GALACTIC MISSING LINK: Astronomers have captured the rare merger of two ancient galaxies crashing into each other, igniting the birth of more than 2000 stars a year.
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The real-life tricorder: Scientists create device that can measure all of the vital signs in just TEN seconds
The Â£100 Scanadu Scout can measure heart rate, temperature, blood pressure, blood oxygen levels, respiratory rate, ECG and emotional stress.
1 hours ago from Daily Mail
The vast tornado that struck an Oklahoma suburb on Monday afternoon dwarfed even the Hiroshima atomic bomb in its destructive power, according to scientists.
16 hours ago from The Independent
(Phys.org) —The idea of living with 3-D printed food is neither unthinkable nor new; designers and futurists have been looking to 3-D printing as food's next frontier. In 2012, there was news ...
16 hours ago from Phys.org
For years, Portland has ranked as one of America's greenest cities. While its eco-minded culture has been famously lampooned in Portlandia, the city's environmentally friendly reputation is ...
Wed 22 May 13 from Discover Magazine
Space engineers in Ecuador are trying to establish if the country's only satellite has been destroyed in a crash with space debris.
3 hours ago from BBC News
When a solar flare filled with charged particles erupts from the sun, its magnetic fields sometime break a widely accepted rule of physics. The flux-freezing theorem dictates that the magnetic ...
16 hours ago from Phys.org
Abrupt climate change in Africa helped trigger technological and cultural advances in early modern humans, according to new research.
19 hours ago from BBC News
Northrop Grumman's MQ-4C Triton unmanned aircraft is one step closer to serving the Navy in reconnaissance and surveillance missions, having just completed its first flight. The drone spent ...
10 hours ago from Engadget
A climber from Bangladesh and another from South Korea have died on Mount Everest as hundreds flock to the world's highest peak during good weather, Nepalese tourism officials said Tuesday.
Tue 21 May 13 from Phys.org
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