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Terradepth raises $8 million to build a fleet of autonomous deep-ocean...

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Plenty of the ocean remains unexplored, even though it’s a huge trove of potentially valuable information. Current methods for mapping and gathering ocean data,...

Blue Origin moves closer to human spaceflight with 12th New Shepard...

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Jeff Bezos -founded Blue Origin has recorded another successful mission for its New Shepard sub-orbital launch vehicle, which is a key step as it...

Alphabet’s X details a garbage-sorting bot that’s part of its plan...

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Alphabet subsidiary X, which is the former Google X, focuses exclusively on ambitious “moonshots,” or applications of tech you might expect are science fiction,...

SpaceX starts building out its production Starlink constellation

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There’s literally a lot more stuff in space than there was last week – or at least, the number of active human-made satellites in...

Army photogrammetry technique makes 3D aerial maps in minutes

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Aerial imagery is a common asset in military matters, but 3D maps can be difficult to collect on short notice without specialized equipment. This...

D-Wave sticks with its approach to quantum computing

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Earlier this month, at the WebSummit conference in Lisbon, D-Wave and Volkswagen teamed up to manage a fleet of buses using a new system...

Stingray-inspired spacecraft could eventually probe the atmosphere of Venus

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NASA’s next Venus probe could be an atmosphere-skimming robotic stingray designed by the University of Buffalo. UB’s CRASH Lab, which is the institution’s Crashworthinesss...

SpaceX launches re-flown fairing for the first time and breaks a...

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SpaceX successfully launched its first batch of production Starlink satellites today, sending 60 of the small satellites to their target orbit aboard a Falcon...

MIT’s ‘mini cheetah’ robots frolic, fall, flip – and play soccer...

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MIT’s Biomimetics Robotics department took a whole herd of its new ‘mini cheetah’ robots out for a group demonstration on campus recently – and...

Microsoft uses AI to diagnose cervical cancer faster in India

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More women in India die from cervical cancer than in any other country. This preventable disease kills around 67,000 women in India every year,...