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Cooprinsem and Agrosat Launch New Satellite to Analyze the Fertility of Soil

3 months ago

Cooprinsem, an agricultural co-op based in Chile has deployed a new satellite technology in partnership with technology services provider, Agrosat. The new satellite will be

The French-Led ExTrA Project to Hunt for New Exoplanets

4 months ago

A new exoplanet-hunter takes the form of three new telescopes at the La Silla Observatory in northern Chile. Known as the French-led ExTrA (Exoplanets in

Do you have an idea that could transform the future of space transportation? The ESA Wants to Hear it

4 months ago

Do you have an idea that could transform the future of space transportation? Whether it’s to space, in space or returning from space? If so,

A New Approach to Invisibility Cloaking

5 months ago

Researchers from Montreal’s National Institute of Scientific Research (INRS) just published a study in Optica describing a new approach to invisibility cloaking. Their device, known

New Discovery Ushers in a New Era of Neutrino Research

5 months ago

Deep below the surface of Antarctica, researchers are seeking tiny particles known as “neutrinos.” These particles fill the universe, but they’re almost impossible to find.

Two New Exoplanets Look Promising for Hosting Life

5 months ago

Experts have found that two exoplanets in the habitable zones of their stars most likely have stable climates and regular seasons. Plus, astronomers think that

MIT Invents New Wetsuit Technology for Navy Seals

5 months ago

The Navy SEALs are now a little more like real seals in that their new gear has been inspired by the animal so that the

A New Algorithm Could Help Conserve WildLife

5 months ago

Ecologists and wildlife experts hold a treasure trove of data but most of it has been unexamined. Although they’re collecting a ton of information about

Banksy Most Likely Behind Seven New Murals in Paris

5 months ago

Paris is now home to seven, new provocative pieces of street art, in what experts believe is a spree by the mysterious British artist Banksy,

New E-dermis Allows Amputees to Feel Sensations Like Pain Again

5 months ago

Although today’s prosthetics can be controlled with our minds, predict movement, and fit perfectly thanks to 3D printing there is always room for improvement. For

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