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Billion-year-old water could hold clues to life on Earth and MarsMay 15, 2013
A team of researchers including McMaster’s Greg Slater discovered what may be some of the oldest pockets of water on the planet pouring out of boreholes in a mine nearly 2.5 km below the ground in Timmins, located in northern Ontario, Canada – and they may contain life. read more
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