Microfossils ancestor in China News Science 

Human’s earliest known ancestor found in China

A microscopic bag-like sea creature found in China is believed to be our earliest known ancestor according to research published in the journal Nature. The 540 million year old microfossil, Saccorhytus coronarius, was analysed by a range of experts from several leading universities including Cambridge and Northwest, and is now thought to be the common ancestor of a very large... Read More
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European Space Agency’s SmallGEO platform reaches orbit

A week after the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) latest meteorological satellite went online ,the European Space Agency (ESA) has successfully launched and put into orbit its’ SmallGEO platform after blasting off from Kourou, French Guiana. The satellite will now use its own thrusters in order to reach its geostationary orbit, over 36,000 miles above the equator. Read More
online chatbots News Science Technology 

Can Chatbots Bring You Back To Life After Death?

The old saying goes, “only two things in life are certain: death and taxes.” But with the development of digital “surrogates” using realistic chatbots, death as we know it might be coming into question sooner than we think. As reported by Quartz, we are almost at the point where it would be possible to recreate someone’s personality using their digital... Read More
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NOAA’s GOES-16 satellite set to become one of the most important meteorological tools in the world

Two months after being launched from Cape Canaveral, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) newest weather satellite has sent back stunning pictures of planet Earth, and has given scientists — and the public alike — a preview of its’ high-resolution camera work. Read More

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