First satellite to collect space junk set deployed from ISS First satellite to collect space junk set deployed from ISS  The Siasat DailyRemoveDEBRIS satellite to begin tests in collecting space junk  Digital JournalBritish-built satellite on mission to test ways to collect space junk  CGTN (press release)Full coverage Science - Google News
NASA Study Figures Out Why Greenland's Glaciers Melting At Different Speeds NASA Study Figures Out Why Greenland's Glaciers Melting At Different Speeds  Sunrise NewsNASA Study Explains Why Greenland Glaciers Are Melting At Radically Different Rates  I4U NewsNASA Discovered Why Greenland's Glaciers Are Melting at Different Speeds  InverseFull coverage Science - Google News
'Happy Birthday from space!' Pinoy students chat with astronaut 'Happy Birthday from space!' Pinoy students chat with astronaut  Inquirer.net“I am not defined by this.” NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps talks about being pulled from the ISS mission  Yahoo NewsSpaceX test-fires reused rocket in preparation for space station cargo mission  Spaceflight NowFull coverage Science - Google News
Game-changing AI tool can predict cloud responses to climate Game-changing AI tool can predict cloud responses to climate  Earth.comHow AI will revolutionize climate science: Experts say machine learning could dramatically improve predictions  Daily MailFull coverage Science - Google News
Wedding ring lost at bottom of lake for two months reunited with owner after water drained Wedding ring lost at bottom of lake for two months reunited with owner after water drained  Mirror.co.ukLost wedding ring found as Marine Lake drained  ZlotoNewsFull coverage Science - Google News
Tusk of 12000-year-old woolly mammoth dug up in Staffordshire quarry Tusk of 12000-year-old woolly mammoth dug up in Staffordshire quarry  The SunFull coverage Science - Google News
There Could Be Thousands Of Unconfirmed Near-Earth Objects According To Scientists There Could Be Thousands Of Unconfirmed Near-Earth Objects According To Scientists  Tech TimesNasa steps up to defend Earth from asteroid attack  India TodayAsteroid WARNING: Danger space rocks will wipe out ENTIRE cities leaving millions dead  Daily StarArmageddon (1998) - Full Cast & Crew ... Science - Google News
Marine plastic: Hundreds of fragments in dead seabirds
Flesh-footed shearwater chicks are starving to death because of plastic, a BBC documentary reveals. BBC News - Science & Environment
Meet the spiderlike robot that teaches coding
Programming robots can be difficult but this little robot tries to change that. The hexapod comes with its own operating system that allows people to easily program commands for the robot. The developers hope Hexa will be a pathway into ... Science Museum
Dust storm on Mars now encircles entire planet, Nasa says Dust storm on Mars now encircles entire planet, Nasa says  The IndependentWeather got you down? The entire planet of Mars is buried in a dust storm right now.  Popular Science'If we drill deeper we can find clues about possible life on Mars,' ... Science - Google News
Why does India's air look different from space?
Europe's Sentinel-5P satellite tracks formaldehyde emissions in the air over the Indian sub-continent. BBC News - Science & Environment
VAT: European Commission welcomes adoption of new tools to combat fraud in the EU European Commission - Press release Brussels, 22 June 2018 The Commission has welcomed the general approach* reached by EU Member States today on new tools to close loopholes in the EU's Value Added Tax (VAT) system. These inconsistencies can lead ... Press releases - RSS
Cyan colour hidden ingredient in sleep
Adding or removing the colour cyan can have an impact on sleep, according to biologists. BBC News - Science & Environment
Mystery extinct ape found in ancient Chinese tomb
The discovery of a prehistoric pet gibbon suggests humans pushed apes to extinction far back in history. BBC News - Science & Environment
Koko: Gorilla who mastered sign language dies in California
Koko is said to have been able to communicate thoughts and feelings using more than 1,000 hand signs. BBC News - Science & Environment
The 'Baby' that ushered in modern computer age
Scientists are celebrating the birth 70 years ago of a machine that kick-started the modern computer age. BBC News - Science & Environment
Science Museum Group Annual Review 2017-2018
Over the past financial year, the Science Museum Group has celebrated science, technology and engineering with more than five million people, ground breaking exhibitions such as Illuminating India , diverse events , along with exhibitions that have travelled the world.

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How smart socks revolutionise physiotherapy
In remote parts of Australia, accessing physiotherapy is difficult. Socks could be the solution. Physiotherapists often have to rely on teleconsultations to assess their patients' progress but it's hard to pick up subtle differences in movement on a 2D screen.

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The Race to build a Quantum Computer
An interview between Prof John Morton, a quantum technologist at University College London and Roger Highfield of the Science Museum in 2018 to discuss the commercial interest in quantum computers, ‘quantum supremacy’ and more. Science Museum
Questions and Answers on the Customs and Fiscalis programme European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 8 June 2018 CUSTOMS PROGRAMME What is the Customs programme? The Customs programme supports the essential cooperation between customs authorities across the EU and protects the financial and economic interests of the European Union ... Press releases - RSS

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