Researchers use fake moon dust for 3D printed objects in engineering that can help the future lunar mission – Qrius (formerly The Indian Economist)

[ad_1] By Elton Gomes To support the future base on the Moon, researchers at the European Space Agency (ESA) have experimented with 3D printing and baking fake moon dust onto various objects such as screws, gears, and coins, in hopes of actual moon dust that could someday be used to replace parts on a month … Read more

Chinese Scientists Demand Using Crispr to Make First Babies Genetically Edited

[ad_1] At the conference, the organizations included Jennifer Doudna, one of the inventors of Crispr technology, Dr. He gave careful lectures about what was considered right by fellow practitioners in the field of research that were ethically approved, said one of those present, Dr. Fyodor Urnov, deputy director of the Altius Institute for Biomedical Sciences … Read more

All InSight systems work normally after landing on Mars

[ad_1] All InSight systems work normally after landing on Mars – Journal N 26 November 2018 23:02 All InSight systems work normally after landing on Mars. NASA said the landing had taken place as expected by experts. Latest from category: World 10:50 p.m. Photo: NASA project manager Tom Hoffman shows the first shot to send … Read more

Cooling of the Earth due to global warming

[ad_1] Scientists have proposed spraying special substances from aircraft. According to scientists from Harvard University and Yale, to stop global warming will help spray in the atmosphere at an altitude of 20 km specifically for aerosols consisting of sulfate compounds, according to the Chronicle.info with reference to world news. Technology will help guess twice to … Read more

Gene-edited baby claim by Chinese scientist sparks outrage

[ad_1] Mark Schiefelbein In this Oct. 10, 2018 photo, He Jiankui interviewed in Shenzhen in southern China's Guangdong province. Chinese scientist first genetically edited babies: twin girls whose DNA he said he altered. He revealed it Monday, Nov. 26, in Hong Kong to be one of the organizers of an international conference on gene editing. … Read more

Spain decided to close nuclear power plants

[ad_1] The last nuclear power plant in Spain was built in 1988.The Spanish government has adopted a plan that provides gradual closure over a period of 2023 2028 years all of which are in the country's five nuclear power plants (NPP). As a representative of the Spanish Ministry of Environmental Transformation Jose Miguel Moncada, the … Read more