Ayesha Putri

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The Monterrey Shipwreck: Mapping the Site

Human Journey<p>OET’s ROV Hercules mapping the Monterrey Shipwreck.<p><i>National Geographic Grantee and Texas State University Research Faculty Frederick “Fritz” Hanselmann and a team of leading archaeologists are conducting an expedition to the Monterrey Shipwreck in order to carry out the deepest</i> …

Watch and Listen to the Surprisingly Noisy Death of an Iceberg

Iceberg cracks can be louder than noises produced by supertankers, study says.<p><b>The birth of aniceberg can be violent. When they are sloughed off glaciers, these calving chunks of ice are accompanied by shotgun cracks of sound and crashing waves.</b><p><b>Once loose, icebergs drift out to sea, at the mercy of</b> …

For First Time, Astronomers Read Exoplanet's Color

Astronomers have determined that an alien planet is blue like Earth.<p><b>A giant gaseous planet that's orbiting a star 63 light-years away is a deep cobalt blue that's reminiscent of Earth's color as seen from space, scientists say, marking the first time an exoplanet's true color has been …

Archaeologists Suspect Vampire Burial; An Undead Primer

Discovery of a suspected vampire burial site is not a first for archaeologists.<p><b>When archaeologists opened an ancient grave at a highway construction site near Gliwice, Poland, they came across a scene from a horror movie: a suspected vampire burial.</b><p>Interred in the ground were skeletal remains of …

Vogue

'Big leap' towards curing blindness in stem cell study

<b>The prospect of reversing blindness has made a significant leap, according to scientists in the UK.</b><p>An animal study in the journal Nature Biotechnology showed the part of the eye which actually detects light can be repaired using stem cells.<p>The team at Moorfields Eye Hospital and University College …

Cell Biology