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A British inventor has come up with a concept which could lead to robots that can build cars, bridge rivers and even explore Mars

John Matese and Daniel Whitmire of the University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, in a recent paper say that tide-like variations in the pull exerted on the orbit of the

Two new analyses pronounce death for the claim of life on Mars

Recent observations on comet Hyakutake shed new light on the information of our solar system

the red planet

we on earth have always had a special fascination for the other planets of the solar system. But there is more to the planets than meets the telescopic eye. Studies on the planets have still not

Two European experiments performed with helium 3 uphold the theory of defect formation during phase transition, and clear some of the fog over the genesis of our universe

Two European experiments performed with helium 3 uphold the theory of defect formation during phase transition, and clear some of the fog over the genesis of our universe

A recent finding about the earth s core could hold a clue to the forces that shape the planet

On July 4, 1997, planet Mars will see robots crawling about, seeking more evidence of life there, egged on by the extraordinary find of life in a Martian meteorite below which had landed on Earth 13,000 years ago. But for the moment, that find itsel

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