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1653. In toothy prequel, piranha-like fish menaced Jurassic seas
You can call it a prehistoric prequel.
15:07 18.10.2018
1652. Scientists in Chile unveil 'A Cosmic Titan' cluster of galaxies
Astronomers peering billions of light years into space have detected the largest, most extensive collection of galaxies ever registered in the early days of the universe, a "proto-supercluster" they nicknamed Hyperion after a titan from Greek mythology.
20:05 17.10.2018
1651. Modified cotton could be human food source after U.S. green light
U.S. regulators have cleared the way for farmers to grow a cotton plant genetically modified to make the cottonseed edible for people, a protein-packed potential new food source that could be especially useful in cotton-growing countries beset with malnut
17:23 17.10.2018
1650. Exclusive: Science journal to withdraw chronic fatigue review amid patient activist complaints
A respected science journal is to withdraw a much-cited review of evidence on an illness known as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) amid fierce criticism and pressure from activists and patients.
13:31 17.10.2018
1649. No time to be nervous: cosmonaut shrugs off emergency landing
Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin shrugged off on Tuesday his emergency landing last week, saying there had been no time to worry as his capsule plunged back to earth.
07:27 16.10.2018
1648. International Space Station crew has enough supplies for at least six months: Russian official
The crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS) has enough fuel, oxygen, water, and food to last at least six months, Vladimir Solovyov, flight director of the Russian segment of the ISS, was cited as saying by Russian news agencies on Sunday.
10:01 14.10.2018
1647. Russia may resume manned space flights on November 28: Interfax
The next manned flight of a Soyuz rocket to the International Space Station (ISS) could take place on Nov. 28, Interfax news agency quoted a Russian space industry source on Saturday as saying.
10:47 13.10.2018
1646. Rocket failure astronauts will go back into space - Russian official
Two astronauts who survived the mid-air failure of a Russian rocket will fly again and are provisionally set to travel to the International Space Station (ISS) in spring of next year, the head of Russia"s space agency said on Friday.
12:50 12.10.2018
1645. Virgin's Branson halts talks on $1 billion Saudi investment in space ventures
British billionaire Richard Branson said on Thursday that his Virgin Group would suspend its discussions with Saudi Arabia"s Public Investment Fund over a planned $1 billion investment in the group"s space ventures, in light of the disappearance of
11:42 12.10.2018
1644. NASA head: rocket mishap shows need for range of transport options
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said on Friday that he had full confidence in the U.S.-Russian space relationship, but that a rocket failure this week showed the importance of having more than one way of getting people into space.
10:18 12.10.2018
1643. Russia plans to go ahead with manned space flight in December - TASS
Russia still plans to go ahead as planned with its next manned flight to the International Space Station (ISS) in December despite a rocket failure this week, TASS news agency cited a Russian space agency official as saying on Friday.
07:32 12.10.2018
1642. Russia may delay cargo flight to ISS after accident: space agency
Russia may delay a planned unmanned cargo shipment to the International Space Station (ISS) after the failure of a manned flight the previous day, Sergei Krikalev, a senior official from Russian space agency Roscosmos said on Friday.
03:55 12.10.2018
1641. Space crew survives plunge to Earth after Russian rocket fails
A Russian cosmonaut and a U.S. astronaut were safe on Thursday after a Soyuz rocket bound for the International Space Station failed in mid-air two minutes after liftoff in Kazakhstan, leading to a dramatic emergency landing.
16:39 11.10.2018
1640. Scientists use stem cells and gene editing to make mice with two mums
Chinese scientists said on Thursday they had used gene editing and stem cell techniques to produce healthy mice with two mothers which developed well enough to go on to have normal offspring of their own.
11:01 11.10.2018
1639. Russia may suspend unmanned launches of Soyuz rockets in 2018 - Interfax
Russia may suspend all unmanned launches of its Soyuz rockets this year, Interfax news agency quoted an unnamed source as saying on Thursday.
10:49 11.10.2018
1638. Soyuz crew will spend one night in hospital for medical checks - Interfax
The two-man U.S.-Russian crew of a Soyuz spacecraft, U.S. astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin, will spend one night in a hospital in Baikonur for medical checks, Interfax quoted an unnamed source as saying on Thursday.
10:49 11.10.2018
1637. Soyuz emergency landing could result in major payout for insurer Soglasie - Interfax
The Soyuz spacecraft"s emergency landing on Thursday could become one of the biggest payouts for Russian insurance firm Soglasie in decades if it turns out to be an insurance case, Soglasie was quoted as saying by Interfax news agency.
10:49 11.10.2018
1636. Russia hopes USA will be understanding about "Soyuz" incident - Ifax
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov said on Thursday he hoped the United States would be understanding about a malfunction that occurred during a launch of the "Soyuz" spacecraft.
10:49 11.10.2018
1635. Bristol-Myers to invest in Compugen, collaborate in clinical trials
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co and Israel"s Compugen said on Thursday they will collaborate in clinical trials for patients with advanced solid tumors.
07:27 11.10.2018
1634. International space station crew have enough supplies - TASS
The International Space Station crew have enough supplies and the aborted launch of a "Soyuz" spacecraft bringing a new crew to the station will not affect operations, TASS news agency cited an unnamed source as saying on Thursday.
