About one year ago, the U.S. space agency NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft left our solar system. Several reports recently releasedin Nature Astronomydescribe the spacecraft’s main scientific findings.NASA says Voyager 2’s m
More than 11,000 scientists are warning that the Earth, in their words, "clearly and unequivocally faces a climate emergency."超过11000名科学家发出了警告,用他们的话来说是,地球“显然并且毫无疑问地遇到了气候紧急状况。”The scientists represent several fields of st
A new study has found that the number of young Americans who watch online videos each day has more than doubled in the past four years.The findings were based on a survey of about 1,700 young people aged 8 to 18. Results were r
Astronauts on the International Space Station will soon test a new oven for making chocolate chip cookies.A spaceship carrying the cooking equipment and other supplies was launched Saturday from the Wallops Flight Fac
Japan is known for creating unusual high-tech products across many different industries. One place to experience an example of such development is in some of the country’s public bathrooms. 日本素以在许多不同行业创造出独特的高科技产品而闻名。
Officials from around the world have agreed to support a sharp increase in hydrogen technology. 来自世界各地的官员们同意支持氢技术的大幅增长。 Japan announced Wednesday that energy ministers or delegates from 30 countries are supporting a
Facial recognition technology is already widely used by governments, law enforcement and some advertising companies. The technology uses machine learning tools to search for faces in an attempt to identify people. Now
For three days a week, Wayne Garcia has been taking part in a nontraditional exercise. 韦恩·加西亚每周有3天都在参加一项非传统的运动。 He starts by putting on virtual reality (VR) equipment on his head. He then gets on a specially designed exe
Apple launch events usually involve new products and product improvements, along with higher prices for some devices. But at the launch event this week, the company announced a number of new products without raising pr
Liz O’Sullivan says she felt lucky when she started working at the artificial intelligence, or AI company Clarifai in 2017. The New York City-based business develops computer systems that do work that normally requires hu
American police have long used breathalyzer equipment to test the blood alcohol level of drivers. Now, with more states legalizing the use of marijuana, similar devices are being developed to measure other drug levels i
Paul Hildreth looked at images from security cameras set up at schools in Fulton County, Georgia. He began watching a video of a woman walking inside one of the school buildings. The top of her clothing was bright yellow.
Apple says it will pay $1 million to any researcher who can successfully break into an iPhone. Other technology companies are also offering big payments for people to identify serious security threats in an effort to pre
A Japanese researcher says the government has approved experiments that aim to grow human organs in animals. Scientist Hiromitsu Nakauchi recently confirmed the approval to Japan’s Asahi Shimbun newspaper. Nakauchi l
Astronomers have created the most correct map yet of the Milky Way – the part of space that contains our sun, solar system and more than 100 billion stars. Researchers made the three-dimensional map by measuring the distan
South Korea’s Hyundai Motor Group has launched its first vehicle with a solar top, or roof, charging system. Other automakers are also developing solar charging systems as a way to help power electric cars and increase
Researchers say they have discovered the first nearby “super-Earth” planet that could possibly support life. The discovery was made by a spacecraft designed to look for planets outside of our solar system. An internati
A major demonstration in solar sailing has been declared a success by the organization that launched the experiment. The U.S.-based Planetary Society said this week its LightSail 2 spacecraft successfully used sunlight
The American space agency NASA recently marked the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing. For some, the celebrations were a reminder that the program has not been to the moon since 1972. But NASA aims to change th
When 16-year-old Celestine Wenardy learned that diabetes was a “silent killer” in her home country of Indonesia, she wanted to find an easy way for people to test their blood sugar levels. People with diabetes usually tak
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