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Scientists Accidentally Discover World's Smallest and Oldest Eyeball
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, science, discovery, eyesight, bacteria )

Louise
- 9 hours ago - telegraph.co.uk
Biologists from Queen Mary University of London admit their find seemed really, really obvious afterwards. Tiny bacterium can sense light and move towards it, but it previously remained unknown as to why this is.
Putting PlutoâEUR(TM)s Geology on the Map
Science & Tech  (tags: nasa, research, science, study, astronomy, Pluto, Sputnik Planum )

Louise
- 9 hours ago - pluto.jhuapl.edu
Images from NASAâEUR(TM)s New Horizons mission are showing that the surface of Pluto possesses an astonishing and unexpected geological diversity. To help make sense of this complexity of PlutoâEUR(TM)s surface has formed and evolved over time.
Growing Human Organs in Pigs and Sheep Takes a Step Closer: New Guidelines Will Allow Research on Human-Animal Hybrids Read Mor
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, health, humans, medicine, performance, research, science, scientists )

Rosemary
- 1 day ago - dailymail.co.uk
Hopes that personalised human organs could be grown in farm animals have taken a step forward after the British government published its first guidelines for such research. The guidance is aimed at providing a framework for regulating the emerging tech
Intelligent Socks Paired With Smartphones Can Save Diabetics Feet
Science & Tech  (tags: socks, cells, smartphones, diabetes, concept, design, research, science, technology )

Gemma
- 1 day ago - nocamels.com
Roughly 130 million diabetics around the globe suffer from diabetic neuropathy, a type of nerve damage associated with the development of foot ulcers in patients with diabetes.
Einstein Was Right: Scientists Finally Detect Gravitational Waves in Breakthrough
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, gravity waves, interesting, LIGO, news, science, space, universe )

Kayleen
- 2 days ago - cbsnews.com
Scientists detected gravitational waves--tiny ripples in the fabric of space-time generated by two massive black holes crashing together in a space-warping cataclysm. Logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Petition Seeks Ban on Trade in Fake Rhino Horn
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, alternatives, Bioengineering, criminals, humans, illegal products, NGO Petition, NewTechnology, rhino horns, science, wild animals, synthetic or farmed alternatives, trafficking )

Rosemary
- 2 days ago - news.nationalgeographic.com
Trade in bioengineered rhino horn shouldnâEUR(TM)t be allowed. That's the contention behind a petition filed today with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by the Center for Biological Diversity, a U.S.-based group that uses science and law to protect
Breakthrough Discovery After Two Centuries of Speculation
Science & Tech  (tags: Gravitational waves, major breakthrough, science, Albert Einstein )

Unpacking
- 2 days ago - theguardian.com
Scientists announce discovery of clear gravitational wave signal, ripples in spacetime first predicted by Albert Einstein. The observation signals the opening of a new window on to the universe.
GRAVITY WAVES FOUND!!!
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, news, science, technology, space, Cosmology, Einstein )

Mitchell
- 2 days ago - msn.com
Einstein was right...yet again! The NSF held a press conference this morning, at which it was announced that LIGO detected gravity waves, on Sep't 14, 2015.
Asteroid To Flyby Earth On March 5 At An Unnervingly Close Distance
Science & Tech  (tags: Chelyabinsk meteor, science, nasa, asteroid, NEO, space, astronomy, discovery, research, investigation )

Michael
- 4 days ago - iflscience.com
Hard hats at the ready - because an asteroid is going to fly past Earth on March 5, 2016, and while there's essentially no chance of it hitting us, it will come remarkably close to our planet.
How Marie Curie Helped Save a Million Soldiers During World War I
Science & Tech  (tags: science, scientists, NewTechnology, Marie Curie, medicine, x-ray, World War I )

Michael
- 5 days ago - theinstitute.ieee.org
The radiology pioneer developed and operated mobile X-ray units to treat the injured
How to Make Filthy Water Drinkable
World  (tags: science, news, discovery, children, Water, Ted, Talk, humans, ethics, pollution, protection, nature, wildlife, AnimalWelfare, protection, habitat, suffering )

Mari
- 5 days ago - ted.com
TED Talk Filmed July 2009 at TEDGlobal 2009 Michael Pritchard: How to make filthy water drinkable
40 Years of Science: Organic Ag Key to Feeding the World
Green Lifestyle  (tags: organic farming, sustainable farming, science, food waste, food distribution, meta-analysis )

Judy
- 9 days ago - news.wsu.edu
Washington State University researchers have concluded that feeding a growing global population with sustainability goals in mind is possible. Their review of hundreds of published studies provides evidence...
Boyan Slat's High School Project Raises Millions to Clean Up World's Oceans!
Science & Tech  (tags: Boyan Slat, 2016, Theory, Oceans, Plastic, Clean, science, NewTechnology, discovery, news, habitat, health, history, AnimalWelfare, animalrights, conservation, ethics, protection, goodnews )

Mari
- 9 days ago - smh.com.au
CAN THIS DEVICE SAVE OUR OCEANS? What began as a Dutch teen's high school project could make history, with Boyan Slat's low-cost, innovative Ocean Cleanup project aiming to clear the ocean of millions of tons of plastic.
The 40,000-Mile Volcano
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, habitat, underthesea, interesting, research, world, science )

Beryl
- 14 days ago - nytimes.com
Picture a volcano. Now imagine that its main vent extends in a line. Now imagine that this line is so long that it runs for more than 40,000 miles through the dark recesses of all the worldâEUR(TM)s oceans, girding the globe like the seams of a baseball.
Smith Cloud Will Smash Into the Milky Way Galaxy in 30M Years
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, astronomy, space, science, nasa, Milky Way )

Michael
- 15 days ago - cbc.ca
A giant, invisible gas cloud is hurtling toward our galaxy at over one million kilometres per hour and when it collides it will unleash an explosion of star formation. Luckily, that collision won't happen for about 30 million years.
 

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