Blood-repellent metal could lead to safer implants
Your body would be less likely to reject this specially crafted titanium.
Brain scans shed light on an extinct species
The Tasmanian tiger has been gone for decades, but that isn't preventing modern science from making discoveries.
Dwarf planet Ceres' surface isn't what scientists expected
It's a hint at origins near the very edge of the Solar System.
Scientists prove that microbes could survive on Mars
A group of microorganisms called methanogens survived harsh Mars-like conditions in the lab.
SpaceX is launching one of its last disposable rockets
They should all be reusable after this.
ESA wants to know why Galileo satellites' clocks stopped working
Because satellite navigation systems need precise atomic clocks to work properly.
Europe's space agency plans to launch a space-weather satellite
It could provide a unique view of the sun and lead to more accurate coronal mass ejection predictions.
Obama's legacy: The most tech-savvy president
He opened the door for Silicon Valley nerdiness in the White House.
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