- They created a device that kills COVID-19 in half a minuteAdministrator • 2021-01-12 01:11:26In Japan, they developed a portable apparatus that can destroy 99.99 percent COVID viruses, writes Mainichi.
- Scientists doubt the existence of dark matterAdministrator • 2021-01-12 00:20:53Scientists from the United States, Britain and the Republic of Korea express a suggestion that dark matter does not exist. Their study, according to which people may not fully understand the laws of gravity, was published in the magazine. “Astrophysicle Journal,” BTA quoted.
- Inaugurated China's first autonomous car test facility with underground parkingAdministrator • 2021-01-11 23:09:24China's first autonomous car test base, with six practical scenarios, including residential area, industrial, urban and commercial areas, a university district and of natural landmarks, opened in Shanghai on Saturday. It aims to accelerate the development of the intelligently connected car industry.
- Holders of some breeds of dogs are more attractiveAdministrator • 2021-01-11 22:08:06A dog can help its owner find a mate, but not all breeds are of equal pull for the opposite sex, reported in. The Daily Mail.
- Russia to test “Sputnik Light” version of its vaccineAdministrator • 2021-01-11 21:34:17Russia will conduct clinical trials with the Sputnik Light single-dose vaccine, of its Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine, which is put on twice, Reuters reported.
- Traffic traffic police scum all drivers: Apps suggestive of radar are...Administrator • 2021-01-10 22:14:28Applications that hint at where there is a camera with traffic police radar are not necessarily bad - they also have a preventive effect.
- Chinese weather modification drone made its maiden flightAdministrator • 2021-01-10 21:49:40China's first weather-modifying drone “Ganlin-1” carried out its maiden flight successfully from Jinchang Airport in Gansu province, Radio China reported.
- China's probe will enter Mars orbit on February 10Administrator • 2021-01-08 22:10:14The Chinese probe will enter Mars orbit on February 10, the Chinese Space Science and Technology Corporation said. It will perform a “stop” manoeuvre so it can be captured by gravity on the Red Planet.