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today at 00:04. Facebook
Once upon a time “computers” were human, most were women, and come the 1950s some of them were black – and they were charting a path to the moon

Lost in space: Two books on the forgotten women of astroscience

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New Scientist
yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
Once upon a time “computers” were human, most were women, and come the 1950s some of them were black – and they were charting a path to the moon

Lost in space: Two books on the forgotten women of astroscience

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New Scientist
yesterday at 12:56. Facebook
In the mid-20th century, when discrimination and segregation were rife, a number of black women were making their mark at NASA. Here are just a few

When computers were human: the black women behind NASA’s success

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yesterday at 11:55. Facebook
A heat-sensing membrane could be applied to robots like a Westworld-style “skin dip” and give them the ability to detect human bodies from a distance

Robot skin senses warm bodies like a snake locating nearby prey

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yesterday at 11:19. Facebook
Trump has signalled his desire to follow the UK in eroding online privacy. From Tor's hidden dangers to the right secure chat apps, here’s how to stay under the radar

Resisting Trump: How to survive the coming surveillance state

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yesterday at 10:18. Facebook
Once upon a time “computers” were human, most were women, and come the 1950s some of them were black – and they were charting a path to the moon

Lost in space: Two books on the forgotten women of astroscience

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yesterday at 08:09. Facebook
The Large Magellanic Cloud is encircled by bright young stars that are likely to have formed after another galaxy powered past, compressing gas

Intergalactic collision birthed a sparkling ring of young stars

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yesterday at 07:08. Facebook
In the mid-20th century, when discrimination and segregation were rife, a number of black women were making their mark at NASA. Here are just a few

When computers were human: the black women behind NASA’s success

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yesterday at 06:07. Facebook
In deeply divided 1950s America, how did Katherine Johnson become the one person astronauts would trust to get them into orbit? Discover her amazing story

Gifted and black: The brilliant woman who got the US into space

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yesterday at 05:37. Facebook
A heat-sensing membrane could be applied to robots like a Westworld-style “skin dip” and give them the ability to detect human bodies from a distance

Robot skin senses warm bodies like a snake locating nearby prey

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yesterday at 05:06. Facebook
A nano-powder made from eggshells has been turned into a device using ReRAM, a type of memory that could offer fast, efficient computer data storage

Recycled eggshells can be used for next-gen data storage

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yesterday at 04:35. Facebook
They may be manipulative, dishonest and callous, but the typical psychopath is no Hannibal Lecter. In fact, they tend to get lower scores on intelligence tests

Real-life psychopaths actually have below-average intelligence

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yesterday at 03:40. Facebook
The aquatic sharpshooters are famous for blasting powerful jets at insects above the surface – now experiments show they targetunderwater prey, too

Spitting archerfish shoot at prey above and beneath the water

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yesterday at 02:40. Facebook
The Large Magellanic Cloud is encircled by bright young stars that are likely to have formed after another galaxy powered past, compressing gas

Intergalactic collision birthed a sparkling ring of young stars

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yesterday at 01:40. Facebook
Start-ups use sensors and machine learning to do “predictive maintenance”, spotting faults in building systems like heating and air con before they crash

Smart buildings predict when critical systems are about to fail

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yesterday at 01:05. Facebook
Are Scottish scholars plumbing new depths of fried food? Plus roadside assistance keeps averages moving, in the dark over energy saving bulbs, and more

Feedback: Food researchers greasing the wheels of progress

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New Scientist
yesterday at 00:05. Facebook
In the mid-20th century, when discrimination and segregation were rife, a number of black women were making their mark at NASA. Here are just a few

When computers were human: the black women behind NASA’s success

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New Scientist
01/20/2017 at 23:05. Facebook
A heat-sensing membrane could be applied to robots like a Westworld-style “skin dip” and give them the ability to detect human bodies from a distance

Robot skin senses warm bodies like a snake locating nearby prey

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New Scientist
01/20/2017 at 22:05. Facebook
They may be manipulative, dishonest and callous, but the typical psychopath is no Hannibal Lecter. In fact, they tend to get lower scores on intelligence tests

Real-life psychopaths actually have below-average intelligence

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New Scientist
01/20/2017 at 21:33. Facebook
The Large Magellanic Cloud is encircled by bright young stars that are likely to have formed after another galaxy powered past, compressing gas

Intergalactic collision birthed a sparkling ring of young stars

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