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1462. Igor the Siberian tiger gets stem-cell hip treatment in Hungary
SZEGED, Hungary (Reuters) - Igor, a Siberian tiger in a Hungarian zoo, received stem-cell joint treatment on Wednesday which doctors hoped would help heal its hip and allow it to live happily, on less medicine.
05:16 21.04.2018
1461. Flatpack fear no more? Robot assembles IKEA chair frame
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Robots in Singapore have completed a task many humans dread - assembling flat-packed IKEA furniture.
12:37 19.04.2018
1460. SpaceX rocket launched from Florida carrying NASA planet-hunting telescope
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - A Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Florida on Wednesday on SpaceX"s first high-priority science mission for NASA, a planet-hunting orbital telescope designed to detect worlds beyond our solar system that might be capabl
05:23 19.04.2018
1459. Gates backs gene technologies in fight to end malaria
LONDON, April 18 (Reuters) - Gene-editing technologies that alter mosquitoes" DNA could prove critical in the fight against malaria, Bill Gates said on Wednesday, and ethical concerns should not block progress in such gene-modifying research.
19:43 18.04.2018
1458. Plastic-eating enzyme holds promise in fighting pollution
(Refiles this April 16 story to fix affiliation in 10th paragraph.)
14:17 17.04.2018
1457. More than 100 parts for NASA's Orion capsule to be 3D printed
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - More than 100 parts for U.S. space agency NASA"s deep-space capsule Orion will be made by 3D printers, using technology that experts say will eventually become key to efforts to send humans to Mars.
11:43 17.04.2018
1456. Gerst aims to be 'nice boss' as first German ISS commander
COLOGNE (Reuters) - Astronaut Alexander Gerst says he aims to be a "nice boss" when he becomes the $100 billion International Space Station"s first German commander later this year.
10:20 17.04.2018
1455. GE rides gene therapy wave with ready-made viral drug factories
LONDON (Reuters) - General Electric is raising its bet on biotechnology with the launch of prefabricated manufacturing units for producing virus-based gene and cell therapies, novel anti-cancer treatments and vaccines.
07:03 17.04.2018
1454. Rocket-control glitch delays launch of NASA's planet-hunting satellite
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - An 11th-hour technical glitch prompted SpaceX to postpone its planned launch on Monday of a new NASA space telescope designed to detect worlds beyond our solar system, delaying for at least 48 hours a quest to expand astro
18:46 16.04.2018
1453. Japanese engineer builds giant robot to realize 'Gundam' dream
SHINTO, Japan (Reuters) - Japanese engineer Masaaki Nagumo had always dreamed of suiting up as a robot from "Mobile Suit Gundam", his favorite animation series growing up. Now he has made it a reality by creating a giant humanoid inspired by the science f
13:32 13.04.2018
1452. SpaceX looks to raise $507 million in a new funding round: filing
(Reuters) - Elon Musk-led SpaceX Corp is raising $507 million in a new round of funding, valuing the company at around $26 billion, according to a filing seen by Reuters.
17:55 12.04.2018
1451. Robot dog lends a helping paw to dementia sufferers
BOURNEMOUTH, England (Reuters) - Among Ron Grantham"s happiest memories are the days he spent fly-fishing with his beloved dog, Spot. Now those memories are being revived by visits from his new best friend, Biscuit - a robotic dog.
09:57 12.04.2018
1450. 3D-printed public housing unveiled in France
NANTES, France (Reuters) - Researchers have unveiled what they billed as the world"s first 3D-printed house to serve as a home in the French city of Nantes, with the first tenants due to move in by June.
01:58 12.04.2018
1449. Jaw fossil from English beach belongs to monstrous marine reptile
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A jawbone fossil found on a rocky English beach belongs to one of the biggest marine animals on record, a type of seagoing reptile called an ichthyosaur that scientists estimated at up to 85 feet (26 meters) long - approaching the s
20:40 09.04.2018
1448. Fossil Homo sapiens finger from Saudi desert is 90,000 years old
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A fossil finger bone dating back about 90,000 years that was unearthed in Saudi Arabia"s Nefud Desert is pointing to what scientists are calling a new understanding of how our species came out of Africa en route to colonizing the
16:32 09.04.2018
1447. Scientists hope harpoons can skewer space junk crisis
STEVENAGE, England (Reuters) - A European satellite launched this week to try out ways of tackling the growing amount of garbage in space will use technology as familiar to the ancient Romans as astronauts - nets and harpoons.
13:25 06.04.2018
1446. Virgin Galactic tests rocket ship, three years after fatal accident
(Reuters) - Richard Branson"s company Virgin Galactic conducted a supersonic test flight over the Sierra Nevada mountains of its SpaceShipTwo passenger rocket ship on Thursday, the company said, three years after a fatal accident on an earlier version
12:03 06.04.2018
1445. At the center of our galaxy, there's a black hole party
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Black holes are hanging out at the center of our galaxy by the thousands, according to scientists who have detected a bunch of them in the neighborhood of a supermassive black hole already known to reside at the heart of the Milky W
20:59 05.04.2018
1444. Researchers to boycott South Korean university over AI weapons work
BERLIN (Reuters) - Over 50 top Artificial Intelligence researchers on Wednesday announced a boycott of KAIST, South Korea"s top university, after it opened what they called an AI weapons lab with one of South Korea"s largest companies.
19:41 04.04.2018
1443. Arctic jazz: bowhead whales have amazingly diverse songbook
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Bowhead whales, the black filter-feeding giants of the Arctic that can live for 200 years devouring tons of tiny marine creatures, boast another remarkable quality. Their unique underwater songs make them wonderful "jazz" artists.
