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Созданные с помощью 3D-печати приспособления позволили восстановить повреждённые нервы

Группа исследователей из США сумела при помощи 3D-печати и трёхмерного моделирования создать приспособление, которое позволяет повреждённым нервам …

Австралийские лингвисты попытались описать язык алгебраическими методами

Исследователи из Австралии выяснили, насколько точно можно описывать семантические связи между двумя словами, если представлять их в виде векторов и …

#Video: Watch a slideshow of the images that caught our attention this week. #WhatWeLiked | On the #lake by @catherinekarnow | A remote #community by @gianlucacolla | #CrownFountain by @jakwonderly | #Lookout tower by @mhansonphoto

From @natgeoadventure's #NGAEverestTakeover EVEREST REVEALED [10/12] by @Renan_Ozturk // Meet Yangee Doma Sherpa, born and raised in the Everest region. Unlike a lot of Sherpas who mostly just climb for the money, she has a much deeper motivation. When she was young her father died on Everest, lost in a crevasse between camp 1 and 2. After his death, life for her family wasn’t easy. She was forced to quit school and stay at home to take care of her grandmother. As she grew up, her burning desire to climb Everest was not only a way to honor her father, but also an opportunity for a better life. She was a part of my expedition team in 2014, and I witnessed her say goodbye to her grandmother that season, telling her she was going “trekking” so she wouldn’t worry. In this photo, Yangee, like most climbers and characters in #EverestMovie, is performing a “puja,” a Buddhist ritual, before heading to base camp to Chomolungma, the mother goddess, in hopes of safe passage. For the next few days, we'll be posting amazing images from Everest, sponsored by @EverestMovie. We'll also be making a donation to the @dZifoundation to aid in the post-earthquake disaster efforts in Nepal. #EverestMovie #Everest #NGAEverestTakeover

People of Papua New Guinea Part 10 Almost all the tribes there are pretty much addicted to this drug called betel nut. You chew it and it turns your mouth a deep blood red... so it's pretty easy to tell who is on it. It's pretty accepted everywhere and not illegal. Even some policemen and judges use it quite a bit (we had dinner with a judge and got the full scoop!). It's a green nut and you can buy it on any street corner for just a few cents. You also nee to have a bag of lime powder and a bean-like green called mustard (daka). You mix all of them together in your mouth and have a full-on party in there. See you guys at the Photo Walk tomorrow in San Francisco — more at http

What kind of adventures will you embark on this weekend? Photo by @gohere_dothis #traveldeeper

Photo @jasonedwardsng A colony of branching lavender-white Tree Coral polyps feeding on a deep reef known as the Great White Wall. It is considered one of the most famous dive sites in the South Pacific. Somosomo Strait, Fiji @ilcp_photographers @natgeo @natgeocreative #RainbowReef #corals #scuba #taveuni #Fiji #underwaterphotography

The People’s Choice winner of the @thephotosociety August 2015 Instagram Contest is @solidfoto with this amazing image of early morning waves! By the end of the voting period this image received over 45,000 likes! @solidfoto will receive a @SanDisk Extreme 500 Portable SSD for this win! Be sure to follow our friends at @SanDisk for more great imagery and products! Thank you to everyone who participated in this contest. Be sure to keep checking in with @thephotosociety to know wh

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Photo by @ChrisBickford @NatGeoTravel. Saturday, September 19th, is International Observe the Moon Night. All around the world, thousands of high-powered telescopes will be made available for public viewing of La Bella Luna. The night kicks off a very auspicious time in lunar activity, as this month will see the fourth lunar eclipse in 16 months, and a super-moon (the closest the moon gets to the earth in its orbit) coinciding with a harvest moon (the last full moon before the fall equinox). You can check for viewing stations near you at ObserveTheMoonNight's website, or you can just walk outside, look to the sky, and reflect on how this magnificent orb shapes life on planet earth. Don't forget your camera...oh right, you're holding it in your hand. #observethemoonnight #OBX @natgeocreative #chrisbickford