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New Organisms Have Been Formed Using The First Ever 6-Letter Genetic Code

This could be the beginning of a whole new life form.<p>Scientists have engineered the first ever 'semi-synthetic' organisms, by breeding <i>E. coli</i> …

E.coli

Nobody Knows Where A Black Hole's Information Goes

According to Google, Stephen Hawking is the most famous physicist alive, and his most famous work is the black hole information paradox. If you know one thing about physics, therefore, that’s what you should know. Before Hawking, black holes weren’t paradoxical. Yes, if you throw a book into a …

Physics

Reality Is Not What It Seems by Carlo Rovelli review – physics versus certainty

The author of the million-selling Seven Brief Lessons on Physics rails against Richard Dawkins and the science-arts split<p>Carlo Rovelli’s slim poetic meditation <i>Seven Brief Lessons on Physics</i> managed to clarify the troubling uncertainties of Einsteinian relativity, quantum theory and other physical …

Shades of Grey

What’s Inside the Infinity Stones?

Everything in the largest film franchise of all time—the Marvel Cinematic Universe—has so far been building up to one battle: Earth’s mightiest heros …

Comics

Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity Was Initially Met With a Universal Eye-Roll

Everyone has heard of Albert Einstein's special theory of relativity. Just imagine the universal explosion of praise that happened when he published …

Physics

The James Webb Space Telescope Will Truly Do What Hubble Only Dreamed Of

In 1990, NASA launched the Hubble Space Telescope. This observatory would come to revolutionize not only our scientific understanding of the Universe, but would reveal to humanity, for the first time, what our Universe actually looked like. We could peer inside the densest, most gas-and-dust-rich …

Universe

You'll Be Able To Watch A Star Explode In 2022

This could be epic 😁<p>In just five years’ time, two stars in a distant galaxy will collide, merge and then explode, and we’ll be able to watch the …

Space Exploration

A cure for all ills: what medical advances can we expect in 2017?

Miracles may not exist, but this year could see some key scientific breakthroughs. From dementia and zika to pain relief and customised drugs, here’s a look at what we may hear about this year<p><b>Lost in translation</b><p>In 2017, we can study the unimaginably small and share unimaginably vast amounts of …

Type 1 Diabetes

Astronomers have finally nailed the location of a strange and powerful signal deep in space — but they still don't know what it is

However, it wasn't clear where the bursts were coming from, or what was making them. It was assumed that they originated somewhere within the Milky Way or a nearby galaxy.<p>Thanks to new information published in the journal Nature, researchers from Cornell University, McGill University, and other …

Universe

Robots are now really stealing jobs as Japanese firm replaces staff with AI

Though we’ve always assumed certain crafts will forever remain immune to automation, it seems nowadays nobody is safe from the looming artificial intelligence invasion.<p>While a few years back the prospect of robots snatching jobs from humans might have seemed like a hackneyed plot twist from a cheap …