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New Research Uncovers Ancient Martian Meteorite’s Shocking History

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The FINANCIAL — Planetary scientists from the University of Glasgow have lent their support to an important new study of a Martian meteorite.  The research, led by Curtin University in Australia, has found the first physical evidence of high-intensity damage caused by asteroid impact in ancient Martian meteorites, which could help identify when conditions suitable for life may have existed on early Mars.…

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New Research Uncovers Ancient Martian Meteorite’s Shocking History

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The FINANCIAL — Planetary scientists from the University of Glasgow have lent their support to an important new study of a Martian meteorite.  The research, led by Curtin University in Australia, has found the first physical evidence of high-intensity damage caused by asteroid impact in ancient Martian meteorites, which could help identify when conditions suitable…

Iron integral to the development of life on Earth – and the possibility of life on other planets

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The FINANCIAL — Researchers at the University of Oxford uncover the importance of iron for the development of complex life on Earth – which also may hint at the likelihood of complex life on other planets.…

Innovations to Solve the Planet’s Plastic Problem

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The FINANCIAL — From bacteria that eat disposable bottles, to edible plastics made from seaweed, the world’s scientists and innovators are reviewing our reliance on plastics.…

Global Business Leaders Support ESG Convergence by Committing to Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics

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The FINANCIAL-- According to Bank of America, 61 business leaders, including members of the World Economic Forum and its International Business Council (IBC), have committed to the core Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics released by the IBC. Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics offer a set of universal, comparable disclosures focused on people, planet, prosperity and governance that companies can report on,…

UAE successfully launched its first Mars mission

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The FINANCIAL — The United Arab Emirates launched its first mission to Mars. Spacecraft, called al-Amal or “Hope” was designed by the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre in the UAE. The Emirates Mars Mission will be the first probe to provide a complete picture of the Martian atmosphere. The U.S. and China are also launching their own Mars missions…