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You Can Lead A Martian Theory to Water, But…

According to researchers at Rutgers University, a geological structure, dubbed “Razorback“, filmed by the Mars rover Opportunity, is unlikely to be evidence of fluid flow as previously suspected by NASA researchers. These recent findings, published in thePhysical Review of Letters, regarding the possibility of water on Mars may show the folly in making assumptions about […]

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Howzat! Cricket Hairing Aids

In a recent development in bionics, scientists have replicated a powerful feature of the humble cricket that could lead to a new generation of cochlear implants, among other applications. The tiny hairs found on body parts of crickets are one of nature’s most sensitive sound detectors. This is a lucky thing for the cricket, because […]

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