Researchers discover a novel chemistry to protect our crops from fungal disease -

  • Pathogenic fungi pose a huge and growing threat to global food security..

Engineers 3-D print soft, rubbery brain implants - Tech Xplore

  • The brain is one of our most vulnerable organs, as soft as the softest tofu. Brain implants, on the other hand, are typically made from metal and other rigid materials that over time can cause inflammation and the buildup of scar tissue..

Coronavirus warning: DIY coronavirus face masks WILL NOT work, scientists warn -

  • CORONAVIRUS infection rates will not be slowed down by homemade face masks, a top doctor has warned claiming the devices are useless..

US$10 billion James Webb Space Telescope to change our knowledge of the Cosmos in exact one year - NEWS HEADS

  • Exactly after one year – on March 30, 2021, the US $10 billion James Webb Space Telescope (JWST or “Webb” for short) has been scheduled to launch on a European Ariane 5 rocket from the Guiana Space Centre to the northwest of Kourou in French Guiana..

Neat To See, But Is Starlink Clogging The Night Sky? - WVXU

  • Whenever the night skies are clear across the Tri-State, the phone at the Cincinnati Observatory begins ringing nonstop with questions about weird lights.

MIT researchers invent a technology to charge smartphones and laptops via Wi-Fi signals - International Business Times, Singapore Edition

  • The researchers are hopeful that the technology would be capable of charging smartphones and laptop batteries.

Scientists expanded the Capabilities of CRISPR gene editing technique - Tech Explorist

  • Scientists developed a variant named SpG capable of targeting an expanded set of NGN PAMs, and further optimized this enzyme to develop a near-PAMless SpCas9 variant named SpRY (NRN>NYN PAMs)..

This powerful ion engine will power NASA’s planetary defense mission - Tech Explorist

  • NASA's Evolutionary Xenon Thruster - Commercial (NEXT-C) is being prepared for the DART Mission to demonstrate asteroid deflection by the kinetic impact..

Coronavirus self-isolation: How to have a dinner party during quarantine - Fox News

  • Getting creative is the name of the game when you want to spend time with others, but can’t physically because of quarantine..

First-principles calculations shed light on semiconductor defects -

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Understanding the origin of ‘Be X-ray’ binaries in the Small Magellanic Cloud - Tech Explorist

  • A team of international scientists recently conducted a study to understand the origin of the properties of ‘Be X-ray’ binaries observed in the Small Magellanic Cloud..

UMMC, MSDH to open one-day drive-through COVID-19 testing sites - BioSpace

  • The University of Mississippi Medical Center and the Mississippi State Department of Health on Tuesday will open two mobile COVID-19 sample collection sites for one day only..

NASA Wants New Orion Spacecraft Engine for Future Artemis Missions - GovConWire

  • NASA is looking for potential sources of a new main engine for the Orion spacecraft’s European service module, which serves as its main power and propulsion element for maneuvers in lunar orbit, Space.

Photographers make the most of isolation by capturing the ISS -

  • You can spot the ISS above the UK until next week.

NASA’s Perseverance Rover Will Carry 10.9 Million Names To Mars - Mashable India

  • NASA’s recently named Perseverance Mars Rover now carries over 10.9 million names that were submitted as part of the ‘Send Your Name to Mars’ campaign and 151 essays from the 'Name the Rover' contest..

Surprise Discovery Reveals Neanderthals Loved Seafood And Were Excellent Fisherpeople - ScienceAlert

  • Neanderthals were apparently much more partial to seafood than previously thought: new research shows that Neanderthal communities living in Portugal during the last ice age were just as keen on fishing as our modern human ancestors..

Astronomers Observe Blasting Supermassive Black Hole Jets From The Early Universe - ScienceAlert

  • In the far reaches of the Universe, astronomers have managed to capture a rare interaction. As a supermassive black hole ravenously slurps down matter around it, it's sending out jets of plasma - pushing into and heating the gas in the galaxy around.

So Uranus is leaking gas, could that mean the end of the planet? - Happy Mag

  • You better believe it: scientists have discovered that Uranus is leaking gas. But could that mean bad news for the planet?.

The ozone layer’s healing, could recover fully: Study - Times of India

  • Science News: Antara Banerjee, a CIRES Visiting Fellow at the University of Colorado Boulder , said: “We found signs of climate changes in the southern hemisphere,.

Body fluid of astronauts can help build moon bases for Mars journey: Scientists - The Sentinel Assam

  • European researchers have found that astronauts' urine could be used as a plasticizer in the concrete of the structures – to build bases on the moon.