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Mouse pups born from sperm stored on the International Space Station for 9 months.
Science Magazine
Now, a new study shows that mouse sperm stored for more than 9 months on the International Space Station (ISS)—where radiation levels are roughly 100 times higher than on Earth—can produce healthy, fertile mouse pups. “This work is enormously ...
Mouse Sperm Kept in Space Station Produced Healthy Young on EarthInside Science News Service
Space sperm produces healthy mice, raising prospect of future human settlementThe Guardian
'Space pups' bred on Earth from mouse sperm stored on ISSABC Online
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Science Times

New Study Reveals Earth's First Animals: Dickinsonia
Science Times
According to Phys.org, Scott Evans, a graduate student in the Department of Earth Sciences, and Mary Droser, an educator of fossil science, both in UCR's College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, demonstrate that the Ediacaran-period fossil ...


EurekAlert (press release)

Sea level as a metronome of Earth's history Université de Genève
EurekAlert (press release)
In addition, this measurement is relatively simple to perform and it provides accurate data -- a real asset for science and mining companies. The study also highlights the importance of sea levels, which are a real metronome for the Earth's sedimentary ...


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Sea level as a metronome of Earth's history | EurekAlert! Science ...
EurekAlert (press release)
Sedimentary layers contain stratigraphic cycles and patterns that precisely reveal the succession of climatic and tectonic conditions that have occurred over ...

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Science Daily

Shedding light on Earth's first animals: Complex and highly ...
Science Daily
More than 550 million years ago, the oceans were teeming with flat, soft-bodied creatures that fed on microbes and algae and could grow as big as bathmats.

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