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Race on to save ancient Aboriginal tree carvings
Researchers are scouring Australia's desert outback to document ancient Aboriginal carvings on massive baobab trees, warning Wednesday that the recently discovered artwork could soon be lost forever.
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Experts: Beware of Vaccines Offered for Sale on Darknet
Three major Covid-19 vaccines are being advertised for sale on the darknet - the part of the internet not visible to search engines and which requires specialised software to access, an analysis of 15 marketplaces has found.
Annual World University Rankings Published, Sofia University and Bulgaria’s Medical University Score Better Results
QS Quacquarelli Symonds - international higher education think-tank - have today released the eleventh edition of the QS World University Rankings by Subject: an extensive independent comparative analysis on the performance of 13,883 individual university programs, taken by students at 1440 universities in 85 locations across the world, across 51 academic disciplines.
Тhe Global Sea Level Is Rising Faster than Expected
Climate change can cause much faster and higher levels of ocean, a study of the previous warming period (125,000 years ago) showed, BTA reported, quoted by NOVA.
The water then rose 10 meters above current levels to 3 meters per century, according to scientists at the Australian National University. This scenario would be a disaster for hundreds of millions of people.
Bulgaria Is the 77th Least Corrupt Country
Bulgaria ranks 77th in corruption in the world, according to a report by the Australian National University. The study compares country-by-country corruption and will be presented to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Taxpayers Union in Bulgaria.
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Australia shipwreck tale clue to French explorer disappearance
An Indian seaman's tale of being shipwrecked on a remote northern Australian island could shed light on the 230-year-old disappearance of a renowned French explorer, one of maritime history's greatest mysteries, an anthropologist said on Aug. 31.
Milky Way may host billions of planets in 'habitable' zones: study
The Milky Way galaxy may be home to billions of planets orbiting their host stars in a "habitable zone" where life could theoretically exist, researchers said Wednesday.
Astronomers view four images of a supernova, in a first
Astronomers observed four versions of a supernova thanks to the gravity of a cluster of galaxies, which magnified and bent the exploding star's light to create multiple images, scientists said March 5.