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The ‘Earth next door’ may have a breathable atmosphere – and we could find out in 2 years

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The ‘Earth next door’ may have a breathable atmosphere – and we could find out in 2 years The funny thing about the discovery of Proxima b – the closest planet to our Solar System, which is also rocky, Earth-sized, and potentially habitable – is that nobody has actually seen it. Astronomers know it exists because they have seen its …

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How NASA Is Making ‘Star Trek’ Tech a Reality

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How NASA Is Making ‘Star Trek’ Tech a Reality Another Mission Into Space… “Star Trek” technologies are starting to become a reality in our everyday lives; just ask anyone who owns a cellphone or tries a virtual reality headset. But how real are these “Star Trek” technologies in space today, 50 years after the iconic science fiction series’ TV debut? …

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Artificial Intelligence, And The Future It Holds

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Artificial Intelligence, And The Future It Holds 1997: World chess champion Gary Kasparov is defeated in a rematch by Deep Blue. 2011: Jeopardy! game show veterans Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter gets mowed down by Watson. 2016: AlphaGo wins four out of five matches with world Go champion Lee Sedol. What does Deep Blue, Watson, and AlphaGo have in common? …

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Bio Engineered Body Parts Exist Today!

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… And You Thought This Was Just Another Fantasy? Think Again! The successful operation by a group of Doctors from Duke University happened on June 6. They implanted the first bio-engineered blood vessel into a live patient. The procedure constitutes the first of synthetically bio-engineered body part implant of its kind.

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See What You Are Made of…

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We No Longer Have To Wait For The Future, We Can Do This Today. DNA Was Photographed for the first time using an electron microscope, Enzo di Fabrizio and his team at the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa snapped the first photos of the famous double helix […]