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The Largest Asteroid that Passed by Earth this Year was Moving Very Fast

NASA predicted that the largest asteroid to closely pass by the Earth would move at a safe distance. Although considered safe, it could pose danger in the future.

Giant Piece of Space Junk Expected to Crash into Earth this Weekend

A huge piece of space junk weighing several tons is currently out of control. Parts of it are expected to crash down to Earth over the next weekend.

IBM Takes The Wraps Off World’s First 2nm Chipset

It's rare to see IBM making headlines in the consumer electronics department, but today it's for good...

Unique Mode of Cancer Cell Migration Observed on Soft and Squishy Surfaces

Engineers from Stanford found a unique mode of cancer cell migration on soft and squishy materials that are similar to biological tissues. Find out more.

World’s Largest Airplane in Line to Launch Space Vehicles

The Stratolaunch will be used to launch rockets and space vehicles from high atmospheric locations into the stars. Find out more about this massive airplane!

3D ‘Lung-on-a-Chip’ Model: New Therapy Testing for COVID-19

Researchers have designed a 3D "lung-on-a-chip" model that replicates human alveolar lung tissue to test new therapies for Covid-19 and other lung conditions.

New Research Reveals Tyrannosaurs Could Have Lived in Packs

New research revealed that tyrannosaurs may not be solitary predators as previously believed, but lived in packs like wolves.

Scientists Create Music Out of Spider Webs, May Enable Human-Spider Interaction

In a new study from MIT focusing on merging a spider's web and technology, the researchers have managed to translate a spider's web into music.