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Sep 22, 2020

After an 80-Year Quest, Scientists Have Almost Certainly Discovered Metallic Hydrogen

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Newly published results offer compelling evidence that hydrogen is a metal at extremely high pressures. But is the research enough to convince the field at large that metallic hydrogen exists?

Sep 22, 2020

Delfast Prime 2.0 – The longest range eBike can be your new daily ride

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This eBike has the longest range ever — 245 miles on one charge.


Delfast Prime 2.0 eBike has the longest range ever – 245 miles on one charge. Version 2 of a legendary model with the Guinness World Record.

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Sep 20, 2020

Student makes canoe from fungus which grows mushrooms when it’s used

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A Nebraska student has grown her own canoe using fungus — and it sprouts new mushrooms every time she takes it out on the water.

Katy Ayers, 28, created the 8ft-long boat from fibrous mushroom roots, otherwise known as mycelium.

The roots are usually found beneath soil and known for their dense, buoyant and waterproof properties, The Times reported.

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Sep 18, 2020

Three-dimensional imaging through scattering media based on confocal diffuse tomography

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Techniques for imaging through scattering media are generally invasive, operate at microscopic scales or require a priori information. Here, the authors overcome these limitations by introducing confocal diffuse tomography, which captures the 3D shape of objects hidden behind scattering media.

Sep 18, 2020

Scientists find ‘secret molecule’ that allows bacteria to exhale electricity

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The soil bacteria breathe through ‘giant snorkels’ made of a special conductive protein, the researchers found.

Sep 18, 2020

Gravity Assist: Is Artifical Intelligence the Future of Life?

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Has science fiction shaped our thoughts about space? In a new episode of our #GravityAssist podcast, astrobiologist Susan Schneider shares her theories on what life might be like in the future.

🎧 Listen: https://go.nasa.gov/3mfxZE4

Sep 16, 2020

LifeStraw Water Filter Is Put to the Test on Sewage, Urinal Water, and Vomit

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Vat19 puts the life-saving LifeStraw water filter to the test by trying it out in sewage, urinal water, water from the Mississippi River, and even some liquid vomit. The video, naturally, comes with a warning for the weak of stomach.

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Sep 16, 2020

Akira-Like Electric Superbike Concept Provides Glimpse Into the Future

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The ‘Mimic’ concept by Russian designer Roman Dolzhenko, looks like a Tron and Akira-inspired superbike of the future.

Sep 15, 2020

Tactical Airborne Laser Weapon System (TALWS)

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How can combat pilots protect warfighters in the air and on the ground at the speed of light? We’re developing laser pod technology now to be ready for action when the warfighter calls. The future is almost here.

Learn more about TALWS: https://lmt.co/3hry0kJ

Sep 15, 2020

New Windows exploit lets you instantly become admin. Have you patched?

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Zerologon lets anyone with a network toehold obtain domain-controller password.

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