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Below are selected scientific achievements from the public press all over the world:

Elon Musk to outline 'Hyperloop' idea

August 12, 2013

US entrepreneur Elon Musk is expected to give more details later of his supersonic "Hyperloop" concept to link Los Angeles and San Francisco.

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Decoding the secrets of dolphins’ language

August 9, 2013

Denise Herzing has spent the last 25 years trying to learn the “language” of dolphins. Here she explains the challenges facing those trying to crack the code.

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Chernobyl's legacy recorded in trees

August 9, 2013

Exposure to radiation from the 1986 Chernobyl accident had a lasting negative legacy on the area's trees, a study has suggested. Researchers said the worst effects were recorded in the "first few years" but surviving trees were left vulnerable to environmental stress, such as drought.

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Ukrainians have developed a flash to illuminate pictures for iPhone

July 31, 2013

On the platform of social investments Kickstarter started fundraising to produce powerful portable LED-flash called iblazr. The device provides high-quality images for iOS - and Android-devices in low light conditions.

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How Jon Oringer became Silicon Alley's first billionaire

August 11, 2013

Jon Oringer, 39, founded 10 companies before he hit on the idea for Shutterstock, the successful stock-photo website that has made him Silicon Alley's first billionaire.

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The teenage scientist revolutionising cancer detection

August 9, 2013

Pancreatic cancer 's high death rate is partly blamed on the difficulty of early detection. Teenage scientist Jack Andraka has come up with a cheap and simple way to test for it.

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Ukrainian scientists have found amphorae at the ancient sunken ship in the Crimea

July 31, 2013

In the Crimea from the sunken ship raised amphorae, which three thousand let.Ostanki of sailboat scientists have found in the past year on Kinoburnskoy Spit.

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Milestone Claimed in Creating Fuel From Waste

July 31, 2013

WASHINGTON — After months of frustrating delays, a chemical company announced Wednesday that it had produced commercial quantities of ethanol from wood waste and other nonfood vegetative matter, a long-sought goal that, if it can be expanded economically, has major implications for providing vehicle fuel and limiting greenhouse gas emissions.

The company, INEOS Bio, a subsidiary of the European oil and chemical company INEOS, said it had produced the fuel at its $130 million Indian River BioEnergy Center in Vero Beach, Fla., which it had hoped to open by the end of last year. The company said it was the first commercial-scale production of ethanol from cellulosic feedstock, but it did not say how much it had produced. Shipments will begin in August, the company said.

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