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New Way to Accurately Measure Age of Stars

New Way to Accurately Measure Age of Stars

Astronomers have always struggled with the task of determining accurate age of stars.

Genetic Mugshots could Improve Reliability in DNA Evidence

Genetic Mugshots could Improve Reliability in DNA Evidence

A unique yet simple method has been developed by scientists in the US and Belgium that can significantly improve the reliability of using DNA evidence to reconstruct facial features of an individual.

Red Carpet Welcome awaits Two Distinguished Chinese Visitors to Belgium Today

Red Carpet Welcome awaits Two Distinguished Chinese Visitors to Belgium Today

A very high-profile Chinese couple is to Belgium for the first time.

Corpse Flower Blooms in Belgium

Corpse Flower Blooms in Belgium

It has an odor of rotten eggs but this hasn't failed to attract the attention of people in Belgium. The flower, titan arum, has been displayed at National Botanic Garden.

Smelling Bloom in Belgium at National Botanic Garden

Smelling Bloom in Belgium at National Botanic Garden

It may be a smelly flower but it seems that the attraction for it is no less than the fragrant ones.

European ministers to meet again to break impasse on bank crisis

European ministers to meet again to break impasse on bank crisis

European ministers will make a fresh attempt to break the impasse on who will pay for banks collapses at a meeting on Wednesday, as they failed to hit an agreement on Saturday.

Manual Work Raises Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Manual Work Raises Cardiovascular Disease Risk

In general, desk job is considered to be a sedentary job and is said to be related to a number of diseases.

Scientists Find Difference between the Brains of Humans and Monkeys

Scientists Find Difference between the Brains of Humans and Monkeys

According to the researchers, there are two types of functional networks in human's cerebral cortex that were not found in Rhesus monkeys.

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Experiment with Worms in ISS could Help Understand Astronauts‘ Skin-Thinning in

In order to shed some light on what makes the body build and lose muscle of astronauts' in space, researchers have decide to send thousands of microscopic worms on a mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in an experiment.

Timothy Etheridge from University of Exeter who studies muscle decline in space and potential ways of...

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