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A weapon as legendary as the dagger of King Tutankhamun needs an epic backstory, and last year X-ray analysis showed that the iron in the blade came from meteorites. Now a study has found that the artifact was far from alone as all iron tools dating back to the Bronze Age have otherworldly origins.   Read more

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​Known as biofouling, the accumulation of barnacles and other marine organisms on ships' hulls greatly decreases their hydrodynamic efficiency. Thanks to a new paint, however, removing those greeblies may soon be as simple as periodically wiping the ship's hull with a sponge.   Read more

Lambo is calling this a “Super SUV” and that might not be too far off the mark. The Urus produces 650 hp (478 kW) under a weight-to-power ratio that only a supercar could boast. Carbon ceramic brakes and a switch to engage “EGO” mode tells us exactly what this SUV is for.   Read more

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​​The basic idea of an LED learning system is to show students where to put fretting fingers to form chords or play songs, and most importantly – when. We've seen a few concepts come and go, but FretX has actually made it into production. We slid a FretX under some strings and got our strum on.​​   Read more

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It's been a long journey for NASA's James Webb Space Telescope. Almost two decades in the making, the world's largest space telescope to be has edged closer to the launchpad, passing a series of cryogenic tests designed to simulate the harsh space environment.   Read more

​Stem cells have incredible potential for regenerative medicine, but getting hold of them can be tricky. Amniotic fluid may be a plentiful source, and now scientists in Sweden have developed a device to collect the fluid during delivery of a baby by caesarean section, to safely harvest stem cells.   Read more

Although showing some signs of wear after eight decades of use, the wooden escalators of Sydney's Wynyard Station aren't done just yet. Repurposed as a twisting installation by local artist Chris Fox, the heritage timber structures now hang from the ceiling as spectacular heritage-inspired artwork.   Read more

​One of the key measures of aerobic fitness lies in how quickly the body is able to draw oxygen from the blood. While previous studies suggest that males generally outperform females when it comes to children and older adults, a new study indicates that younger women consistently outdo younger men.   Read more

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​​One year ago at TechCrunch Disrupt in London, Volkswagen launched a dedicated company focused on future mobility services called Moia. At this year's TechCrunch Disrupt in Berlin, the spin-off has unveiled its very first vehicle, an all-electric six-seater built for the ride-sharing age. ​   Read more

​Two new studies led by researchers at the University of Illinois have delivered evidence that the composition of gut bacteria can be changed by exercise alone. The studies build on an increasing body of evidence affirming the role of exercise in determining the makeup of a person's gut microbiome.   Read more

​There's no denying that some synthesizers can be very pricey monsters, but there are quite a few that you can carry around in your pocket. Now the UK's WS Audio has developed a synth in a USB stick, which is claimed to be the world's smallest analog synthesizer.​   Read more

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