Lack of water rules out life on Venus: study

A study measuring water concentration in Venus's atmosphere concluded Monday that life as we know it is not possible among the sulphuric acid droplets that make up the planet's famously cloudy skies.

More record-smashing heat forecast as Canada, US northwest bake

Canada was bracing Monday for its highest ever temperature as the country's west and swathes of the United States baked in an unprecedented heat wave, forcing schools and COVID-19 vaccination clinics to close and the postponement ...

Scientists create unique alloy for air, rail transports

Scientists from the National University of Science and Technology "MISIS" (NUST MISIS) in cooperation with their colleagues from the Siberian Federal University and the Research and Production Centre of Magnetic Hydrodynamics ...

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