An international team of astronomers discovered a new Solar System with a planet that could be habitable, a Spanish astrophysicist who led the research said.
Potentially habitable planet found in new Solar System
US scientists successfully built functional heart parts out of collagen using a 3D bioprinter, a breakthrough they say could one day create entire organs.
US scientists announce 3D heart printing breakthrough
Astronomers have created the most precise map to date of the Milky Way by tracking thousands of big pulsating stars spread throughout the galaxy, demonstrating that its disk of myriad stars is not flat but dramatically warped and twisted in shape.
Astronomers find Milky Way is a warped, twisted galaxy
Late blight is a common disease of plants such as tomatoes and potatoes, capable of wiping out entire crops on commercial-scale fields. Caused by a fungus-like pathogen, it first appears as black or brown lesions on leaves, stems, fruit or tubers. If conditions are favorable, it can quickly spread to other plants through wet soil and as wind-scattered spores.
New way to fight crop diseases with a smartphone
The matter of taste and how it is influenced by external factors is a subject of fascination for many people (witness the proliferation of polls about which sense you would give up if needed, for example). In the foodservice industry, the question of how people perceive flavors is big business, used to predict upcoming food trends and what will resonate with tomorrow’s fickle diner.
How robot tongues measure taste for food, beverage industry
Five major retailers, including Inc. and Walmart Inc., were sued by the University of California over what it called the “existential threat” when foreign manufacturers infringe schools’ patents.
Amazon, Walmart, Ikea targeted in UCSB light bulb lawsuits
Doctors turned the brain signals for speech into written sentences in a research project that aims to transform how patients with severe disabilities communicate in the future.
Neuroscientists decode brain speech signals into written text
Fifty years after the first landing on the Moon, scientists have combined new geochemical information to determine the Moon's age using samples from different Apollo missions.
Moon 100 million years older than previously thought: Study
NASA’s new planet-hunting spacecraft, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), is now halfway through its first tour of the nearby universe. It has been looking for worlds that might be fit for you, me or some other form of life, and as usual, Nature has been generous in its rewards.
NASA’s TESS satellite spots ‘missing link’ exoplanets

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