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Odysseus Marks the First US Moon Landing in More Than 50 Years
A Houston-based company called Intuitive Machines made lunar history this week.
4 hours ago
WIRED Science
Odysseus Marks the First US Moon Landing in More Than 50 Years
The Odysseus lunar lander is sideways on the moon, company that built it says
5 hours ago
Yahoo Science
The Odysseus lunar lander is sideways on the moon, company that built it says
Commercial moon lander tipped over onto its side during touchdown
5 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Commercial moon lander tipped over onto its side during touchdown
Colombia will send deep-water expedition to explore 300-year-old shipwreck thought to hold treasure
7 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Colombia will send deep-water expedition to explore 300-year-old shipwreck thought to hold treasure
Moon lander Odysseus tipped sideways on lunar surface but 'alive and well'
8 hours ago
Yahoo Science
Moon lander Odysseus tipped sideways on lunar surface but 'alive and well'
This weekend’s full moon will be a ‘micromoon.’ Here’s what that means
9 hours ago
Yahoo Science
This weekend’s full moon will be a ‘micromoon.’ Here’s what that means
3 tiny new moons found around Uranus and Neptune — and one is exceptionally tiny
10 hours ago
Yahoo Science
3 tiny new moons found around Uranus and Neptune — and one is exceptionally tiny
Elon Musk Says First Neuralink Patient Can Move Computer Cursor With Mind
Neural interfaces could present an entirely new way for humans to connect with technology. Elon Musk says the first human user of his startup Neuralink's brain implant can now move a mouse cursor using their mind alone. While brain-machine interfaces have been around for decades, they have primarily ...
10 hours ago
Singularity HUB
Elon Musk Says First Neuralink Patient Can Move Computer Cursor With Mind
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Rocket Moves Closer to Launch
Blue Origin’s New Glenn rocket rolled to the launchpad for a series of tests in preparation for its flight debut later this year.
13 hours ago
New York Times Science
Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin Rocket Moves Closer to Launch
Is This New 50-Year Battery for Real?
BetaVolt’s nuclear battery lasts for decades, but you won’t see one in your next iPhone—powering a mobile device would require a cell the size of a yak.
15 hours ago
WIRED Science
Is This New 50-Year Battery for Real?
What Would Happen if Every American Got a Heat Pump
Getting these climate superheroes into more US homes would massively cut emissions, and it would be cost-effective. Here’s how the revolution would play out.
18 hours ago
WIRED Science
What Would Happen if Every American Got a Heat Pump
A New Startup Wants to Turn the Sugar You Eat Into Fiber
Americans eat too much sugar. Food tech company Zya is developing a substance to add to sweet foods that can convert some of that sugar into fiber in the digestive system.
21 hours ago
WIRED Science
A New Startup Wants to Turn the Sugar You Eat Into Fiber
Odysseus Spacecraft Lands on Moon, First Time for U.S. Since 1972
Odysseus was the first privately built vehicle to make it to the moon, and points to a future in which NASA, companies and others rely on commercial lunar delivery services.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Odysseus Spacecraft Lands on Moon, First Time for U.S. Since 1972
Odysseus achieves the first US Moon landing since 1972
Image: Intuitive Machines Intuitive Machines has just made history by becoming the first private aerospace company to land a spacecraft on the Moon’s surface. Following its launch aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket last Thursday, the robotic Nova-C “Odysseus” lander built by ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
Odysseus achieves the first US Moon landing since 1972
Like a Child, This Brain-Inspired AI Can Explain Its Reasoning
Children are natural scientists. They observe the world, form hypotheses, and test them out. Eventually, they learn to explain their (sometimes endearingly hilarious) reasoning. AI, not so much. There’s no doubt that deep learning—a type of machine learning loosely based on the brain—is dramatically ...
1 day ago
Singularity HUB
Like a Child, This Brain-Inspired AI Can Explain Its Reasoning
How the Supreme Court could gut environmental protections in 2024
Clean air advocates gather at the Supreme Court ahead of oral arguments in Ohio v. Environmental Protection Agency on February 21st, 2024, in Washington, DC. | Photo by Paul Morigi / Getty Images for SKDK The Verge’s guide to key environmental cases before the Supreme Court ...
1 day ago
Science - The Verge
How the Supreme Court could gut environmental protections in 2024
Dirty Ice May Be Ugly, but It Has One Advantage
Freezing water with salt or other impurities yields ice that is easier to loosen from a surface, according to a new study.
1 day ago
New York Times Science
Dirty Ice May Be Ugly, but It Has One Advantage
Google Just Released Two Open AI Models That Can Run on Laptops
Last year, Google united its AI units in Google DeepMind and said it planned to speed up product development in an effort to catch up to the likes of Microsoft and OpenAI. The stream of releases in the last few weeks follows through on that promise. Two weeks ago, Google announced the release of its ...
2 days ago
Singularity HUB
Google Just Released Two Open AI Models That Can Run on Laptops
No, smartwatches and smart rings can’t measure blood glucose yet
Don’t believe smartwatches or smart rings that claim to noninvasively measure blood sugar levels. | Image: Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge If you see a smartwatch or smart ring for sale that claims to noninvasively measure your blood glucose levels, don’t believe it. Today, ...
2 days ago
Science - The Verge
No, smartwatches and smart rings can’t measure blood glucose yet
Duke Shuts Down Huge Plant Collection, Causing Scientific Uproar
University officials say they cannot afford to maintain one of the largest herbariums in the United States. Researchers are urging Duke to reconsider.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
Duke Shuts Down Huge Plant Collection, Causing Scientific Uproar
These Whales Still Use Their Vocal Cords. But How?
Unusual experiments on organs recovered from three carcasses suggest how baleen whales call out at sea.
2 days ago
New York Times Science
These Whales Still Use Their Vocal Cords. But How?
NSF announces $20M investment across eight institutions through its GRANTED initiative, transforming access to research support
Across the research enterprise, organizations face varying challenges with access to research support and service infrastructure. This creates obstacles to widespread participation in national research opportunities. The U.S. National Science…
2 days ago
National Science Foundation
NSF announces $20M investment across eight institutions through its GRANTED initiative, transforming access to research support
Neuralink’s First Brain Implant Is Working. Elon Musk’s Transparency Isn’t
Elon Musk says Neuralink’s first human trial subject can control a computer mouse with their brain, but some researchers are frustrated by a lack of information about the study.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
Neuralink’s First Brain Implant Is Working. Elon Musk’s Transparency Isn’t
A Startup’s Mission to Bring Back the Woolly Mammoth Is Being Made Into a Docuseries
Colossal Biosciences has started work on a five-year-long docuseries that follows its de-extinction efforts. That’s just the beginning of its small-screen plans.
2 days ago
WIRED Science
A Startup’s Mission to Bring Back the Woolly Mammoth Is Being Made Into a Docuseries
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