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Privately-owned Moon Lander Crashes In Historic Attempt

Posted in Science on 12th Apr, 2019
by Alex Muller

Unfortunately in the last moments, there were issues with the main engine and they lost communications with the spacecraft, which impacted the Moon.

UV-drenched Exoplanets Might Still Host Life After All

Posted in Science on 10th Apr, 2019
by Alex Muller

Whether or not there's life beyond Earth is one of the most profound questions we can ask, and nearby exoplanets are among the best places to start looking. Unfortunately, some of the most likely candidates are bathed in apparently-lethal levels of radiation.

The BIG Plan To Create A Floating City For 10,000 People

Posted in Business, Featured, Science on 8th Apr, 2019
by Alex Muller

The first self-sustained floating community Oceanix City is designed as a human made ecosystem channeling circular flows of energy, water, food and waste

MOF-based Alternative Could Make For Safer, Cleaner Rocket Fuel

Posted in Science on 8th Apr, 2019
by Alex Muller

Scientists at McGill believe their new alternative rocket fuel, based on metal-organic frameworks, will lead to cleaner, safer, more controllable rockets.

Stanford Team Develops Brain-rejuvenating Antibodies That Let Old Mice Think Like Youngsters

Posted in Medicine, Science on 5th Apr, 2019
by Alex Muller

Researchers were able to improve the cognitive function of older mice after blocking a protein's activity on brain cells known as microglia