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MeTro surgical glue can seal wounds on both organs and skin

A new surgical glue dubbed MeTro and developed by scientists at the University of Sydney promises to seal up wounds on organs and skin quickly.

#MeTro #Science #SurgicalGlue #Medicine #Health

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Amazon being sued over possible faulty solar eclipse glasses

Amazon and many other retailers sold millions of solar eclipse glasses, now one couple is suing claiming their glasses were defective.
#Amazon #solareclipse #eclipse #youllshootyoureyeout #lawsuit #science #technews

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Here’s how I safely captured photos of the 2017 solar eclipse

Watching the great solar eclipse of 2017 was a rewarding experience for many. Here's how I safely captured my photos of the 2017 solar eclipse.
#SolarEclipse2017 #Eclipse #SolarEclipse #Science #photography #photos

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Solar eclipse glasses are hard to find and selling at a premium price

August 21st is the day much of the U.S will get to witness a solar eclipse but you can only do that with solar eclipse glasses which are hard to find cheap.
#solareclipse #science #NASA #technology #ebay #eclipse

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Scientists are developing a portable biobattery that’s fueled by spit

Battery technologies are being worked on all over the world and one group of scientists is working on a biobattery fueled by spit.
#spit #power #battery #batteries #technology #science #research

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The first exomoon may have been spotted

A team of astronomers led by Dr. David Kipping — assistant professor at Columbia University — spotted what could be the first exomoon orbiting an exoplanet.
#science #astronomy #exomoon #moons #stars #coolspacethings #technology

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ICARUS neutrino detector crawls its way to Fermilab at 20mph

The ICARUS neutrino detector was made at INFN in Italy and refurbished at CERN in Switzerland and will be arriving at Fermilab soon.

#Science #ICARUS #NeutrinoDetector #Fermilab #CERN

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers signs $46 million USD coastal mapping contract

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Mobile District, has contracted with WMR-532 to provide bathymetric and topographic lidar and imagery.

#Science #ArmyCorpofEngineers #CoastalMapping #Lidar #Topography

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Science answers the important question: Why does our luggage become unbalanced and fall over?

Researchers in Paris have gotten to the bottom of this phenomenon, with extensive testing to show exactly why your luggage becomes unstable.

#Science #Luggage #Suitcases #Travel #Airports

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NASA’s newest experiment will be shooting colorful vapors in the night sky

It wouldn't be science without any kind of experiment to test out your theory and NASA is — once again — trying something pretty neat in the name of science.
#NASA #science #technology #space

http://techaeris.com/2017/06/13/nasas-newest-experiment-will-be-shooting-colorful-vapors-in-the-night-sky/
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