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    The future of factories? Swarm of super-fast robotic ‘ANTS’ powered by magnets can independently climb walls and even build

The future of factories? Swarm of super-fast robotic ‘ANTS’ powered by magnets can independently climb walls and even build

If you think Terminator-style robots are what you should be worrying about, then you might want to think again. Researchers in the U.S. have recently created a swarm of powerful 2mm ants that can be individually controlled using a central computer. The army of 'robo-ants' are incredibly fast in comparison to their [...]

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    Now, oxygen injections to protect you from air pollution

Now, oxygen injections to protect you from air pollution

Drug injections are fine but oxygen injections? As the air pollution keeps getting worse, this is the future to protect yourself from airborne diseases. Scientists are now developing ways to administer oxygen intravenously through gas-filled microparticles. The injectable oxygen can save patients with low oxygen levels in blood or those who need [...]

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    NASA robotic spacecraft ends mission with crash into the moon

NASA robotic spacecraft ends mission with crash into the moon

A robotic US spacecraft ended a pioneering mission to map dust and gases around the moon with a planned, kamikaze crash into the lunar surface early on Friday, NASA officials said. The Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer, or LADEE, had been flying at increasingly lower altitudes to study how dust [...]

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Astronomers discover first planet that could support ALIEN LIFE

  Astronomers discover first planet that could support ALIEN LIFE

The discovery of a rocky planet which could contain liquid water could be a breakthrough in the search for extraterrestrial life. The planet, dubbed Kepler-186f, was discovered by Nasa's Kepler telescope [...]

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Cassini spacecraft may have documented birth of Saturn’s new moon

  Cassini spacecraft may have documented birth of Saturn’s new moon

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has documented the formation of a small icy object within the rings of Saturn, which could may be a new moon, and may also provide clues to [...]

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Burial ground found with human remains accidentally mummified

  Burial ground found with human remains accidentally mummified

Russian academics are working on unlocking the secrets of a mystery medieval civilization on the edge of the Siberian Arctic - which had links to Persia. A burial ground has been [...]

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Supernova that swept materials equivalent to about 45 times sun’s mass found

  Supernova that swept materials equivalent to about 45 times sun’s mass found

Researchers have identified a supernova remnant - known as G352.7-0.1 (or, G352 for short) – that has swept material, equivalent to about 45 times the mass of the Sun. Another atypical [...]

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Ancient papyrus that suggested Jesus was married ‘is not a forgery’

  Ancient papyrus that suggested Jesus was married ‘is not a forgery’

The scrap of papyrus claiming Jesus had a wife, which was dismissed by the Vatican as a modern forgery, has been authenticated as a genuine ancient document. Scientists from several prestigious [...]

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Experiment in South Dakota gold mine could help detect dark matter

Scientists suggest that an experiment located at the bottom of a gold mine in South Dakota, US, could offer the best chance yet of detecting dark matter. They believe that this [...]

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