove enough air pollution to save 850 people a year

Trees remove enough air pollution to save 850 people a year

WASHINGTON, July 28 (UPI) --By removing toxins and particulates from the air, tress are saving lives -- 850 per year -- scientists with the U.S. Forest Service say.
Brooks Hays
Web cams show loggerhead turtles hatching in Florida

Web cams show loggerhead turtles hatching in Florida

KEY WEST, Fla., July 28 (UPI) --Over the weekend, roughly 100 loggerhead turtles hatched on the beaches of the Florida Keys; and it was all captured on video.
Brooks Hays
Bloodsucking insects older than previously thought

Bloodsucking insects older than previously thought

BEIJING, July 25 (UPI) --Researchers in China have unearthed a number of bloodsucking bug specimens that date to 130 million years ago.
Brooks Hays
NASA preparing to protect Mars orbiters from comet close call

NASA preparing to protect Mars orbiters from comet close call

PASADENA, Calif., July 25 (UPI) --Comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring won't whiz by Mars for another two months, but NASA is already preparing its Mars orbiters for the flyby.
Brooks Hays
NASA released 3-D printer files for models of satellites, probes and planets

NASA released 3-D printer files for models of satellites, probes and planets

WASHINGTON, July 25 (UPI) --Anyone with a computer, internet connection and 3-D printer can now make miniature replicas of satellites, probes and planets.
Brooks Hays
SpaceX releases video of Falcon 9 'soft landing' in the Pacific

SpaceX releases video of Falcon 9 'soft landing' in the Pacific

LOS ANGELES, July 25 (UPI) --SpaceX has released a video of their attempt to return part of their Falcon 9 rocket to Earth. It's what SpaceX engineers call a 'soft landing.'
Brooks Hays
Russia loses contact with gecko sex satellite

Russia loses contact with gecko sex satellite

MOSCOW, July 25 (UPI) --Russia has lost contact with a satellite full of mating lizards -- launched to study the effects of zero gravity on animal reproduction.
Brooks Hays
Shipping lanes intersect feeding waters of blue whales

Shipping lanes intersect feeding waters of blue whales

CORVALLIS, Ore., July 25 (UPI) --A new study suggests ocean shipping lanes off the West Coast pass directly through the heart of feeding waters preferred by blue whales.
Brooks Hays
Study: All dinosaurs probably had feathers

Study: All dinosaurs probably had feathers

BRUSSELS, July 24 (UPI) --Now, the discovery of six new dinosaur fossils in Siberia suggests feathers weren't exclusive to theropods, but were a feature of all dinosaurs.
Brooks Hays
Tyrannosaurs hunted in groups

Tyrannosaurs hunted in groups

TUMBLER RIDGE, British Columbia, July 24 (UPI) --New evidence -- three sets of dinosaur footprints -- suggest Tyrannosaurs moved and hunted in packs, say scientists in Canada.
Brooks Hays
Plans for new Minnesota Vikings stadium a bird deathtrap, environmentalists say

Plans for new Minnesota Vikings stadium a bird deathtrap, environmentalists say

MINNEAPOLIS, July 24 (UPI) --The plans for a new Minnesota Vikings football stadium have been warmly received by fans. But fowl lovers are crying foul -- calling it a 'bird deathtrap.'
Brooks Hays
Explosions in Gaza, Israel seen from International Space Station

Explosions in Gaza, Israel seen from International Space Station

TEL AVIV, Israel, July 24 (UPI) --Astronauts orbiting in the International Space Station witness the rocket fire and explosions in Israel and Gaza.
Brooks Hays
Natural Trap Cave reopened to scientists

Natural Trap Cave reopened to scientists

CHEYENNE, Wyo., July 24 (UPI) --After a 30 year absence, scientists are returning to dig for fossils at the bottom of Wyoming's Natural Trap Cave.
Brooks Hays
NASA likely to miss target dates for next big rocket launch, GAO says

NASA likely to miss target dates for next big rocket launch, GAO says

WASHINGTON, July 23 (UPI) --A new report by the Government Accountability Office says NASA and its contracting partners are unlikely to meet their goal of a December 2017 test flight.
Brooks Hays
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