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Life Science Software Market Analysis 2025: Impressively Growing Latest Technology Trends With Top Manufactures And Business Opportunities - Coherent Magazine Life Science Software Market Analysis 2025: Impressively Growing Latest Technology Trends With Top Manufactures And Business Opportunities  Coherent MagazineGlobal Life Science Software Market report 2018 focuses on industry status, future forecast, growth opportunity, a major market, and key players. This study ...
Scientists just created an electronic metalens which outperforms the human eye - The Indian Express Scientists just created an electronic metalens which outperforms the human eye  The Indian ExpressScientists have created a new adaptive metalens that is flat and electronically controlled and functions a lot like a human eye. The metalens and its ...
Debris created by India’s anti-satellite test still in space: NASA - The Indian Express Debris created by India’s anti-satellite test still in space: NASA  The Indian ExpressIndia had shot down its 740-kg Microsat-R satellite on March 27 this year in a demonstration of its capability to destroy the space-based infrastructure of an ...
Welcome to the new New Atlas! - New Atlas Welcome to the new New Atlas!  New AtlasNew Atlas has a new look. We've launched a raft of improvements to make it easier for you to browse the latest science and tech news.
Virus insights could lead to new flu treatments An EU-funded project investigated how pathogenic viruses, including influenza A, take control of the protein synthesis machinery in human cells. This has provided valuable new knowledge, which paves the way for new flu treatments.
Black hole devouring star: Scientists believe they detected a black hole swallowing a neutron star, causing ripples in space and time - CBS News Black hole devouring star: Scientists believe they detected a black hole swallowing a neutron star, causing ripples in space and time  CBS NewsAbout 900 million years ago, a black hole probably swallowed up a dead star. Last week, the resulting ripples ...
China’s two-child policy linked to 5 million extra babies in 18 months A Chinese government policy allowing all couples to have two children led to an additional 5.4 million births in the first 18 months after it took effect
Sitting for nine and a half hours a day linked to early death Sitting less and moving more often is associated with a lower risk of early death in middle aged and older people, suggests a review of data from 36,000 people
A Potent Cancer Therapy, an Instagram Hoax, and More News - WIRED A Potent Cancer Therapy, an Instagram Hoax, and More News  WIREDAmericans will have to go elsewhere for a potent cancer therapy, an old Instagram hoax was revived, and the reviews are in on Samsung's latest Galaxy Note.
The latest in science and technology news, blogs and articles - Tags - Discover Magazine The latest in science and technology news, blogs and articles - Tags  Discover MagazineThis blog post is an edited excerpt from Human Impact, a new publication from Science Connected. Edited by Kate Stone and Shayna Keyles, Human Impact ...
YouTube has become such a garbage fire it is time to dump it for good To make the internet a better place we could start by switching off the world’s biggest video sharing site amid claims its algorithms magnify fringe views, says Annalee Newitz
Mind meld: Artificial intelligence is improving the way humans think When AIs and humans work together they discover superior solutions to the world’s problems that would elude either working alone. Together, they will change the very process of thinking
Global X-ray Fluorescene Coating Thickness Gauge Market 2019 – Hitachi High-Tech Science, Oxford Instruments, Fischer Technology – SocioHerald - SocioHerald Global X-ray Fluorescene Coating Thickness Gauge Market 2019 – Hitachi High-Tech Science, Oxford Instruments, Fischer Technology – SocioHerald  SocioHeraldThe Global X-ray Fluorescene Coating Thickness Gauge market report in-depth analysis for changing competitive dynamics through comprehensive Estimation ...
Science explains earth's mysterious inner core - Dunya News Science explains earth's mysterious inner core  Dunya News(Web Desk) – It's one of the deepest unknowns in geophysics: the hidden movements of Earth's innermost core. While we think of the ground beneath our feet as ...
Big data sheds more light on dark matter EU-funded researchers have helped generate the most accurate map to date of dark matter, the mysterious substance that makes up 80 % of the universe. The innovative big-data technologies they used will have a significant impact on fields as diverse ...
Floating privacy and security in the clouds As critical government services such as health care move online, it is essential to ensure your personal data is protected and easily managed. EU-funded researchers have come up with a novel solution that allows you to share and protect your ...
A safe source of drinking water for rural Malawi The EU-funded WATERSPOUTT project's partners in Malawi are designing and testing an innovative solar-ceramic water filtration system capable of providing local communities with a reliable source of clean water at the household level.
Europe stands up to lead the solar-thermal electricity way All-too-often it takes global disasters or looming events to bring countries together for a common cause. Climate change is perhaps the biggest 'event' of this kind, an existential threat driving international research cooperation in a new sustainable solution called solar-thermal ...
Exoskeleton suit provides smart solution to lower back pain A smart robotic exoskeleton developed by an EU-funded project will help prevent lower back pain and provide relief to millions of people who suffer from the debilitating condition, one of the main causes of worker absenteeism worldwide.
Issues with biometrics and forensics significant risk to effective functioning of the criminal justice system Science and Technology Committee publish report on the work of the Biometrics Commissioner and the Forensic Science Regulator
Committee examines the work of the Science Minister Science and Technology Committee examines issues including Brexit and preparations for ‘no deal’, research integrity and quantum technologies
Government’s digital approach has lost momentum Science and Technology Committee publishes Digital Government Report
Goodbye, Internet Explorer
Microsoft's legendary browser is getting replaced. It's about time.
Internet Explorer 4, released by Microsoft in 1997.

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