Science and Innovation

Science and Innovation

Science and Innovation

All Earth imagery – consisting of more than 2.95 million individual scenes from a prolific Japanese remote sensing instrument operating aboard Nasa’s Terra spacecraft since late 1999 has ...
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Human skin may be the ultimate multitasker: It can sense pressure, feel temperature and detect humidity and motion – all at the same time. It’s no wonder, then, ...
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In a maiden attempt to decode the rotation of a massive exoplanet, astronomers using Hubble Space Telescope have measured the rotation rate of a cloudy “super-Jupiter” by observing ...
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Chinese scientists have developed a system to measure the leak rate for a vacuum environment which will be used in the third step of the country’s moon exploration ...
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Just sending more pollinators into action on small farms around the world could significantly boost crop yields, says a massive new study. Coaxing more bees, beetles and other ...
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The European Space Agency’s new boss elaborated Friday on his vision for a multinational research village on the Moon a leading contender for a project to succeed the ...
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With holiday shopping season in full swing, everyone’s looking for the perfect gift. For those who like to shop, there’s good news: Material things can bring happiness. In ...
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Nasa’s next nuclear-powered Mars rover, slated to launch in 2020, has started taking shape. The new vehicle wil be “smarter” than the previous one on many counts, according ...
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India successfully launched Monday its first high-tech telescopes into space to study the stars, as New Delhi seeks to take another major step in its ambitious and low-cost ...
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