11:49 04.04.2018
1442. Developing nations to study ways to dim sunshine, slow warming
OSLO (Reuters) - Scientists in developing nations plan to step up research into dimming sunshine to curb climate change, hoping to judge if a man-made chemical sunshade would be less risky than a harmful rise in global temperatures.
04:46 04.04.2018
1441. Rare dinosaur prints found on Scotland's Isle of Skye
LONDON (Reuters) - Dozens of rare footprints belonging to dinosaurs made some 170 million years ago have been discovered on Scotland’s Isle of Skye, offering an important insight into the Middle Jurassic era, scientists said on Tuesday.
08:27 03.04.2018
1440. Most distant star ever detected sits halfway across the universe
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists have detected the most distant star ever viewed, a blue behemoth located more than halfway across the universe and named after the ancient Greek mythological figure Icarus.
19:53 02.04.2018
1439. India trying to reconnect with most powerful communications satellite: ISRO
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India"s space agency said on Monday it was trying to re-establish a link with its most powerful communication satellite that went missing over the weekend, in a setback for its space ambitions.
09:05 02.04.2018
1438. China says space station burns up over South Pacific
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China"s Tiangong-1 space station re-entered the earth"s atmosphere and burnt up over the South Pacific on Monday, the Chinese space authority said.
04:03 02.04.2018
1437. China says unlikely large pieces of space station will crash to earth
BEIJING (Reuters) - It is unlikely that any large parts of China"s Tiangong-1 space lab will reach the ground when it falls to Earth, and China has been in close touch with the United Nations about its progress, China"s foreign ministry said on Frid
10:04 30.03.2018
1436. NASA intensifying search for planets orbiting stars beyond solar system
(Reuters) - The search for worlds circling stars far beyond our solar system will intensify in the coming weeks with NASA"s launch of a spacecraft scientists hope will enlarge the known catalog of so-called exoplanets believed capable of supporting lif
21:32 29.03.2018
1435. France to spend $1.8 billion on AI to compete with U.S., China
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron promised 1.5 billion euros ($1.85 billion) of public funding into artificial intelligence by 2022 in a bid to reverse a brain drain and catch up with the dominant U.S. and Chinese tech giants.
13:11 29.03.2018
1434. Rocket science: will Inmarsat's wi-fi in the sky pay off?
LONDON (Reuters) - A satellite company wants to bring reliable internet to airline passengers worldwide. But some investors don"t seem to be buying it.
04:47 29.03.2018
1433. NASA resuming search for planets orbiting stars beyond solar system
(Reuters) - The search for worlds circling stars far beyond our solar system will resume in the coming weeks with NASA"s launch of a spacecraft scientists hope will enlarge the known catalog of so-called exoplanets believed capable of supporting life.
20:39 28.03.2018
1432. Scientists puzzled by exotic distant galaxy lacking dark matter
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Astronomers have detected for the first time a galaxy that is devoid of dark matter, the plentiful but enigmatic material that does not emit light or energy and had been considered a fundamental part of all galaxies including our ow
20:04 28.03.2018
1431. Fossils of 'badass' Argentine meat-eating dinosaur unearthed
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - On a semiarid Patagonian landscape 85 million years ago, a formidable meat-eater called Tratayenia rosalesi reigned as the apex predator, part of an enigmatic dinosaur group that menaced South America and Australia for tens of milli
18:03 28.03.2018
1430. Airbus says EU should keep Britain in Galileo space project despite Brexit
LONDON (Reuters) - The chief executive of aerospace firm Airbus said Britain should not be frozen out of the European Union"s Galileo space program after Brexit, calling on both sides to find a long-term solution in the interest of security.
12:42 28.03.2018
1429. Techno teachers: Finnish school trials robot educators
(In Tuesday story, corrects spelling of teacher"s first name in paragraph 6.)
03:31 28.03.2018
1428. China's Tiangong-1 space lab to fall to Earth this weekend: ESA
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - China"s Tiangong-1 space lab is likely to fall to Earth sometime between Friday and Monday and shower debris over an area covering thousands of square kilometers (miles), though the risk to people will be very small, the European
11:07 27.03.2018
1427. Once overlooked, 2,500-year old coffin may offer clues into ancient Egypt
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian academics could help unlock mysteries around ancient Egypt after discovering that a 2,500-year old coffin might contain the remains of a prestigious mummy.
10:54 27.03.2018
1426. Scientists develop brain scanner in a helmet
(Reuters) - British scientists have developed a lightweight and highly sensitive brain imaging device that can be worn as a helmet, allowing the patient to move about naturally.
10:36 22.03.2018
1425. If you want to find Nemo, you may need SoFi, the robotic fish
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When exploring marine environments, underwater robots tend to be a bull trout in a china shop, disturbing marine life with their bulk and disruptive propulsion. Enter SoFi, the soft, agile robotic fish with a delicate demeanor.
08:55 22.03.2018
1424. Stephen Hawking to join Newton, Darwin in final resting place
LONDON (Reuters) - British physicist Stephen Hawking is to take his place among some of the greatest scientists in history when his ashes are interred inside Westminster Abbey, close to the graves of Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin.
13:33 20.03.2018
1423. Monsanto backs new company focused on gene editing, not GMOs
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Monsanto Co will fund a new U.S. company that aims to develop crops using technology known as gene editing, rather than the genetic modification that helped it become the world"s biggest seed seller.
09:48 20.03.2018

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