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  • Scientists Develop Nano-Filter That Cleans Water 100 Times Faster

    Scientists Develop Nano-Filter That Cleans Water 100 Times Faster

    The new nano-filter removes oils and heavy metals including lead from water via an alloy that combines gallium-based liquid metals with aluminium.

  • Antarctica Warming Could Fuel Disastrous Sea-Level Rise, Study Finds

    Antarctica Warming Could Fuel Disastrous Sea-Level Rise, Study Finds

    Temperatures not much warmer than the planet is experiencing now were sufficient to melt a major part of the East Antarctic ice sheet in Earth's past, scientists reported Wednesday, including during one era about 125,000 years ago when sea levels were as much as 20 to 30 feet higher than they are now

  • 'Fat' Traces Confirm Weird Fossils Were Earliest Animals

    'Fat' Traces Confirm Weird Fossils Were Earliest Animals

    A strange fossil that looks a bit like a giant leaf, or a fingerprint the size of a coffee table, has intrigued scientists for decades.

  • Just 5 Months After Launch, This Telescope Discovers 2 New Planets

    Just 5 Months After Launch, This Telescope Discovers 2 New Planets

    A planet-hunting orbital telescope designed to detect worlds beyond our solar system discovered two distant planets this week five months after its launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, officials said on Thursday.

  • This Is What Happens To A Shy Octopus On Ecstasy

    This Is What Happens To A Shy Octopus On Ecstasy

    If you give an octopus MDMA, it will get touchy and want to mingle. What sounds like the premise of a children's book set at Burning Man is, in fact, the conclusion of a study published Thursday in the journal Current Biology. Neuroscientist Gul Dolen, who studies social behavior at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and octopus ex...

  • New 'Robotic Skins' Can Assist Astronauts in Mars Exploration

    New 'Robotic Skins' Can Assist Astronauts in Mars Exploration

    The robotic skins could be used for everything from search-and-rescue robots to animate the inanimate everyday objects to wearable technologies.

  • ESA's Gaia Detects Unexpected Disruption in Milky Way

    ESA's Gaia Detects Unexpected Disruption in Milky Way

    The Milky Way galaxy is still enduring the effects of a near collision that likely took place sometime in the past 300-900 million years.

  • NASA's Parker Solar Probe Sends Back First Images

    NASA's Parker Solar Probe Sends Back First Images

    NASA's Parker Solar Probe has beamed back the first-light data from each of its four instrument suites, the US space agency said.

  • Alibaba Developing Quantum Chips to Power Diverse Industries

    Alibaba Developing Quantum Chips to Power Diverse Industries

    Alibaba also announced setting up a chip subsidiary for customising AI chips and embedded processors to support its cloud and IoT businesses.

  • Removing "Zombie" Cells Deters Alzheimer's In Mice

    Removing "Zombie" Cells Deters Alzheimer's In Mice

    Eliminating dead-but-toxic cells occurring naturally in the brains of mice designed to mimic Alzheimer's slowed neuron damage and memory loss associated with the disease, according to a study published Wednesday that could open a new front in the fight against dementia.

  • NASA Launches New Website to Show Impact of Space Tech on Daily Life

    NASA Launches New Website to Show Impact of Space Tech on Daily Life

    The NASA Home and City website features about 130 spinoff technologies in a virtual space, allowing users to discover common items that NASA inspired or helped improve.

  • With Elon Musk's Moonshot, Nothing Is Guaranteed

    With Elon Musk's Moonshot, Nothing Is Guaranteed

    It's not certain that even after the best efforts of SpaceX that the massive 400-foot rocket Elon Musk imagines would get people to Mars and save the species should humanity face extinction will ever fly.

  • Air Pollution Linked To Higher Risk Of Dementia, Study Shows

    Air Pollution Linked To Higher Risk Of Dementia, Study Shows

    Urban air pollution, mostly from vehicles, is associated with an increased risk of dementia, according to research published Wednesday.

  • Aibo The Robot Dog Will Melt Your Heart With Mechanical Precision

    Aibo The Robot Dog Will Melt Your Heart With Mechanical Precision

    Aibo (pronounced "eye-bo") is a reboot of the robot dog Sony first introduced in 1999 and laid to rest in 2006 in a tragic round of corporate cost-cutting. This new litter goes on sale in the United States this week with much more lifelike movement, artificial intelligence and a cellular connection for a gobsmacking $2,900 each.

  • Diabetes: This 3-Ingredient Ayurvedic Mixture May Help Manage Blood Sugar Levels

    Diabetes: This 3-Ingredient Ayurvedic Mixture May Help Manage Blood Sugar Levels

    According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), diabetes is a growing challenge in India with estimated 8.7 percent diabetic population in the age group of 20 and 70 years. Ayurveda, the ancient science, defines diabetes as a metabolic kapha type of disorder

'Science' - 498 Video Result(s)

'Science' - 1000 News Result(s)

  • Scientists Develop Nano-Filter That Cleans Water 100 Times Faster

    Scientists Develop Nano-Filter That Cleans Water 100 Times Faster

    The new nano-filter removes oils and heavy metals including lead from water via an alloy that combines gallium-based liquid metals with aluminium.

