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Washington, Oct. 25 (ANI): Experts at the University of Colorado Boulder have found that the standard summer temperatures in the Eastern Canadian Arctic have risen drastically in the last 100 years as compared to any century in the last 44,000 years and perhaps as long ago as 120,000 years.
Arizona man survives after 30-ton boulder crushes him Sep 12, 4:06 pm
New York, Sept 12 (ANI): A man from Arizona reportedly survived after a giant rock slid down a mountain and landed on him.
Washington, July 9 (ANI): A new low-cost method of in-vitro fertilization developed at the University of Colorado Boulder may help thousands of infertile couples in developing countries.
Probable life on Mars may be hydrogen powered Jun 10, 10:37 am
Washington, June 10 (ANI): A new study led by the University of Colorado Boulder has suggested that a chemical reaction between iron-containing minerals and water may produce enough hydrogen "food" to sustain microbial communities living in pores and cracks within the enormous volume of rock below the ocean floor and parts of the continents.
Washington, June 7 (ANI): New observations from ALMA have provided answer to one of the biggest questions: how do tiny grains of dust in the disc around a young star grow bigger and bigger - to eventually become rubble, and even boulders well beyond a metre in size?
Water-rock reaction may supply enough hydrogen 'food' to sustain life in ocean's crust or on Mars May 31, 11:58 am
Washington, May 31 (ANI): A new study led by the University of Colorado Boulder has suggested that a chemical reaction between iron-containing minerals and water may produce enough hydrogen "food" to sustain microbial communities living in pores and cracks within the enormous volume of rock below the ocean floor and parts of the continents.
Moon meteor blast 'visible to naked eye on Earth', says NASA May 19, 12:46 pm
Melbourne, May 19 (ANI): NASA has revealed that a boulder-sized meteor slammed into the moon in March, causing an explosion so bright that it was visible to the naked eye on Earth.
Having more sex makes people happy Apr 16, 1:02 pm
Washington, April 16 (ANI): People are generally happy when they have more sex, but thinking that they are having more sex than other people makes them even happier.
Washington, March 28 (ANI): The impact of the Manhattan-sized asteroid into a region of Mexico in the dinosaur days could have triggered a global firestorm that would have burned every twig, bush and tree on Earth and led to the extinction of 80 percent of all Earth's species, a new University of Colorado Boulder study has suggested.
Boulder-size asteroid behind Friday's 'Manhattan meteor' Mar 25, 3:09 pm
Washington, March 25 (ANI): Scientists have revealed that the dramatic fireball that lit up skies over the U.S. East Coast on Friday evening was caused by an asteroid just 3 feet (0.9 meters) or so wide.
'Sideline quasars' stifled early galaxy formation Mar 22, 12:42 pm
Washington, Mar 22 (ANI): University of Colorado Boulder astronomers have claimed that "sideline quasars" teamed up with one of the brightest quasars glowing in the universe 11 billion years ago in order to prevent small galaxy formation.
London, Nov. 30 (ANI): The Grand Canyon in the United States is actually 65 million years older than previously thought, a new study suggests.
London, November 1 (ANI): A team led by University of Colorado Boulder researchers has found that genetic similarities may help to explain why human birds of a feather flock together, but the full story of why people become friends "is contingent upon the social environment in which individuals interact with one another."
Arctic getting warmer and wetter Oct 10, 3:14 pm
Washington, October 10 (ANI): A new study out of the University of Colorado at Boulder is showing how shifting patterns of humidity may bring about changes in the Arctic atmosphere.
Washington, September 19 (ANI): Two University of Colorado Boulder applied mathematicians have discovered interacting X- and Y-shaped ocean waves in shallow water that may help explain why some tsunamis are able to wreak so much havoc.
Arctic sea ice shrinks to lowest extent ever recorded on Aug. 26 Aug 28, 9:50 am
Washington, August 28 (ANI): Last week, the blanket of sea ice floating on the Arctic Ocean melted to its lowest extent ever recorded since satellites began measuring it in 1979, according to the University of Colorado Boulder's National Snow and Ice Data Center.
Washington, July 31(ANI): A new international study led by the University of Colorado Boulder pushes back onset date of South Africa's Later Stone Age by more than 20,000 years.
New Martian crater atlas may help determine age of Mars Jun 12, 12:33 pm
Washington, June 12 (ANI): A University of Colorado Boulder research team has recently finished counting, outlining and cataloging a staggering 635,000 impact craters on Mars that are roughly a kilometer or more in diameter.
Girl 'embarrassed' after spilling yoghurt on Obama Apr 25, 5:28 pm
Melbourne, Apr 25 (ANI): A girl spilled yoghurt on President Barack Obama while he was meeting and greeting outside a popular local restaurant 'The Sink', in Boulder, Colorado.
Fulbari (West Bengal), Mar.28 (ANI): The closure of a border outpost that demarcates India and Bangladesh in Fulbari, West Bengal, is causing inconvenience to boulder traders.
Barefoot running may be less efficient Mar 27, 11:14 am
Washington, Mar 27 (ANI): A new study has raised doubts over the minimalist running shoe movement, which may have prompted people to ditch their running shoes.esearchers at the University of Colorado in Boulder evaluated 12 barefoot runners on a treadmill sporting lightweight shoes or nothing but lead strips taped to their bare feet.
Washington, Jan 4 (ANI): Toddlers who miss daytime naps may be losing more than sleep, an expert has warned.
Expert warns of megaquake in Kashmir Valley Dec 10, 6:12 pm
Washington, Dec 10(ANI): Take a hotspot of potential conflict and add a magnitude 9.0 earthquake. It sounds like a nightmare scenario, but it could play out in the Kashmir region of the Indian subcontinent, according to Roger Bilham of the University of Colorado at Boulder.ilham also fears that such a major quake is likely to trigger landslides that could dam the Jhelum River, which drains from Jammu and Kashmir into Pakistan.
Washington, Sept 26(ANI): A man, who broke his leg, crawled for four days across the Utah desert, after being inspired by a movie 127 Hours, which portrayed a man who cut off his own arm to save himself after being trapped by a boulder in the same canyon.
Arctic sea ice drops to its 'second lowest ever recorded level' Sep 16, 1:50 pm
Washington, Sept 16 (ANI): University of Colorado Boulder's National Snow and Ice Data Centre has revealed that the blanket of sea ice that floats on the Arctic Ocean appears to have reached its lowest extent for 2011, the second lowest recorded since satellites began measuring it in 1979.
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