0939 GMT June 23, 2018
NASA, federal agencies aim to be better prepared for near-Earth objects
The federal government wants to be better prepared for a possible asteroid impact.
Crumple up this keyboard and stick it in pocket
Bendable portable keyboards for use with computers and other electronic devices are already on the market, but they have limited flexibility, and they're fairly sizable when rolled up for transport.
Printing microelectrode array sensors on gummi candy
Microelectrodes can be used for direct measurement of electrical signals in the brain or heart. These applications require soft materials, however.
Tiny X-ray beam reveals hidden photographs from the 19th century
Scientists have successfully recovered images from some of the earliest daguerreotypes, the silver plates used for one of the earliest forms of photography.
Why does India's air look different from space?
There is something very distinct about the air over India and the surrounding countries in South Asia.
Lab-grown livestock feed may ease climatic effects of feed production
Can cows subsist on space food? Scientists want to limit the environmental impacts of livestock feed crop cultivation. New research suggested nutritional livestock feed can be grown in the laboratory.
NASA study solves Greenland glacier mystery
In northwest Greenland, a pair of glaciers, Tracy and Heilprin, flow side-by-side into Inglefield Gulf, and yet, they're melting at dramatically different rates.
Iran’s int’l ranking in science production rises
Iran’s international ranking in science production has risen from 34 to 16, the Vice President for Technology Sorena Sattari said at the second Iran-Europe cooperation conference in Brussels.
MPs to examine environmental footprint of UK fashion industry
MPs are to investigate the environmental impact of throwaway ‘fast fashion’ in the UK amid growing concerns that the multi-billion pound industry is wasting valuable resources and contributing to climate change.
Fossil reveals new species of ancient marine lizard
Scientists have identified a new species of ancient marine lizard that lived 75 million years ago.
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