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    Human Brain is 10 Times Larger Than Previously Thought

    Did you know that the memory capacity of the human brain is 10 times larger than previously thought? A new study has revealed that the brain’s ability to store memories is 10 times larger than previously believed. “This is a real bombshell in the field of neuroscience,” said researcher Terry Sejnowski. “We discovered the key […] More

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    Check Out ‘Dem Chompers On This Penguin!

    Check out ‘dem chompers! What might look like teeth inside this penguin’s mouth are actually backward-shooting fleshy spines lining the inside of their beak. These act like lanes that help penguins funnel their prey along their digestive track. Teeth or no teeth, we hope to never have to experience the inside of that! If you […] More

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    Gorgeous Jellyfish

    Never has something that could hurt you so bad looked so good! This gorgeous jellyfish is the bluebottle, and is actually composed of several different organisms called zooids that cooperate to serve different functions. One of those functions might be outstretching the tentacles to catch prey and then gobble it up. AMAZING!! Photo Cred: Matt […] More

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    NASA Will Be Destroying $3.26 Billion Spacecraft

    This coming September, NASA will be destroying Cassini, the $3.26 billion spacecraft that was used to explore Saturn. Cassini was launched twenty years ago in 1997, and now that the spacecraft is running low on fuel, NASA is set to destroy it before the spacecraft potentially destroys a nearby moon with possible alien life on […] More

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    Did You Know Squirrels Communicate Using Noise and Scent Making?

    Squirrels! Though often so ubiquitous they get overlooked, these little rodents are adorable up close. Did you know that they communicate using noise and scent making, and can also send signals to other squirrels with their tails? Photo cred: @jcnrad If you enjoy the content please Share it and Follow Us through social media! As […] More

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    Sublime and Terrifying, Tornadoes Can Do Immense Damage

    Sometimes we here at @Science can’t help but share a photo we come across that just looks so…awesomely powerful. Sublime and terrifying, tornadoes can do immense damage in just a few destructive minutes. Like snowflakes, tornadoes are all unique: they each have their own sound, shape, and even color. But you wouldn’t want a Christmas […] More

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    Praying Mantis: Expert Balancer

    How very zen. Not only is the praying mantis an expert balancer, it can also turn its neck 180 degrees to scout for prey. Their two compound eyes and three simple eyes also aid in the hunting process. Photo cred: Nordin Seruyan If you enjoy the content please Share it and Follow Us through social […] More

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    Wanna Go To Space?! Check Out What NASA Released

    Mars recruitment posters encouraging people to apply for future missions! Although the first manned missioned to Mars is still a few years away, NASA is already looking for people who would be interested in traveling to the Red Planet. Recently, NASA released eight, retro-style posters recruiting explorers, farmers, surveyors, technicians and teachers. All of the […] More

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    Charles R. Drew University

    👇 Find the best student loan for Charles R. Drew University! 👇 Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU) is a private, nonprofit, nonsectarian, medical and health sciences institution. Located in the Watts-Willowbrook area of South Los Angeles, Charles R. Drew University has graduated more than 550 medical doctors, 2,500 post-graduate physicians, more than 2,000 […] More

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    Quick Facts: Geoscientists 2012 Median Pay $90,890 per year$43.70 per hour Entry-Level Education Bachelor’s degree Work Experience in a Related Occupation None On-the-job Training None Number of Jobs, 2012 38,200 Job Outlook, 2012-22 16% (Faster than average) Employment Change, 2012-22 6,000 What Geoscientists Do Geoscientists study the physical aspects of the Earth, such as its […] More

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