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Study: We're more hard-headed than we think

Tue, 16 May 2017 14:44:25 -0400

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People are so bubble-wrapped in their own opinions you can't even pay them to listen to opposing views, a new report suggests.



Skeleton of ice age horse to go on display at Edmonton museum

Wed, 10 May 2017 20:57:36 -0400

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Inside of a warehouse in a secret Edmonton location, a 13,000-year-old ice age horse gently grazes as it awaits its new home at the centre of one of the Royal Alberta Museum's largest exhibits.



Ghostbusters' Zuul returns; Scientists name dinosaur species after movie villain

Wed, 10 May 2017 06:33:19 -0400

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Meet Zuul - the dinosaur



Famed University of Alberta paleontologist, international team to study world's largest dinosaur eggs

Tue, 09 May 2017 14:46:54 -0400

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A Chinese farmer has led famed University of Alberta paleontologist Phil Currie to a nest containing the largest dinosaur eggs ever found.Currie, who has been working on the discovery since 1993, was taken in 2015 to the site in the central Chinese province of Henan by one of the farmers who found the half-metre-long eggs about 25 years ago.“It was



Homo naledi fossils reveal human family tree was more diverse than previously thought

Tue, 09 May 2017 11:08:27 -0400

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A species belonging to the human family tree whose remnants were first discovered in a South African cave in 2013 lived several hundred thousand years ago, indicating that the creature was alive at the same time as early humans in Africa, scientists said Tuesday.



World's biggest X-ray laser sees first light

Thu, 04 May 2017 09:31:11 -0400

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Scientists say they have switched on the world's biggest X-ray laser, designed to capture images of structures and processes at the atomic level.