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Laser etched metal uses sunlight to purify sewage with an efficiency of over 100%

Laser etched, energy-absorbing, and water-absorbing metal surfaces are directly at right angles to the sun, providing an inexpensive and effective method to purify water in sunlight. The technology was developed by Guo Chunnet’s laboratory at the University of Rochester. Image source: Cao/Rochester University The Rochester researchers used ultrashort laser pulse etching to etch metals, demonstrating a method of purifying water …

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Bad weather may delay launch of UAE Mars mission from Japan-Japan Today

Bad weather may delay the launch of the UAE Mars program from Japan UAE’s first interplanetary mission to Mars is about to launch UAE hopes for success in Mars and home space Alabama-made rocket will power NASA’s Mars program this summer “Hope” and ambition drive UAE’s Mars mission BBC News View all reports from Google News Source link

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Hope Mars Mission: How to watch UAE make history on Tuesday

The Hope probe (Al Amal) will orbit Mars in a 55-day orbit to analyze its atmosphere. MBRSC The United Arab Emirates will travel to Mars for the first time on Tuesday. The Mitsubishi H-IIA booster will carry a car-sized detector, called “Al Amal” (or “Hope”), from Tegaegashima, Japan island of the North Pacific, into space and into the Red Planet. …

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology has created a soft robot gripper that eventually cannot knot and sew needles – TechCrunch

The Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology shared the results of a new project in which it constructed a two-finger robot gripper with a soft pad for special purpose And finely manipulate objects such as cables and sheets. The design of the robot is based on how humans use their fingers to do …

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, the little girl had a strong interest in all shutdowns, especially ice cream

Phoenix.com-In a new viral video, I saw a little girl from Phoenix, Arizona, who was frustrated by the lock on COVID-19. The four-year-old gave a detailed account of all the mistakes in her life during the pandemic, from the closed ice cream truck to the banned McDonald’s playground. She said: “This is unfair, because all interesting things must also be …

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Hand axe made 1.4 million years ago shows unexpected complexity-Archaeology

About 1.4 million years ago, a human in Ethiopia today worked hard to turn hippo bones into hand axes, demonstrating the commanding power of advanced “Acheran technology”, which was not developed until 500,000 years later. . Stone tools are very common in prehistoric times. The bone tools of the prehistoric era are well-known, but not common. This is because the …

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The confusing “Planet Nine” may be a black hole the size of a grapefruit

Scientists at Harvard University and the Black Hole Initiative (BHI) have developed a new method of detecting black holes that may eventually fix our solar system’s “Planet Nine” as one of the light-eating monsters. Scientists also say that if the mysterious planet is determined to be a black hole, then it is likely to be a “primitive” planet, the size …

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Scientists say the moon is younger than we thought

Just a child According to a complex new model, the moon is much younger than scientists previously thought, about 85 million years ago. Considering how long the moon has gone, this is not a dramatic change. The study was published in a Friday issue Scientific progress, Adjusted the age of the moon from 4.51 billion years to 4.425 billion, and …

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Researchers worry that bees are facing a pandemic triggered by petal-borne fungal infections

Researchers worry that bees will spread through petals during pollination. This fungus is facing a global pandemic. Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder studied bees infected with snot Nosema is a single cell parasite that emits spores that form fungi Different variants of fungi infect bees all over the world Researchers worry that this new fungus will trigger a …

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