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In Scotland, a photon detector is developed that sees a person through
Jan 6, 2018 Ξ Leave a comment

In Scotland, a photon detector is developed that sees a person through

posted by Neval

Scientists at the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) have developed a photonic camera capable of radiating a human body, like an x-ray. One of its main purposes is to help with endoscopy.  Full Article »

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Steampunk-style rover and origami probe are sent to conquer Venus
Jan 5, 2018 Ξ Leave a comment

Steampunk-style rover and origami probe are sent to conquer Venus

posted by Neval

The NASA Agency has uncovered several new conceptual probes that may one day go to explore Venus and other planets of our solar system. Many of these concepts use very unusual  Full Article »

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The new highest mountain of the British Overseas Territories is named
Jan 1, 2018 Ξ Leave a comment

The new highest mountain of the British Overseas Territories is named

posted by Neval

Mount Hope, located in the British Antarctic Territory, was the highest point in the British Overseas Territories. New measurements showed that Hope rises above sea level by 3,239 meters, half a  Full Article »

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German company Lilium Aviation plans to launch a flying taxi by 2025
Dec 29, 2017 Ξ Leave a comment

German company Lilium Aviation plans to launch a flying taxi by 2025

posted by Neval

German company Lilium Aviation has presented a novelty – a double aircraft Lilium Jet with vertical take-off and landing. It is equipped with 36 electric motors mounted on the wings. It  Full Article »

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A comical study showed why men are more likely to suffer a cold
Dec 12, 2017 Ξ Leave a comment

A comical study showed why men are more likely to suffer a cold

posted by Neval

Canadian family doctor Kyle Sue analyzed over 30 articles from scientific journals to find the answer to the question: is it true that men suffer a cold more heavily than  Full Article »

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Chilled molecules can store up to 25 TB of data in a coin-sized drive
Dec 5, 2017 Ξ Leave a comment

Chilled molecules can store up to 25 TB of data in a coin-sized drive

posted by Neval

A team of scientists at Manchester University has made a real breakthrough in the field of data storage: now, chilled molecules can be used as storage devices. As you know,  Full Article »

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