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A UK company presented the largest rocket prop engine manufactured with a 3D printer

Until now, there have been 3D printed rockets, but never at this scale. British company Orbex presented "the largest rocket engine". The entire rocket, including the engine, will have a height of 17 meters, about a quarter of SpaceX's Falcon 9 size. The news comes a few weeks after Relativity Space has signed a contract… Continue reading A UK company presented the largest rocket prop engine manufactured with a 3D printer

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Top of the phones that emit the highest level of radiation. Which model is the first

The German Federal Office for Radiation Protection has published a ranking of the phones that emit the highest level of radiation. According to the official data, the Xiaomi Mi A1 is followed by OnePlus 5T and Xiaomi Mi Max 3. The One Plus 6T and HTC U12 life are the first. The Xiaomi Mi A1… Continue reading Top of the phones that emit the highest level of radiation. Which model is the first

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Positive thinking during pregnancy can help develop children’s skills for science and math

A new study that uses older data has shown that mothers' optimistic thinking and attitudes that things can change with their own actions have positively influenced children in the sense that they have more mature science and math skills than the rest. Researchers used data from a study in the 1990s that examined a personality… Continue reading Positive thinking during pregnancy can help develop children’s skills for science and math

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The new genetic editing techniques proposed in agriculture raise the fears of criticism of the effects

Agricultural technology companies are working to regulate new genetic editing methods to eliminate plant and food-borne diseases, but critics are concerned about the impact on the environment and health, according to the Financial Times. A laboratory located in the UK could be considered an inappropriate place to find scientists trying to save banana crops. But… Continue reading The new genetic editing techniques proposed in agriculture raise the fears of criticism of the effects

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The mission by which NASA wants to save mankind from a fate like that of dinosaurs

Stephen Hawking considered one of the main factors that could lead to the destruction of mankind could be the clash of an asteroid with our planet. Currently, researchers are frequently discussing how to avoid such an impact through the DART plan for redirecting space objects that pose a threat to Terra. Johns Hopkins University's team… Continue reading The mission by which NASA wants to save mankind from a fate like that of dinosaurs

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The alarming speed with which the Earth’s Magnetic Pole moves annually. It will soon be over Siberia

At this rate, all compasses should be reset. An alarming news has recently hit the world of scientists, writes journalists at The Guardian. The Magnetic Pole of the Earth is moving at high speed, and soon it will go over Siberia leaving the Canadian Arctic. According to expert calculations, the Magnetic Pole travels 55km per… Continue reading The alarming speed with which the Earth’s Magnetic Pole moves annually. It will soon be over Siberia

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Study: Two glasses of red wine get rid of extra pounds

Good news for Cabernet Sauvignon lovers instead of cardio training. Following two recent studies at the University of Washington and the Harvard Medical School, two glasses of red wine consumed before bedtime have been found to help weight loss.Apparently, red wine contains a polifeonol called resveratrol that converts white fat to beige fat, a type… Continue reading Study: Two glasses of red wine get rid of extra pounds

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Dead bacteria absorb the antibiotic to allow others to survive

Bacteria have multiple strategies for surviving antibiotics: they develop drug resistance, delay growth, or protect themselves with a biofilm. New results show that they have developed a new capacity, self-sacrificing. In a population of E.coli bacteria treated with a specific antimicrobial molecule, Princeton University researchers found that the dead cells absorbed a huge amount of… Continue reading Dead bacteria absorb the antibiotic to allow others to survive

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Breakthrough device lures aggressive brain tumor cells out of the patient

Also called the Monorail Tumor, the device mimics the physical properties of the white matter of the brain to cause aggressive tumors to migrate to the outside of the organ, where cancer cells can be collected and removed. The purpose of the device is not to destroy the tumor, but to stop lethal spread, so… Continue reading Breakthrough device lures aggressive brain tumor cells out of the patient

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The development of cancer could be based on a single cell

Cancer still remains an irritating and incurable disease. Also, the toxic effects of chemotherapy and radiation make the treatment as harmful as the disease. Even after treatment, the disease may recur, and the tumors can spread. In a new study, researchers have identified a single target that should be destroyed to treat the condition. They… Continue reading The development of cancer could be based on a single cell