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Birth of a new moon! Saturn's icy satellite 'Peggy' could reveal how planets and their satellites formed

Birth of a new moon! Saturn's icy satellite 'Peggy' could reveal how planets and their...

The baby moon, which is around half a mile (0.8 km) in diameter, sits on the very edge of Saturn's A ring - the outermost of the planet's large, bright rings.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Glow-in-the-dark paint replaces 'cat's eyes' and could be used to build INTERACTIVE roads

Glow-in-the-dark paint replaces 'cat's eyes' and could be used to build INTERACTIVE roads

A Dutch company has begun testing their glow-in-the-dark technology that use 'photo-luminising' powder to light up roads.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


'Like a live version of Google Earth': the surveillance system ALREADY flying above America's cities that can constantly look for crime

'Like a live version of Google Earth': the surveillance system ALREADY flying above America's...

Called Hawkeye, it uses high definition cameras on a plane to capture a 25-square-mile patch of Earth constantly for up to six hours.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


The flesh eating bacteria that evolved in just 35 YEARS

The flesh eating bacteria that evolved in just 35 YEARS

Texas researchers say the bacteria known as Group A Streptococcus underwent four major genetic changes as it transformed into the bug that causes the killer disease necrotizing fasciitis.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Google set to give Android a flat makeover similar to Apples iOS

Google set to give Android a flat makeover similar to Apples iOS

The screenshots show newly redesigned icons in a version of Android called Moonshine - with a 'flat' appearance similar to Apple's iOS 7 redesign.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)

SpaceX launch scrubbed for technical issue

Unmanned cargo ship has to postpone mission to carry supplies to the International Space Station

cbsnews.com (9 days ago)


How being lucky could get you off the hook: Researchers find people far more sympathetic to criminals they feel are lucky

How being lucky could get you off the hook: Researchers find people far more sympathetic to...

Texas researchers discovered people who acts immorally or recklessly but are 'lucky' by escaping dire consequences are judged less harshly than an 'unlucky' person, even when both have committed the same act.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


JET THRUSTERS help British snowboarder Jamie Barrow set world record

JET THRUSTERS help British snowboarder Jamie Barrow set world record

Bath University graduate, Jamie Barrow, was able to reach 50.1mph (80.63 kph) on a flat stretch in Switzerland using only electric thrusters to propel him.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Google patents smart contact lens system with a CAMERA built in

Google patents smart contact lens system with a CAMERA built in

The patent is believed to reveal Google's plan to shrink its controversial wearable computer to fit on a contact lens.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Google takes to the air and pips Facebook to the post in battle for drone firm

Google takes to the air and pips Facebook to the post in battle for drone firm

Facebook had been expected to acquire New Mexico firm Titan Aerospace - but today Google revealed it had pipped them to the post.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Are we over the hill at 24? Study finds cognitive decline begins far earlier than thought

Are we over the hill at 24? Study finds cognitive decline begins far earlier than thought

Canadian researchers found players of the computer game Starcraft reached their peak in terms of cognitive motor performance at 24.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Get ready for the 'blood moons': Rare alignments of Mars, Earth and the sun 'associated with major religious events' begin this week

Get ready for the 'blood moons': Rare alignments of Mars, Earth and the sun 'associated with...

The first of four total lunar eclipses tonight will turn the moon a burnt reddish orange.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Rome wasn't built in a day - in fact it took 200 YEARS longer than first thought! City may have been built in 9th century BC

Rome wasn't built in a day - in fact it took 200 YEARS longer than first thought! City may have...

The archaeologist responsible for Rome’s Forum, (pictured) discovered a wall near the Capitoline Hill that predates the founding date of the ancient city.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Geologists blast UN concerns over safety of carbon capture and storage

Geologists blast UN concerns over safety of carbon capture and storage

The IPCC report yesterday highlighted a number of barriers to using CSS, including fatal CO2 leaks, transport issues and operational risks, such as seismic tremors.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Scientists estimate that British canines create 1,000 tonnes of waste a day and it is becoming a problem

Scientists estimate that British canines create 1,000 tonnes of waste a day and it is becoming a...

New research looked into how likely people were to pick up their dog's poo. The study was carried out by the University of Central Lancashire.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Artificial blood to be tested on humans - and could be used in transfusions by 2035

Artificial blood to be tested on humans - and could be used in transfusions by 2035

A team at the University of Edinburgh is undertaking a £5 million project. The research has been looking at making red blood cells from stem cells.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Infographic explains chemistry of odours - flatulence and cheesy feet

Infographic explains chemistry of odours - flatulence and cheesy feet

EXCLUSIVE: A British graduate chemist and secondary school teacher has created an infographic to pinpoint the compounds and the particular smells they create.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)


Fracking and nuclear power can help to slow global warming admit UN scientists

Fracking and nuclear power can help to slow global warming admit UN scientists

The world’s leading experts on climate change say fracking will cut greenhouse gas emissions and should be made central to the country’s energy production.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)

Was the Gospel of St Luke 'written' by MARY, Jesus' mother?

Was the Gospel of St Luke 'written' by MARY, Jesus' mother?

Dr Adam Bradford, who also works as a GP in London, says that key information about Jesus' birth and childhood in the Gospel of Luke could only have come from Mary.

dailymail.co.uk (9 days ago)

Into the ABYSS: Mission to explore the fifth deepest ocean trench on Earth begins

Into the ABYSS: Mission to explore the fifth deepest ocean trench on Earth begins

A 40-day expedition to the Kermadec Trench near New Zealand has begun. The trench is one of the coldest on Earth.

dailymail.co.uk (10 days ago)

Fracking can help to slow global warming admit UN scientists... and so can nuclear power

Fracking can help to slow global warming admit UN scientists... and so can nuclear power

The world’s leading experts on climate change say fracking will cut greenhouse gas emissions and should be made central to the country’s energy production.

dailymail.co.uk (10 days ago)

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