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In this series, we cover stories ranging from black holes in distant galaxies to scientists designing robotic instruments that will probe hard-to-reach planets, in a quest to explore and understand our solar system and the universe.

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video 2016: the year in space and astronomy

Dec 28, 2016 15:36 pm UTC| Science

The achievements of astrophysicists this year were as groundbreaking as they were varied. From reuniting a lander with a mothership on a comet, to seeing the most extreme cosmic events with gravitational waves, 2016 was...

Space Science Series

Scientists To Spend $1M To Chat With Aliens

Dec 27, 2016 06:34 am UTC| Science

Scientists have been aiming sensors and giant microphones at space hoping to catch some sort of signal that would signify the existence of extraterrestrial beings for years. Its basically a decades-long version of waiting...

Space Science Series

8 space reasons to look up in 2017

Dec 25, 2016 04:02 am UTC| Science

Its been a rough 2016 on Earth so I wanted to share (just some of) my reasons why I think we should celebrate New Years as 2017 is looking incredibly exciting. Everything from meteor showers and eclipses to epic space...

Space Science Series

Antimatter breakthrough sheds light on matter's shadowy twin

Dec 21, 2016 15:16 pm UTC| Science

It is a particularly exciting time to be a physicist, particularly in Australia. In mid-2012, the Higgs boson was discovered at CERN, and physicists from Melbourne contributed to the development of the ATLAS detector that...

Space Science Series

Digging for cosmic gold: the hunt for dark matter at the bottom of a gold mine

Dec 19, 2016 00:26 am UTC| Science

Dark matter is believed to be five times more prevalent in the universe than ordinary matter. But it interacts so weakly with other matter like the protons and electrons that make up the stuff around us that, to date,...

Space Science Series

A machine astronomer could help us find the unknowns in the universe

Dec 12, 2016 19:56 pm UTC| Science

What have pulsars, quasars, dark matter and dark energy got in common? Answer: each of them took the discoverer by surprise. While much of science advances carefully and methodically, the majority of truly spectacular...

Space Science Series

How we caught the first glimpse of weather on a faraway gas giant

Dec 12, 2016 19:52 pm UTC| Science

Over 3,000 exoplanets, which orbit stars other than our sun, are now known to exist with new planets and research added every day. But just knowing that a planet exists is one thing, what wed really like to know is what...

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Economy

U.S. Treasuries climb as investors await host of FOMC members’ speeches amid quiet trading day

The U.S Treasuries climbed Monday as investors wait to watch a host of speeches from the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), due later today and throughout this week. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasuries...

UK gilts surge ahead of 10-year auction, BoE’s monetary policy meeting

The UK gilts surged Monday as investors wait to watch the countrys 10-year auction and the Bank of Englands (BoE) monetary policy meeting, scheduled to be held on June 20 and June 21 by 09:45GMT and 11:00GMT...

German bunds jump ahead of ECB President Draghi’s speech, 30-year auction

The German bunds jumped during European session Monday ahead of the European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghis speech, scheduled to be held later today and the 30-year auction, due to be held later in the...

German bunds jump ahead of ECB President Draghi’s speech, 30-year auction

The German bunds jumped during European session Monday ahead of the European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghis speech, scheduled to be held later today and the 30-year auction, due to be held later in the...

Most regional banks likely to tighten monetary policy to defend local currencies; BSP, BI to raise rates in June: Scotiabank

Most regional central banks are expected to tighten their monetary policy to defend local currencies. The central banks of Philippines and Indonesia could raise policy rates in June, followed by the BoK, RBI, BoT and CBC...

Politics

Venezuelans are boycotting their presidential election

Venezuelas May 20 presidential election may be an election in name only. Nicolás Maduro is widely expected to be reelected as Venezuelas president despite his 20 percent approval rating and profound mismanagement...

Profile: Avigdor Lieberman, Israel's hardline defence minister

One of the most divisive figures in Israeli politics, Avigdor Lieberman, has been his countrys defence minister since May 2016. Despite his publicly acrimonious relationship with the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu,...

The first terrorist act in Indonesian prison: the triggers and how to prevent them

Indonesia witnessed another terrorist act last week. But, this time, it occurred in a maximum-security detention centre located at the polices Mobile Brigade headquarters in Depok, West Java. More than 150 terrorist...

South Africa's print media is failing to empower citizens on corruption

The mainstream media can play an important role in fighting corruption. Investigative journalists in South Africa, for instance, helped to expose how the politically connected Gupta family captured elements of the...

Would America vote for Oprah for president?

America has had a black president. Is the country ready for a black president who is also a woman? Speculation about the candidacy of Oprah Winfrey makes clear that some voters think so. Granted, Winfrey says she...

Science

Bacteria Could Be the Key To Breathing on Mars, Study Says

The atmosphere on Mars is so thin that humans wont be able to breathe on the red planet unless they are wearing space suits. With plans to colonize it, wearing the bulky apparel would pose a considerable level of...

Magnets Could Be the Key to Better Wine, Study Finds

Humans have been making wine since pre-historic times, with the discovery of alcoholic beverages made from honey dating thousands of year back. Throughout the millennia, new methods for wine-making have cropped up. This...

Antipsychotic Drugs Increases Risks Of Obesity and Diabetes In Children, Study Says

Update: The article previously mentioned that antipsychotic drugs were used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The study does not mention this fact and we apologize for the inaccurate statement....

Scientists Just Found A Black Hole That Is Eating Everything In Its Path

Black holes are some of the most terrifying subjects in the realm of science. Not only do they offer a glimpse into the raw power that is present in the universe, they also invoke undefinable terror in those who imagine...

Salt Could Prevent Hearing Loss After An Explosion

In movies, whenever a bomb goes off or an explosion occurs, there is that iconic moment where sounds are muffled and there is a high-pitched ring that pervades the whole scene. While films can go over-the-top with regards...

Technology

Parts of RPG ‘Starfield’ Are Playable, But Developer Says Fans Should Patiently Wait

One of the most notable announcements from Bethesda during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2018 last week was its newest role-playing title, Starfield. The way developers talked about the game hinted that it is on...

Cryptocurrency a 'Poor Substitute' for Traditional Money, Financial Institution Report Says

The Bank of International Settlement recently released a report that claims cryptocurrencies are a poor substitute for institutionally supported currencies. The report, titled Cryptocurrencies: looking beyond the hype,...

'Dying Light 2' Map Is 4 Times Bigger Than in First Title, Brings Back Parkour Moves

Since Dying Light 2 was announced at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2018 last week, several gameplay details have been revealed, including the fact that its map is actually four times bigger than the first...

Demand for Blockchain-Related Jobs Rises as Technology Gains More Popularity

Banks, shipping companies, popular gaming platforms, governments these are just some of the many sectors that blockchain tech has entered in recent years. And these industries are enjoying the advantages that the...

Red Bull's 'Fortnite' Competition Featuring Ninja Sells Out Within Minutes

Fortnite is easily one of the most popular video games today, and gamer Tyler Blevins a.k.a. Ninja is definitely one of the best, if not the best, in playing the battle royale title. So when it was announced that Red Bull...
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