This Week in Science

The Turanor PlanetSolar, the first 100 percent solar-powered vessel, will attempt to circumnavigate the world from Singapore and is scheduled to arrive back in Monaco next May.

Researchers have recently been able to measure the existence of the evanescent magnesium atom with great precision.

DNA left on deer remains could be used in the future to identify deer poachers.

NASA has unveiled a plan to study the moon from crust to core.

-compiled by Surabhi Bhatt, Adnin Zaman and Faiza Arif


Published September 14, 2011

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