  • Antarctica Warming Could Fuel Disastrous Sea-Level Rise, Study Finds

    Antarctica Warming Could Fuel Disastrous Sea-Level Rise, Study Finds

    Temperatures not much warmer than the planet is experiencing now were sufficient to melt a major part of the East Antarctic ice sheet in Earth's past, scientists reported Wednesday, including during one era about 125,000 years ago when sea levels were as much as 20 to 30 feet higher than they are now

  • 'Fat' Traces Confirm Weird Fossils Were Earliest Animals

    'Fat' Traces Confirm Weird Fossils Were Earliest Animals

    A strange fossil that looks a bit like a giant leaf, or a fingerprint the size of a coffee table, has intrigued scientists for decades.

  • Just 5 Months After Launch, This Telescope Discovers 2 New Planets

    Just 5 Months After Launch, This Telescope Discovers 2 New Planets

    A planet-hunting orbital telescope designed to detect worlds beyond our solar system discovered two distant planets this week five months after its launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, officials said on Thursday.

  • This Is What Happens To A Shy Octopus On Ecstasy

    This Is What Happens To A Shy Octopus On Ecstasy

    If you give an octopus MDMA, it will get touchy and want to mingle. What sounds like the premise of a children's book set at Burning Man is, in fact, the conclusion of a study published Thursday in the journal Current Biology. Neuroscientist Gul Dolen, who studies social behavior at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and octopus ex...

  • New 'Robotic Skins' Can Assist Astronauts in Mars Exploration

    New 'Robotic Skins' Can Assist Astronauts in Mars Exploration

    The robotic skins could be used for everything from search-and-rescue robots to animate the inanimate everyday objects to wearable technologies.

  • ESA's Gaia Detects Unexpected Disruption in Milky Way

    ESA's Gaia Detects Unexpected Disruption in Milky Way

    The Milky Way galaxy is still enduring the effects of a near collision that likely took place sometime in the past 300-900 million years.

  • NASA's Parker Solar Probe Sends Back First Images

    NASA's Parker Solar Probe Sends Back First Images

    NASA's Parker Solar Probe has beamed back the first-light data from each of its four instrument suites, the US space agency said.

  • Alibaba Developing Quantum Chips to Power Diverse Industries

    Alibaba Developing Quantum Chips to Power Diverse Industries

    Alibaba also announced setting up a chip subsidiary for customising AI chips and embedded processors to support its cloud and IoT businesses.

  • Removing "Zombie" Cells Deters Alzheimer's In Mice

    Removing "Zombie" Cells Deters Alzheimer's In Mice

    Eliminating dead-but-toxic cells occurring naturally in the brains of mice designed to mimic Alzheimer's slowed neuron damage and memory loss associated with the disease, according to a study published Wednesday that could open a new front in the fight against dementia.

  • NASA Launches New Website to Show Impact of Space Tech on Daily Life

    NASA Launches New Website to Show Impact of Space Tech on Daily Life

    The NASA Home and City website features about 130 spinoff technologies in a virtual space, allowing users to discover common items that NASA inspired or helped improve.

  • With Elon Musk's Moonshot, Nothing Is Guaranteed

    With Elon Musk's Moonshot, Nothing Is Guaranteed

    It's not certain that even after the best efforts of SpaceX that the massive 400-foot rocket Elon Musk imagines would get people to Mars and save the species should humanity face extinction will ever fly.

  • Air Pollution Linked To Higher Risk Of Dementia, Study Shows

    Air Pollution Linked To Higher Risk Of Dementia, Study Shows

    Urban air pollution, mostly from vehicles, is associated with an increased risk of dementia, according to research published Wednesday.

  • Aibo The Robot Dog Will Melt Your Heart With Mechanical Precision

    Aibo The Robot Dog Will Melt Your Heart With Mechanical Precision

    Aibo (pronounced "eye-bo") is a reboot of the robot dog Sony first introduced in 1999 and laid to rest in 2006 in a tragic round of corporate cost-cutting. This new litter goes on sale in the United States this week with much more lifelike movement, artificial intelligence and a cellular connection for a gobsmacking $2,900 each.

  • Diabetes: This 3-Ingredient Ayurvedic Mixture May Help Manage Blood Sugar Levels

    Diabetes: This 3-Ingredient Ayurvedic Mixture May Help Manage Blood Sugar Levels

    According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), diabetes is a growing challenge in India with estimated 8.7 percent diabetic population in the age group of 20 and 70 years. Ayurveda, the ancient science, defines diabetes as a metabolic kapha type of disorder

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