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The crew on the R/V Nautilus discovered a lake under the ocean! Brine pools are filled with ultra-salty water so dense it doesn't mix with the ocean above. Nautilus Live

This Undersea Lake In The Gulf Of Mexico Literally Kills Everything It Touches

Unveiling the Grammar of Biological Cells http://www.sciencetotal.com/news/2016-04-unveiling-the-grammar-of-biological-cells/

Cells in the body exchange a number of signals with their surroundings. Deficient signal pathways may adversely affect the function of cells and cause diseases.

A pair of wealthy Americans are looking for brain implants on the black market that will allow them to communicate with each other using the power of thought. That's according to presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan who believe that in a few decades, we could all be plugged into an AI 'matrix' (stock image used)

Biohackers are turning to the black market for BRAIN implants

Windfarms generate microclimates with uncertain effects on peatland carbon store

The microclimates created by the action of wind farms is unlikely to affect the ability of peatland to capture carbon, scientists consider.

NASA sees Fantala's eye wide open north of Madagascar

Tropical Cyclone Fantala continued to spin northeast of Madagascar when NASA's Aqua satellite passed over the Southern Indian Ocean on April


How could we build an invisibility cloak to hide Earth from an alien civilization?

Sylvia Earle emerges from Aquarius Habitat. July 2012

Sylvia Earle emerges from Aquarius Habitat.

Antarctic whales and the krill they eat

The Western Antarctic sector of the Southern Ocean is the regular feeding ground of a large number of fin and humpback whales of the Southern Hemisphere. Around fin whales likely migrate to its ice-free waters during .

A new way of modeling the effects of climate change on islands shows that previous analyses underestimated the number of islands that would become substantially more arid by mid century -- 73 percent, up from an estimate of 50 percent.

Islands facing a dry future: Today's global climate models do not capture the effects of climate change on islands' aridity

Island nations could be forgiven for feeling slighted. They already face the brunt of the effects of climate change: Rising sea levels, dwindling resources, threats to infrastructure and economic foundations. But to add insult .

Daily up and down of the plankton animals in the sea

A unique series of measurements taken over several years in the Antarctic Ocean provide new findings about the daily vertical migration of zooplankton communities: scientists of the Thünen Institute of Sea Fisheries in Hamburg .

Comprehensive report of world's transboundary water basins finds hotspots of risk

Environmental stresses including climate change and population growth will have an enormous impact on the world's waterways that cross international borders, a new report concludes, but economic development may have consequences .

Brain stem cell quiescence needs to be actively maintained in Drosophila

Neural stem cells are responsible for the formation of differentiated daughter cells in the developing brain. If no new cells are needed, the stem cells may enter a resting phase called quiescence.

When UFOs Go Rogue in Hollywood

When an individual has an undeniable UFO encounter, the effects can be jarring – psychologically, physically, and spiritually.

Probing the Transforming World of Neutrinos

Probing the Transforming World of Neutrinos

Physics, Physical Science

Cyclists ride along a bike path on the banks of the Mapocho River in Santiago on April 1, 2016

Cyclists ride along a bike path on the banks of the Mapocho River in Santiago on April 2016