Scientists found a trove of "super-deep" diamonds from hundreds of miles below the Earth’s surface.
Trove of 'super-deep' diamonds from Earth's interior discovered
Stanford researchers developed a heat shield just 10 atoms thick, up to 50,000 times thinner than current insulating materials in cell phones and laptops.
Stanford engineers develop 10-atoms-thick heat shield
The illustrious Hubble Space Telescope captured two passing galaxies making contact for the first time.
Hubble catches stunning image of two smooshing galaxies
If there’s one thing you can say about Elon Musk it’s that he’s never lacked ambition. He’s founded a number of successful companies, and with SpaceX he’s pushed science forward by lowering the cost of entry for satellite launches and opened up new possibilities for researchers.
Elon Musk once again on quest to ‘nuke Mars’
Hundreds of lives are being saved every year thanks to a new digital alert system which automatically flags possible cases of sepsis in hospitals, the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) said.
'Hundreds of lives saved' by new digital sepsis alerts in UK hospitals
Segway-Ninebot Group, a Beijing-based electric scooter maker, unveiled a scooter that can return itself to charging stations without a driver, a potential boon for the burgeoning scooter-sharing industry.
China's Ninebot unveils scooters that drive themselves to charging stations
Scientists have a pretty good handle on the life cycle of various stars.
Scientists stunned after spotting record-shattering supernova
Mathematicians, computer engineers and scientists in related fields should take a Hippocratic Oath to protect the public from powerful new technologies under development in laboratories and tech firms, a leading researcher said.
Maths, tech specialists need Hippocratic Oath, says academic
Jupiter, the Solar System’s largest planet, may have been smacked head-on by an embryonic planet 10 times Earth’s mass not long after being formed, a monumental crash with apparent lasting effects on the Jovian core, scientists said.
Planet 10 times Earth's mass may have smacked Jupiter long ago
The facial-recognition system at King's Cross in London is to be investigated by the UK's data-protection watchdog.
UK’s data regulator probes King's Cross facial recognition tech

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