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15:19, 24 July 2014 Thursday
Science & Technology

15:41, 16 July 2014 Wednesday
Commercial U S cargo ship reaches space station

The freighter was loaded with more than 3,660 pounds (1,660 kg) of food, science equipment and supplies for the space station, a $100 billion research laboratory

10:36, 11 July 2014 Friday
Smuggled dinosaur fossils headed to Mongolia from New York

The remains include two Tyrannosaurus bataar skeletons, a fossilized egg and a well-preserved 'nest' of several Oviraptor skeletons.

15:09, 10 July 2014 Thursday
Google Glass hack reads mind to operate app

The MindRDR software monitors high levels of concentration, allowing users to take photographs and post it online without even having to move.

16:18, 09 July 2014 Wednesday
Russia test launches first new space rocket since Soviet era

Angara rockets are a key to President Vladimir Putin's effort to reform a once-pioneering space industry hobbled after years of budget cuts and a brain drain in the 1990s.

16:20, 07 July 2014 Monday
3D printers to give drones 'transformer' properties

It is hoped that by 2040 drones will be able to use 3D printers to print out mini-drones and repair themselves.

15:20, 05 July 2014 Saturday
Russia passes law to force websites onto Russian servers

Russian Presidnt Vladimir Putin denied he was restricting web freedoms, saying his main concern was protecting children from indecent content.

17:07, 04 July 2014 Friday
Breakthrough' stem cell study retracted

Producing stem cells has become fast, easy, and inexpensive.

16:37, 04 July 2014 Friday
Scientists discover 'missing link' asteroid

It's believed that a collision of two asteroids out in space caused a shower of meteors to rain down on Earth during the Ordovician Period some 470 million years ago.

13:49, 04 July 2014 Friday
Scientists translate Chimpanzee body language

Scientists discovered that wild chimps communicate 19 specific messages to one another with a “lexicon” of 66 gestures.

12:26, 04 July 2014 Friday
Sonar sticks use ultrasound to guide blind people

The ‘Smartcane’ is a new device that uses ultrasound to guide the visually impaired through the busy streets of India by building upon the widely used white cane.

09:23, 04 July 2014 Friday
Oklahoma quake surge tied to energy industry activity

Earthquake activity in Oklahoma has skyrocketed in recent years, and the U.S. Geological Survey recently warned that the state faces increasing risk of more potentially damaging earth-shaking activity

14:22, 03 July 2014 Thursday
Scientists use stem cells to regenerate human corneas

Scientists have developed a new technique to regrow human corneas.

13:54, 03 July 2014 Thursday
Facebook buys video ad technology firm

A real-time bidding platform had been provided by LiveRail for marketer looking to place ads on online videos.

11:37, 03 July 2014 Thursday
Turkish science aims to return amputees' sense of touch

A research team is working on a remote sensory system that could one day give people with artificial limbs their sense of touch back.

09:18, 03 July 2014 Thursday
Bone-house wasp' builds nest with ant corpses

The female wasps do not hunt the ants for food, instead using the carcasses apparently to frighten off nest invaders.

14:37, 02 July 2014 Wednesday
NASA carbon dioxide-hunting telescope reaches orbit

Scientists have been waiting since 2009 for OCO to reach orbit. The original satellite was lost in a launch accident.

17:30, 01 July 2014 Tuesday
Iraq lifts social media ban some websites still blocked

About 20 news websites, including those of Qatar's Al Jazeera and Saudi-owned television station Al Arabiya are still blocked

14:47, 01 July 2014 Tuesday
Nasa satellite to seek 'missing carbon'

The global geographic distribution of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is going to be traced by the $468m (£275m) OCO-2 mission, to try to identify precisely where it is emitted and absorbed.

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