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'Pennichnus formosae' is believed to be the first known trace fossil produced by a sub-surface ambush predator. The significant find is giving researchers a rare up-close look at ancient “sand strikers.”
A study of astronauts' brains before heading to the International Space Station and after returning home found long-term spaceflight could cause lasting changes in brain volume and deformation of the pituitary gland.
Scientists Just Produced the World’s Thinnest Magnet Which Could Lead to Advances in Computing and Quantum Physics
The magnet is only one atom thick, but it could change the way we produce computer memory forever.
The microgravity of space impacts everything from the human body to water, and after sending arachnid astronauts to the ISS, scientists found that goes for spider webs too!
The Billionaire space & tourism race continues as Jeff Bezos preps to blast off into space! Amazelab’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
The revolutionary software could be used to find solutions for fundamental problems in biology and help scientists develop new treatments for disease.