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“Particles like these could recreate mechanical machines on a nanoscale” In 1959, Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman talked to a gathering of his peers from the Amer ...
MEET THIS ISSUE’S EXPERTS
JO ELPHICK Jo is an academic lawyer and lecturer specialising in criminal law and forensics. She is also the author of a number of true crime books. MIKE JENNINGS Mike is a freelan ...
Skin made 30 years younger with a new technique
Researchers have developed a way to reverse the ageing process in skin cells, turning back the biological clock by about 30 years. De-ageing cells has become increasingly common in ...
SECRET SHARK SOCIAL CLUB DISCOVERED OFF MEXICAN COAST
Scientists have discovered a great white shark social club in the clear blue waters of Guadalupe Island, off the western coast of Mexico. New research discovered that a group of ta ...
Thousands of new viruses discovered in the ocean
Researchers have analysed tens of thousands of water samples from around the globe hunting for RNA viruses, those that use RNA as their genetic material. These viruses are understu ...
Massive meteorite impact created the hottest mantle rock ever
The hottest rock ever discovered in Earth’s crust, a fist-sized piece of black glass, was discovered in 2011 and was formed in temperatures reaching 2,370 degrees Celsius – hot ...
MAN’S ‘ITCHY EYE’ CAUSED BY SQUIRMING FLY LARVAE
A man’s itchy eye was due to more than a dozen fly larvae that were squirming around inside his peeper. The 53-year-old man, who lives in France, went to the emergency room after ...
New body part found hidden in the lungs
Scientists have discovered a brand-new type of cell hiding inside the delicate, branching passageways of human lungs. The newfound cells play a vital role in keeping the respirator ...
DECLASSIFIED DATA REVEALS INTERSTELLAR OBJECT FLYING OVER EARTH
A fireball that blazed over Papua New Guinea in 2014 was a fast-moving object from another star system. The object, a small meteorite just 0.45 metres across, slammed into Earth’ ...
World’s oldest case of cannibalism revealed
Before there were dinosaurs, there were trilobites brutally biting each other on the Cambrian seafloor. New research has revealed that these armoured predators didn’t only hunt s ...
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