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These shape-shifting robot fish swim through the body to attack cancer

November 23rd, 2021

Scientists have been looking for new ways to treat cancer for years now. Newly developed shape-shifting robots could provide a new avenue for treatment. The new robots are shaped like fish and can deliver drugs directly to the affected cells. This could help alleviate side effects from cancer-fighting treatments like chemotherapy. Once the technology is …

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Why evidence of life on Mars could be fake

November 18th, 2021

We’ve already seen geological evidence that suggests Mars could have been habitable billions of years ago. A new study in the Journal of the Geological Society could call that evidence into question, though. Some of the fossils found on Mars thus far could be made up of non-living processes, researchers say. The study notes that …

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Scientists invented a patch that administers vaccines without a shot

November 11th, 2021

Scientists might have found a better way to administer vaccines that doesn’t require a needle. According to TheBrighterSide, scientists at Stanford University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have created a vaccine patch that they say provides greater protection than a standard shot. The patch, which is 3D-printed, needs to be applied …

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NASA is tracking a 1,000-foot-tall asteroid that’s headed towards Earth

November 11th, 2021

NASA scientists have issued a warning about a “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid” (PHA) that will fly close to earth in mid-December. The asteroid is larger than 90 percent of asteroids, according to Daily Record, but still smaller than some of the larger reported asteroids. Thankfully, the asteroid won’t come close enough to our planet to do …

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Futuristic brain implant lets you type words just by thinking

November 10th, 2021

Scientists at Stanford have developed a brain implant that allowed a man with paralyzed hands to “type” words just by thinking them. The group originally published its work in Nature in May, with a full presentation released at a recent science teleconference called the WE Summit. According to the findings, the man was able to …