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Watch Blue Origin launch its reusable New Shepard rocket live, with a key NASA system test on board

Blue Origin is set to return to active flight today, after a hiatus of nearly a year since its last-place opening in December 2019. Today’s propel is a mission for the company’s New Shepard reusable sub-orbital rocket- a record-setting sixth flight for this particular rocket, which first flew and moored back in December 2017. Today’s […]

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New Oxford machine learning-based COVID-19 test can provide results in under 5 minutes

Oxford scientists working out of the school’s Department of Physics have developed a new type of COVID-1 9 research that can detect SARS-CoV-2 with a high degree of accuracy, instantly in tests taken from cases, consuming a machine learning-based approach that could help sidestep test supply restraints, and that also offers advantages when it comes […]

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MIT engineers develop a totally flat fisheye lens that could make wide-angle cameras easier to produce

Engineers at MIT, in cooperation with the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, have devised a method to build a camera lens that escapes the normal spherical arc of ultra-wide-angle glass, while still providing true optical fisheye deformation. The fisheye lens is relatively specialist, raising likeness that can cover as wide an region as 180 measures […]

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Made In Space is sending the first ceramic manufacturing facility in space to the ISS next week

In-space manufacturing company Made In Space is propagandizing the envelope on what can, well, be made in space with its next goal- which is set to launch aboard a Northrop Grumman International Space Station( ISS) resupply operation provide for next Tuesday. Aboard that open is likely to be Made In Space’s Turbine Ceramic Manufacturing Module( […]

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Take a closer look at Elon Musk’s Neuralink surgical robot

While the science was front-and-center in Elon Musk’s representation about Neuralink, his human brain computer inference company, the surgical robot the company debuted made a splash of its own. The rounded polycarbonate sci-fi design of the mentality surgeon bot looks like something out of the Portal franchise, but it’s actually the creation of Vancouver-based industrial […]

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The race to building a fully functional quantum stack

David Cowan Contributor Share on Twitter David Cowan is cooperating at Bessemer Venture Partners and one of the world’s resulting investors across mas infrastructure, cybersecurity, consumer and space technology. More poles by this donor Space is open for business SpaceTech Is Venture Capital’s Final Frontier Tomer Diari Contributor Share on Twitter Tomer Diari is a […]

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India’s first private space launch startup Skyroot succeeds with upper stage engine fire test

The private infinite propel industry has expanded vastly since the introduction of SpaceX, but some sells, like India, are just now getting the regulatory support to clear the way for private participates to participate. Now that those impediments are coming down, nonetheless, private start startup Skyroot is leaping onward on its way to becoming the […]

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R&D Roundup: Supercomputer COVID-19 insights, ionic spiderwebs, the whiteness of AI

I see far more research articles than I are potentially write up. This column obtains the more interesting of those newspapers and advances, together with mentions on why they may prove important in the world of tech and startups. This week: supercomputers take on COVID-1 9, beetle knapsacks, artificial spiderwebs, the “overwhelming whiteness” of AI […]

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Take a first look inside Virgin Galactic’s spacecraft for private astronauts

As part of its continued preparations to begin its commercial passenger spaceflight operations, Virgin Galactic has exposed the final motif the interior cabin of its VSS Unity spacecraft. The company launched the interiors during a virtual happen today, and offered members of the press( myself included) a special tour of the interior in VR. The […]

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NASA pays out $51 million to small businesses with big ideas

NASA has announced its latest batch of small business grants, more than 300 customs a total of $51 million in crucial early-stage funding. These” phase I ” projects receive up to $ 125,000 to help bring new technologies to market. The Small Business Innovation Research/ Technology Transfer planneds facilitate financiers and founders modulation the performance […]

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