- Special team will check Facebook posts from Bulgaria and HungaryAdministrator • 2021-03-02 21:36:52Control assigned to two journalists
- They created the first glowing tattoo that can be turned on and offAdministrator • 2021-03-01 23:24:56An international team of scientists created the first glowing tattoo that can be switched on and off and is 1/30 thick of the human hair, reported in. The Daily Mail.
- The egg selects her own mateAdministrator • 2021-03-01 22:24:26Human sex cells decide for themselves whether they “fit” or not, writes Popularnaya Mechanics, citing the results of a study by Swedish and British specialists.
- “24 Hours” “revived” Levski and Botev with artificial intelligence, seeAdministrator • 2021-03-01 20:46:25Like living paintings on the walls at Harry Potter's school, artificial intelligence on the internet promises to bring portraits of late relatives to life, the Thomson Reuters Foundation reported, as cited by BTA.
- 5 days cosmonauts will pressurize ISS riftAdministrator • 2021-03-01 19:42:06Work on the tightness of the crack in the intermediate chamber of the International Space Station's Zvezda module (ISS) will last five days, launching from today, TASS reported, as cited by BTA.
- World's oldest genome decoded (Infographic)Administrator • 2021-02-28 21:57:50From mammoth teeth preserved in the permafrost of eastern Siberia, the most ancient DNA in history was extracted. So there is already a genome over a million years old, shifting even further in the past the boundary in which these animals lived.
- China has over 300 satellites in orbitAdministrator • 2021-02-28 20:03:08In 2020 China has launched over 300 satellites for various applications into orbit, according to data from a recent report by the Chinese Space Science and Technology Corporation, Radio China reported.
- NASA astronauts went out into open space from MXAdministrator • 2021-02-28 19:33:36US astronauts Kate Rubbins and Victor Glover stepped out into open space from the International Space Station (ISS) for preparatory work to install new solar panels, the Associated Press reported, cited by BTA.