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Lab-grown human liver tissue functioning for 30 days
Space - 10-Jun-2021
we'll gain the knowledge to keep astronauts healthy as they journey further into spaceRead more...
Probes intended to intercept asteroids for planetary defence
SYFY Wire - 16-Apr-2020
Threat of asteroid collision is real - who wants to be wiped out like the dinosaurs?Read more...
Planning ahead to save Earth - moving big rocks out of Earth's pathway
Interesting Engineering - 30-Mar-2020
We humans definitely don't want to end up like Dinosaurs did!Read more...
Digital twins to revolutionize personalized medicine
Medical Futurist - 19-Mar-2020
Risk prediction and best therapy for a specific patient is a future possibilityRead more...
Growing new organs from stem cells out in the space
Independent - 10-Mar-2020
Gravity on earth spatially restricts growth of stem cells into actual 3D organsRead more...
Lettuce grown in space vs one from Earth: very similar nutrient levels
New Scientist - 06-Mar-2020
Research suggests astronauts could soon produce their own food in spaceRead more...
Experts look at new techs to enable faster trip to Mars
BBC - 25-Dec-2019
Speed, maximum load, human safety, and power source, among the main factors consideredRead more...
NASA reveals large meteor explosion in December 2018
BBC - 18-Mar-2019
This would have caused damage over a populated cityRead more...
NASA's DART planning first planetary defense impact
Space - 02-Jan-2019
We don't want to go the same way as the dinosaurs!Read more...
New Telescope To Scan For Collision Course Asteroids
Space - 30-Jun-2018
NASA's program will scan for all near-earth objects larger than 140 meters in diameterRead more...
NASA's plan to defend the Earth from asteroids
CNET - 20-Jun-2018
NASA is developing a detection and defence system against 50m to 140m asteroidsRead more...
NASA's plan for an aerial colony above Venus
NBC News - 05-Jun-2018
HAVOC spacecraft will deploy helium balloons to float above the inhospitable Venus environmentRead more...
Asteroid Almost Hit Earth Yesterday
Outer Places - 16-Apr-2018
Asteroid 2018 GE3 passed by Earth at half the distance to the moon. Scientists only had a few ho...Read more...
NASA plans to use nukes against a killer asteroid
Digital Trends - 12-Mar-2018
NASA has designed Hypervelocity Asteroid Mitigation Mission for Emergency Response craft. 8.8-to...Read more...
Humans Could Someday Colonize Jupiter and Venus
Interesting Engineering - 21-Jan-2018
Mars One is hoping to establish a permanent human settlement on Mars. CEO Bas Lansdorp is alread...Read more...
Asteroid Hunter Tasked With Saving Earth from Killer Impacts
Motherboard - 12-Jan-2018
Rare for asteroids to survive passage through the atmosphere to cause damage. Lindley Johnson is...Read more...
NASA Fails To Spot City Destroying Asteroid
Tech Times - 09-Dec-2017
Only spotted the day after it skimmed past the planet. Asteroid 2017 VL2 was just over 100,000 k...Read more...
First international asteroid tracking exercise proves a success
New Atlas - 08-Nov-2017
An international team led by NASA has tested the International Asteroid Warning Network, which su...Read more...
A Timeline for Humanity’s Colonization of Space
Futurism - 30-Oct-2017
Late 2017: Heavy Falcon Launch 2018: Preparing for Space Tourism 2019: Space Tourism and Observ...Read more...
House-sized asteroid narrowly misses Earth
Sky News - 12-Oct-2017
NASA has estimated that "2012 TC4" is 15m to 30m long (45ft to 100ft) - and in space terms, the a...Read more...