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Giant Asian Hornets Found in US Washington State

By VOA News Scientists in Washington State say Asian giant hornets have been spotted in that state, the first time anywhere in the U.S. Researchers at Washington State University (WSU) say Asian giant hornets, Vespa mandarinia, are more than five centimeters long and the world’s largest hornets.  They have with a sting that can kill humans […]Load more...

Arte y vida

Strange Purple Orb Spotted in Deep Waters off California

VOA News Deep-sea researchers aboard the Nautilus have found a strange creature lurking in the waters off the Channel Islands near California. «This unidentified purple orb stumped our scientists onboard,” according to the Nautilus website. “After sampling, it began to unfold to reveal two distinct lobes. This could possibly be a new species of nudibranch.» […]Load more...

Este día en la historia

Today In History: March 14 1879

Albert Einstein Is Born Although a self described pacifist, his works contributed to the creation of the atomic bomb Albert Einsten was born in the German town of Ulm on March 14, 1879. His rejection of the education system and militarism of Germany at the time led him to move to Switzerland in 1895. There […]Load more...

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Scientists Successfully Reprogram HIV Cells

In the world there is a very small group of people who is immune to the HIV virus that causes AIDS . For years, scientists have attempted to replicate this natural resistance. Now researchers at the University of Pennsylvania, in the United States, managed to genetically engineer the immune cells of 12 patients with HIV […]Load more...