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BRUSSELS - NATO plans to spend 3 billion euros ($3.24 billion) to upgrade its satellite and computer technology over the next three years as the Western military alliance adapts to new threats, a senior official said. Seeking to deter hackers, and other threats including Iranian missiles, the investments underscore NATO's recognition that conflicts are increasingly fought on computer networks as well as in the air, on land and at sea. A senior official at the NATO Communications and…
05.29 / 21:33
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Washington: NASA scientists are building technology to help drones land safely in case these unmanned aircraft systems suddenly develop mechanical problems. A crash-landing software for drones developed by Patricia Glaab, an aerospace technologist at NASA Langley Research Center, and her fellow NASA colleague and husband, Lou Glaab, could help drones automatically spot the best places…
05.29 / 15:36
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Washington: Japanese researchers have developed a highly efficient catalyst for breaking resistant chemical bonds, paving the way for easier recycling of plastic waste. According to the study, organometallic ruthenium catalysts may break down even the toughest amide bonds effectively under mild conditions. Catalysts are widely used in chemistry to help speed up reactions, but breaking…
05.29 / 15:36
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Washington: NASA is expected to announce new details on its first mission to fly directly into our sun’s atmosphere on May 31. The mission, Solar Probe Plus, is scheduled to launch in the summer of 2018. Jonathan Lunine, the director of the Center for Astrophysics and Planetary Science at Cornell University, expects we’ll see incredible…
05.29 / 15:36
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Large volcanic eruption may have caused the first mass extinction, according to a study of the levels of mercury in sedimentary…
05.29 / 11:43
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A new species of fungus gnat in Indian amber closely resembles its fossil relatives from Europe, disproving the concept of a strongly isolated Indian…
05.29 / 11:43
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Diverse populations make rational collective decisions, according to an experiment with…
05.29 / 11:43
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Snapchat introduced custom stories on Tuesday, the feature allows users to create stories for select friends and family members or for contacts in a specific location. “Today we’re announcing a new way to create custom Stories – about anything, with any of your friends, even for a specific location,” Snapchat announced on their website. Users [...] The post Snapchat rolls out new custom stories feature appeared first on PKKH.tv…
05.29 / 10:42
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In the Neotropics, frogs with transparent skin are known and now researchers have discovered new species from Amazonian Ecuador, that fully expose its heart with the transparent skin all over its chest and tummy. The new amphibian is described by a team of scientists led by Dr. Juan M. Guayasamin, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, ... The post Transparent Skinned New Species of Frog From Neotropics Carries its Heart on its Skin appeared first on Microfinance…
05.29 / 10:23
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 Hoa Lac High-tech Park (HHTP)’s management board has sent a report to the Ministry of Planning and Investment requesting nearly VND8.3 trillion (US$364 million) for land clearance and infrastructure c…
05.29 / 09:37
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 Microsoft Vietnam has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Khanh Hoa Provincial People’s Committee to develop the south-central beach city of Nha Trang into a smart city with a particular focus on t…
05.29 / 09:37
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Scientists have discovered that almost every galaxy has a supermassive black hole with a mass several million to several billion times that of the Sun at its centre. The post Chinese space telescope to observe ‘big eaters’ appeared first on The Financial …
05.29 / 06:38
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Adoptive cell transfer consists in treating the patient using his or her own cells, which are harvested, treated, then re-injected in order to exert their action on an organ. The post Cell therapy may save diabetics from amputation by healing wounds appeared first on The Financial …
05.29 / 06:38
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NASA scientists are building technology to help drones land safely in case these unmanned aircraft systems suddenly develop mechanical problems. The post New NASA technology could help drones make safe emergency landing appeared first on The Financial …
05.29 / 06:38
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Japanese researchers have developed a highly efficient catalyst for breaking resistant chemical bonds, paving the way for easier recycling of. The post Researchers break down under mild conditions appeared first on The Financial …
05.29 / 03:07
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A vaccine for preventing A/H5N1 avian influenza, a vaccine for preventing respiratory and reproductive disorders in pigs, and successful research on robots are three of many achievements gained by national science & technology…
05.29 / 01:31
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VietNamNet Bridge - When a smartphone falls into the hand of uninformed person, it may become an instrument to commit…
05.29 / 01:31
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An amazing newly-born baby girl started walking the moment he was off the nurse’s arm surprising the medical staff and a video of the feat started going viral on the Internet. The baby was holding the nurse’s arm and started moving around on its feet as if it was taught while in the womb. Usually ... The post Newly Born Baby Girl Starts Walking Immediately; Video Goes Viral, Social Media Stunned appeared first on Microfinance…
05.28 / 18:31
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  Juno made its first scientific close-up, known as a ‘perijove’, on 27 August last year, spanning a few hours, when the spacecraft flew from the north pole to the south pole, dipping within 4000 km of the equatorial clouds and beneath Jupiter’s most intense and damaging radiation belts. The Juno team on Earth organized ... The post First Juno Study Results Confirm Forecast Made on Jupiter’s Harsh Environment appeared first on Microfinance…
05.28 / 17:58
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New York: Climate change that leads to warmer than normal nights can do major harm to human sleep, researchers say. The findings showed that abnormal increases in night temperature by 1 degree Celsius can translate to three nights of insufficient sleep per 100 individuals per month in the US. If climate change is not addressed,…
05.28 / 15:37
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