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  • 25May, 2019

    Author Guidelines

    Author Guidelines

    For every submission it is necessary to ensure the following:

    1. The article is original and has not been published previously or been previously submitted to another journal or conference.
    2. The document is in Word format and meets the style and bibliographic requirements outlined in these standards.
    3. The work must address researches in the area of specializat...

  • 21May, 2018

    Rival giant telescopes join forces to seek U.S. funding

    Rival giant telescopes join forces to seek U.S. funding

    Two U.S.-led giant telescope projects, rivals for nearly 2 decades, announced today that they have agreed to join forces. The Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT), a 25-meter telescope under construction in Chile, and the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT), which backers hope to build atop Mauna Kea in Hawaii, have not finished acquiring the necessary partners and money. They will now work together to win fun...

  • 21May, 2018

    Plants outweigh all other life on Earth

    Plants outweigh all other life on Earth

    Plants pack more heft than any other kingdom of life on the planet, making up 80% of all the carbon stored in living creatures. That’s just one surprise in a comprehensive new survey of Earth’s biomass, which finds that groups with the greatest number of species—such as arthropods—aren’t necessarily the heaviest. Measured in terms of carbon content (to factor out variable components like water)...

  • 21May, 2018

    Using technology to extract knowledge from data

    Using technology to extract knowledge from data

    Technology is being used in all aspects of science and medicine, from helping doctors diagnose patients to showing governments the research they should fund based on their nation’s needs.

    Now we’re using it to harness insights in a field of critical importance to the whole world: disaster science. In the past weeks, hurricanes and earthquakes have pummeled whole cities and...

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