0512 GMT June 24 2017
Scientists image molecular machinery never before seen in bacteria
Scientists have discovered several never before identified bacterial structures — pieces of molecular machinery.
Bloodhound supersonic car set for October trials
The Bloodhound supersonic car will run for the first time on October 26.
Study reveals global hotspots of established alien species
Hotspots of established alien plant and animal species were found mainly in island and coastal mainland regions, according to a study released by the Durham University.
Lab on a chip could monitor health, germs, pollutants
Imagine wearing a device that continuously analyzes your sweat or blood for different types of biomarkers, such as proteins that show you may have breast cancer or lung cancer.
Future will be rainier than expected
In a new study, NASA scientists argue the latest predictive climate models underestimate future levels of precipitation in the tropics.
Hand-washing is like hitting a reset button in the brain
Hand-washing has surprising effects on the human brain. According to a series of experiments conducted by researchers at the University of Toronto, the act of hand-washing leads to more flexible thinking.
NASA’s new probe will help protect Earth from solar storms
NASA’S new Solar Probe Plus could save Earth from ‘devastating’ solar flares, an expert warned.
Scientists create ultrastrong carbon material that's elastic like rubber
Scientists have developed a form of ultrastrong, lightweight carbon that is hard as a diamond yet elastic like rubber and electrically conductive.
Swift kick from a supernova could knock a black hole askew
Gravitational waves are providing new hints about how black holes get their kicks.
Fractal planting patterns yield optimal harvests, without central control
Bali's famous rice terraces, when seen from above, look like colorful mosaics because some farmers plant synchronously, while others plant at different times.
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