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Face recognition struggles to recognise us after five years of

As we age, our faces change, becoming slowly different from images used for facial recognition – so new photos may be needed more frequently to maintain accuracy and security ...

Byzantine solar eclipse records illuminate obscure history of Earth’s rotation

Witnessing a total solar eclipse is an unforgettable experience and may have been even more impressive throughout history before we were able to understand and accurately predict their occurrence. But the historical records of these remarkable astronomical spectacles are...

New Tool Helps Predict Where Wildfire Smoke Will Blow

Better satellite coverage of wildfires and improved climate models are giving scientists a more accurate view of smoke plumes as they drift across the country. These kinds of advances, they say, can help provide earlier warnings to residents endangered...

Cat’s Eye Nebula seen in 3D

A side-by-side comparison of the three-dimensional model of...

NASA is finally ready to launch the huge SLS rocket

NASA’s Space Launch System, the most powerful rocket ever built, is scheduled to launch for the first time on 29 August in the Artemis I mission around the moon ...

The radical new experiments that hint at plant consciousness

It’s a wild idea, but recent experiments suggest plants may have the ability to learn and make decisions. Are the claims true and if so, what does it mean for our understanding of consciousness and the human mind? ...

How old is that fingerprint?

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Real-time measurement of high-speed airflow, 20 times faster than conventional

A research group has developed, and now successfully tested, a new method to measure fluid flow velocities. Sparse processing particle image velocimetry (SPPIV) optimizes conventional measurement ways, and has succeeded in calculating real-time, high-speed fluid flow. Details of the...

Second-hand smoke a possible asthma risk for future generations, study

Children are more likely to develop asthma if their father was exposed to second-hand smoke when he was a child, according to a study published today in the European Respiratory Journal. Led by University of Melbourne researchers, Mr Jiacheng...

NASA Unveils Candidate Landing Sites for Artemis Astronauts

We now know where on the moon NASA astronauts will set foot after more than 50 years' absence. The agency announced 13 potential landing regions for its Artemis 3 mission during a news conference held on Friday (Aug....
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