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WA Science Minister Dave Kelly hits back at claims WA failed to submit space station proposal - PerthNow WA Science Minister Dave Kelly hits back at claims WA failed to submit space station proposal  PerthNowThe McGowan Government has hit back at claims it failed to submit a proposal for WA to become the home of Australia's space agency after ...
Luke arm and special surgery gives amputees better movement - The Union Leader Luke arm and special surgery gives amputees better movement  The Union LeaderMANCHESTER. P rime tourist season on the North Carolina coast meant plenty of extra hours for Junius Moore at his two restaurants. He got into his BMW one ...
Monkeys chill out just from seeing their friends being groomed Barbary macaques became more relaxed and friendlier after seeing another macaque being groomed – a finding that may help explain ‘head orgasm’ videos
Coral likes to make its ocean home in places with noisy neighbours As larvae, corals drift around the ocean searching for somewhere to live – and they seem to appreciate a spot in an area full of loud fish
When humans are wiped from Earth, the chicken bones will remain When humans have vanished from Earth, one of the most enduring marks of our impact will be the sudden appearance of copious chicken bones in the fossil record
News | NASA's InSight Takes Its First Selfie - Jet Propulsion Laboratory News | NASA's InSight Takes Its First Selfie  Jet Propulsion LaboratoryTwo new image mosaics detail the lander's deck and "workspace" - the surface where it will eventually set down its science instruments.
New Aust Space Agency will be in Adelaide - The Australian New Aust Space Agency will be in Adelaide  The AustralianAdelaide has beaten other mainland capitals to win the right to host Australias new national Space Agency, boosting South Australias push to become a hub for ...
Major companies are using AI to decide who you speak to on the phone When you ring a call centre, an AI could be deciding which person will speak to you, based on their ability to influence your decisions
Vibrating crystal made of 10 billion atoms smashes quantum record Testing increasingly large objects proves that quantum mechanics works at larger scales - a finding that could help build quantum computers
OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition release, price and full specs LIVE LAUNCH - Express OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition release, price and full specs LIVE LAUNCH  ExpressONEPLUS has finally lifted the lid on its new 6T McLaren Edition with a full release, price and specs revealed at an event in the UK.
Unique magnets to supercharge the world's largest particle accelerator An EU-funded project is driving innovation and commercial interest in novel magnet technologies that are set to play a key role in deepening our understanding of the universe by means of a planned major upgrade of the Large Hadron Collider, ...
Coordinated global virus collection to boost disease control Virus collections are vital resources for understanding the basis of diseases and formulating control strategies. An EU-funded project is developing an easily accessible global archive of pathogens - a way of boosting research into protecting human and animal health.
Infrastructure boost for planetary science in Europe How do planets form? How do they evolve? What could their past tell us about our own planet's future? An EU-funded project facilitating access to crucial data and top-flight infrastructure is placing planetary scientists in a better position to explore ...
Why everyone loves New Scientist Live
New Scientist Live: 10-13th October 2019, London ExCeL
New Scientist Live is the world's greatest science festival, for everyone curious about science and why it matters.
For four days in October 2019 it transforms London, the world’s most exciting capital ...
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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