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Neanderthals-Denisovans interbreeding benefited modern humans: study

Neanderthals-Denisovans interbreeding benefited modern humans: study

Neanderthals' interbreeding with another human relative called the Denisovans benefitted Homo sapiens (modern humans) by helping them adapt to their new homes, according to a new study.

Al Gore wants to work with Trump to tackle climate change

Al Gore wants to work with Trump to tackle climate change

Former U.S. vice president and environmental activist Albert Al Gore wants to work with Donald Trump's administration to help tackle the harmful effects of global warming and climate change.

Martian show home opened at London’s Royal Observatory

Martian show home opened at London’s Royal Observatory

A new Martian show home opened at London's Royal Observatory in Greenwich on Thursday displays a pod-shaped living space, providing a glimpse into what will Mars homes look like when humans will fi

Trump’s victory looks terrible for NASA’s Earth science missions

Trump’s victory looks terrible for NASA’s Earth science missions

It is still unknown what the Donald Trump administration will mean for the future of the government-run space agency NASA, but the Republican leader's win will apparently be terrible for the agency

Supermassive black hole screaming through space at speed of 2,000mph: research

Supermassive black hole screaming through space at speed of 2,000mph: research

A supermassive black hole is screaming through space at a speed of 2,000 miles per second (mph) and it will likely never stop, a team of American astronomers estimated.

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