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Biology professor launches project to scan, digitize all of more than 25,000 fish species in world

Biology professor launches project to scan, digitize all of more than 25,000 fish species in world

Adam Summers, biology professor at University of Washington, doesn’t need to persuade hospital staff anymore to use their CT scanners for visualizing the inner structures of stingrays and other fish.

Previous fall, he installed a small computed tomography, or CT, scanner at the UW’s Friday Harbor Laboratories on San Juan Island in Washington State and started an ambitious project to scan and digitize all of over 25,000 species worldwide.

Here’s How This Solar Cell converts Atmospheric CO2 into Usable Fuel

Here’s How This Solar Cell converts Atmospheric CO2 into Usable Fuel

Atmospheric carbon dioxide can be used to produce usable fuel, suggested a new study. Researchers created a unique solar cell which uses sunlight and converts CO2 into hydrocarbon fuel.

NASA’s NuSTAR reaches Step Closer to Identify Massive X-ray Bursting Black Holes

NASA’s NuSTAR reaches Step Closer to Identify Massive X-ray Bursting Black Holes

Black hole, a region in the universe where gravity’s force is so strong that even light could not escape, has been a mystery for science since it was predicted for the first time. Earlier, it was speculated that such gigantic holes in the space are a source of radiations spreading the universe. Scientists call this phenomenon ‘the cosmic X-ray background’.

Uber to invest $500 Million for coming up with its own internal mapping system

Uber to invest $500 Million for coming up with its own internal mapping system

Uber no more wants to be dependent on third-party data for maps. Therefore, the ride-hailing service will come up with its own internal mapping system for which it will invest $500. At the moment, Uber drivers have to rely on Google Maps. Sometimes, there is not sufficient information in them.

1.7-million-year-old cancerous bone shows cancer is ancient health problem

1.7-million-year-old cancerous bone shows cancer is ancient health problem

A 1.7 million-year-old bone that shows evidence of cancer represents the oldest-known malignant tumor found in a human ancestor. The fossilized foot bone was of a hominin, a now extinct relative of modern humans.

Between 1960 and 1980, the fossil was excavated from South Africa’s Swartkrans cave. But the tumor was not detected at that time. Researchers have scanned the ancient bone in sections and came up with a detailed 3D image.

Philips introduces five new health gadgets with FDA recognition

Philips introduces five new health gadgets with FDA recognition

Philips has made a solid entry into the US connected health market with five new gadgets. The best part of these features being launched today is that all of them have been recognized by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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