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The ESA/Roscosmos Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) is mere weeks away from commencing its atmospheric search for evidence of recent geological activity, and possibly life on everyone's favorite Red Planet. The TGO forms one part of the ExoMars program – a joint European and Russian endeavour with the overarching goal of improving humankind's understanding of the Martian environment, and demonstrating
Last year, a study published in the journal Nature Methods caused controversy in the scientific community after claiming to find over 100 unintended large genetic deletions or insertions related to the CRISPR gene-editing process. Now the journal has officially retracted the paper after a thorough review found the main claims in the study were not sufficiently backed up by data...Continue Rea
2017 was a spectacular year in almost every facet of the auction industry specialising in historically significant and storied objects. The world's most valuable painting, gemstone, earrings, wristwatch, manuscript and religious document all changed hands, but as usual, scant regard was paid to the landmark scientific texts which underpin mankind's understanding of the world. ..Continue Readi
2017 was a busy year for science. From the bottom of the world to the bottom of the sea, new discoveries popped up all over the place. Researchers got new tools, doctors got new medicines, and tables were laid with new foods. Meanwhile, the ultimate shut-ins got their first glimmer of freedom and we learned who really will inherit the Earth. So let's look back at the highlights of this year i
atelier 360's alizé buoy is designed to simplify the assembly and reduce the zones of attachment, crossed from top to bottom by a structural mast.The post atelier 360 designs a nortekmed oceanographic buoy to analyze for scientific research appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Are your selfies the best that they can be? Unless you've done a lot of research into what makes a great selfie, they probably aren't. Fortunately enough, however, computer scientists at Canada's University of Waterloo have done that research – and they've used it to create an app that guides users in taking the best selfies possible...Continue Reading Scientific selfie-taking app could get y


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