India's space agency said it lost touch Saturday with its Vikram lunar lander as it made its final approach to the south pole of the Moon to deploy a rover to search for signs of water.
India loses communication with unmanned Moon lander
Superconductivity came with a lot of unfulfilled promises. Power without loss? Sign me up. Superconducting magnetic resonance imaging magnets? They're, ahem, cool. And CERN couldn’t operate without buckets of liquid helium to keep its magnets superconducting.
Hydride predicted to be superconductive at room temperature
Iranian researchers at Royan Institute are working on a project to grow a human pancreas inside the body of a goat.
Iranian researchers planning to grow human pancreas
By the time an international group of scientists stunned the world with the first ever image of a black hole, they were already planning a sequel: A movie showing how massive clouds of gas are forever sucked into the void.
Black hole movies coming soon
The long-sought Holy Grail for heart attack patients has been a method to regenerate healthy new tissue, but the basic building blocks required to remodel an injured heart have remained elusive — until now.
Heart regeneration: Scientists uncloak one of nature's deepest secrets
Solar panels might seem like they’re in direct competition with plants. One is catching sunlight to do photosynthesis, the other wants to take it to push electrons. Surely Highlander rules apply, and there can be only one on a plot of land, right?
Crops under solar panels can be a win-win
Finally, scientists have their finger on the pulse.
Einstein’s general relativity reveals new features of a pulsar
An innovative project called Astroland, located in Arredondo, Cantabria, recreates the experience of a human mission to Mars, as shown by footage recorded in the control center located in the outskirts of Santander.
Spain: Astroland project recreates experience of human life on Mars inside cave
Remora fishes are famed hitchhikers of the marine world, possessing high-powered suction disks on the back of their head for attaching themselves in torpedo-like fashion to larger hosts that can provide food and safety — from whales and sharks to boats and divers.
Remora-inspired suction disk mimics fish's adhesion ability

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