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Two earthquakes measuring 4.2 and 3.8 degrees on the open-ended Richter scale struck the city of Khormoj in the southern Iranian province of Bushehr in succession early Sunday.
Eng. Vala Madelat Head of the Geological Survey of Iran's Foreign Affairs in an interview with the GSI News Section said that it is supposed that during the future six months ...
A team of scientists at The Scripps Research Institute has identified a potential treatment strategy against metastatic cancer cells that has never been tried before.
A Boeing Co. Delta 2 rocket successfully launched a new U.S. Air Force Global Positioning Satellite into orbit from Florida on Saturday.
Geology Institute of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences /ANAS/ is making maps on the geological structure of the Central Eurasia and geo-ecology.
Three forges dating back to early Iron Age were discovered in the historical site of Qoli Darvish Hill, near central Iranian holy city of Qom, said head of an archaeology team Thursday.
Tremors measuring 4.2 degrees on the richter scale jolted Zarrin-Dasht in Fars province Saturday night.
Geology and Regional Mineral Exploration Northwestern Management (Tabriz branch) has discovered one of the big extinct travertine springs in Azarshahr areas east Azerbaijan ...
Mohammad Ali Haqiri a mine expert in Fars, informed about exploitation of more that 10 thousand ton Chromite from the mines of Niriz city and Kerman 8 Khorassan provinces worth $ 1 million.
A lava formation inside Mount St. Helens' crater has a new, glowing protrusion the size of a 30-story building.
All the scientific tools on NASA's two Mars Exploration Rovers are still working well, a full 10 months after Spirit's dramatic landing.
An international team of astronomers has produced the first ever image of an astronomical object using high energy gamma rays, helping to solve a 100 year old mystery - an origin of cosmic rays.
A team led by Jacques Laskar from the Institut de Mécanique Céleste et de Calcul des Ephémérides (IMCCE) and the Paris Observatory has released new computational results for the long-term evolution of the orbital and ...
An Open University research student will reveal her findings on what caused one of the world's 'Big Five' mass extinctions at the Geological Society of America's annual meeting in Denver, USA, this month.