07:06 11.10.2018
1633. Soyuz crew out of capsule, in good condition - NASA TV
U.S. astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin have left their Soyuz capsule and are both in good condition, NASA television reported on Thursday.
06:23 11.10.2018
1632. Rescuers reach site of "Soyuz" emergency landing - agencies
Rescuers have reached the site of the Russian "Soyuz" spacecraft"s emergency landing, Interfax and TASS news agencies reported on Thursday, citing military officials.
05:59 11.10.2018
1631. Initial reports show "Soyuz" crew fine - NASA TV
U.S. astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin are feeling fine after an emergency landing of their "Soyuz" spacecraft following the mid-air failure of its booster rockets, NASA television reported on Thursday, citing initial reports.
05:58 11.10.2018
1630. Crew of 'Soyuz' spacecraft establish contact after failed launch: agencies
Contact has been established with crew members of the Russian "Soyuz" spacecraft after it made an emergency landing following a failure of its booster rockets, Russian news agencies reported on Thursday.
05:36 11.10.2018
1629. Boeing rocket for NASA over budget, could further delay launch: audit
Boeing Co is building the largest rocket in NASA"s history but the aerospace giant"s "poor performance" has resulted in an $8.9 billion price tag that is double the initial budget and could further delay the launch, the U.S. space agency"s watchd
19:42 10.10.2018
1628. J&J's Stelara succeeds in chronic bowel disease study
Johnson & Johnson said on Tuesday its blockbuster drug Stelara was found to be effective in treating a chronic bowel disease in a late-stage trial.
09:50 09.10.2018
1627. Akcea Therapeutics genetic disease treatment gets FDA approval
Akcea Therapeutics Inc said on Friday its treatment, developed along with Ionis Pharmaceuticals , which targets a rare genetic disease was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
18:25 05.10.2018
1626. NASA addresses unexplained space station hole but mystery remains unsolved
NASA sought on Wednesday to tamp down speculation that sabotage caused a tiny hole found last month in the side of a Russian module docked at the International Space Station, but the mystery remained unsolved.
13:20 04.10.2018
1625. Smart caption glasses refocus the action for deaf playgoers
For all his adult life keen theatergoer Tim Hardy, who is partially deaf, has watched plays with a torch in his hand and a script on his lap so he can follow what"s being said on stage.
10:38 04.10.2018
1624. Tech breakthrough offers early warning system for heart attacks
A new method of analyzing images from CT scans can predict which patients are at risk of a heart attack years before it occurs, researchers say.
10:35 04.10.2018
1623. Trio wins chemistry Nobel for work on antibody drugs, smart enzymes
Two Americans and a Briton won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Chemistry on Wednesday for harnessing the power of evolution to generate novel proteins used in everything from environmentally friendly detergents to cancer drugs.
20:54 03.10.2018
1622. In a surprise, first alien moon discovered is big and gaseous
Astronomers have pinpointed what appears to be the first moon detected outside our solar system, a large gaseous world the size of Neptune that is unlike any other known moon and orbits a gas planet much more massive than Jupiter.
15:53 03.10.2018
1621. Bezos' space company designing large lunar lander
Jeff Bezos" space company is in the conceptual design phase of a large lunar lander that it says will provide reusable access to the moon"s surface and its resources, Blue Origin said on Wednesday.
13:13 03.10.2018
1620. Physics Nobel for laser pioneers includes first woman in 55 years
A trio of American, French and Canadian scientists won the 2018 Nobel Prize for Physics on Tuesday for breakthroughs in laser technology that have turned light beams into precision tools for everything from eye surgery to micro-machining.
18:40 02.10.2018
1619. Philippine inventor aims to cut travel times with passenger drone
A Philippine inventor has unveiled what he calls a flying sports car that represents the future of transport, riding it out of a warehouse toward a cheering crowd, leaving a cloud of dust in his wake.
12:32 26.09.2018
1618. Japan lunar exploration firm to head for moon on SpaceX rockets
Japanese lunar exploration startup Ispace said it has signed up for launches on Elon Musk"s SpaceX rockets in 2020 and 2021, its first step towards offering services such as searching for water on the moon.
03:24 26.09.2018
1617. Deep sea robots reveal mineral riches in the abyss
From the safety of their research vessel, scientists are exploring one of Earth"s last frontiers - the sea floor - to discover more about valuable minerals vital in the manufacture of smartphones.
05:50 23.09.2018
1616. Russia throws doubt on joint lunar space station with U.S.: RIA
Moscow may abandon a project to build a space station in lunar orbit in partnership with U.S. space agency NASA because it does not want a "second fiddle role," a Russian official said on Saturday.
10:27 22.09.2018
1615. Argentina bets on $600 million satellite to boost agriculture sector
Argentina is launching a new microwave imaging satellite to monitor natural disasters and soil moisture, in a long-term bid to bolster the farm sector, an industry that has historically been the backbone of the country"s economy.
17:11 21.09.2018
1614. NASA telescope discovers two new planets five months after launch
A planet-hunting orbital telescope designed to detect worlds beyond our solar system discovered two distant planets this week five months after its launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, officials said on Thursday.
21:31 20.09.2018

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