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New study shows paper wasps rapidly evolved ability to identify individual faces among their peers, something that most other insects cannot do. The paper wasp Polistes fuscatus developed this ability within the last few thousand years, researchers say. General Biology, Genetic Variation, Medical Questions, Career Choices, Text Pictures, Facial Recognition, Wasp, Insects, Faces

The Wasp species that can recognise faces - Scisco Media

In what has been described as a profound example of evolution, paper wasps have developed the ability to recognise faces.

New study shows paper wasps rapidly evolved ability to identify individual faces among their peers, something that most other insects cannot do. The paper wasp Polistes fuscatus developed this ability within the last few thousand years, researchers say. General Biology, Genetic Variation, Medical Questions, Career Choices, Text Pictures, Facial Recognition, Wasp, Insects, Faces

The Wasp species that can recognise faces - Scisco Media

In what has been described as a profound example of evolution, paper wasps have developed the ability to recognise faces.

Mummy returns: Voice of Egyptian priest brought to life - BBC News.They have done so by producing a voice box based Nesyamun's vocal tract, which was scanned to establish its precise dimensions. Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Mummified Body, Bog Body, Egyptian Mummies, City Museum, Museum Exhibition, Modern Man, Leeds

The Mummy Returns? Science recreates a voice from beyond the grave - Scisco Media

Researchers have recreated the vocal tract of a 3000-year-old mummy, allowing the long-dead ancient Eyptian priest to speak again.

Mummy returns: Voice of Egyptian priest brought to life - BBC News.They have done so by producing a voice box based Nesyamun's vocal tract, which was scanned to establish its precise dimensions. Ancient Egypt, Ancient History, Mummified Body, Bog Body, Egyptian Mummies, City Museum, Museum Exhibition, Modern Man, Leeds

The Mummy Returns? Science recreates a voice from beyond the grave - Scisco Media

Researchers have recreated the vocal tract of a 3000-year-old mummy, allowing the long-dead ancient Eyptian priest to speak again.

More evidence of ‘wandering’ black holes - Scisco Media Sagittarius A, Radio Astronomy, Eureka Moment, Physics Department, Galaxy Images, Neutron Star, Spiral Galaxy, Star Formation, Whirlpool Galaxy

More evidence of ‘wandering’ black holes - Scisco Media

Newly discovered wandering black holes located away from the centre of their respective galaxies may give us vital clues about how black holes formed in the early Universe.

More evidence of ‘wandering’ black holes - Scisco Media Sagittarius A, Radio Astronomy, Eureka Moment, Physics Department, Galaxy Images, Neutron Star, Spiral Galaxy, Star Formation, Whirlpool Galaxy

More evidence of ‘wandering’ black holes - Scisco Media

Newly discovered wandering black holes located away from the centre of their respective galaxies may give us vital clues about how black holes formed in the early Universe.

ESA's comet probe Rosetta has for the first time ever measured nitrogen gas at a comet, providing clues to the early stages of the formation of our solar system. Linux Mint, Rosetta Spacecraft, Rosetta Mission, Explanation Writing, Halley's Comet, Space Probe, Nasa Space, Astronomy Pictures, January 27

Salt Coated Comets may have Delivered Life’s Ingredients to Earth - Scisco Media

Achance encounter with a salty cloud of dust have provided further evidence that the building blocks of life were seeded on Earth by comets.

ESA's comet probe Rosetta has for the first time ever measured nitrogen gas at a comet, providing clues to the early stages of the formation of our solar system. Linux Mint, Rosetta Spacecraft, Rosetta Mission, Explanation Writing, Halley's Comet, Space Probe, Nasa Space, Astronomy Pictures, January 27

Salt Coated Comets may have Delivered Life’s Ingredients to Earth - Scisco Media

Achance encounter with a salty cloud of dust have provided further evidence that the building blocks of life were seeded on Earth by comets.

By employing a centrifugal force-based zero pressure difference (ZPD) method, researchers have designed a new suction unit that ensures that the vacuum pressure never gets reduced - even on rough surfaces. Spider Robot, Institute Of Physics, Centrifugal Force, Robot Arm, Vacuum Pump, Good Grips, High Speed, Spiderman, Spider Man

Spider-Man like device will help robots 'defy gravity' - Scisco Media

Specially designed vacuum suction units that will allow spider robots to scale walls. The device has applications in the development of climbing robots.

By employing a centrifugal force-based zero pressure difference (ZPD) method, researchers have designed a new suction unit that ensures that the vacuum pressure never gets reduced - even on rough surfaces. Spider Robot, Institute Of Physics, Centrifugal Force, Robot Arm, Vacuum Pump, Good Grips, High Speed, Spiderman, Spider Man

Spider-Man like device will help robots 'defy gravity' - Scisco Media

Specially designed vacuum suction units that will allow spider robots to scale walls. The device has applications in the development of climbing robots.

If our eyes could see high-energy radiation called gamma rays, the Moon glows brighter than the Sun! That’s how NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has seen our neighbor in space for the past decade. Nuclear Physics, Moon Surface, Solar Activity, Universe Today, Moon Missions, Electromagnetic Radiation, Space Telescope, Our Solar System, Jitter Glitter

Cosmic-rays make the Moon glow brighter than the Sun - Scisco Media

Researchers can use the Moon as a natural, space-based particle detector in order to better understand cosmic rays bombarding us from deep space.

If our eyes could see high-energy radiation called gamma rays, the Moon glows brighter than the Sun! That’s how NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has seen our neighbor in space for the past decade. Nuclear Physics, Moon Surface, Solar Activity, Universe Today, Moon Missions, Electromagnetic Radiation, Space Telescope, Our Solar System, Jitter Glitter

Cosmic-rays make the Moon glow brighter than the Sun - Scisco Media

Researchers can use the Moon as a natural, space-based particle detector in order to better understand cosmic rays bombarding us from deep space.

After nine years in deep space collecting data that revealed our night sky to be filled with billions of hidden planets – more planets even than stars – NASA’s Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel needed for further science operations. Nasa Pictures, Nasa Images, Super Terra, Jupiter Y Saturno, Small Planet, Nasa Astronauts, Alien Worlds, Space Telescope, Hubble Space

Earth-like planets could be found around one-in-four stars - Scisco Media

Up to one-in-four stars could support Earth-like planets, capable of supporting life, suggests new research from Penn State University.

After nine years in deep space collecting data that revealed our night sky to be filled with billions of hidden planets – more planets even than stars – NASA’s Kepler space telescope has run out of fuel needed for further science operations. Nasa Pictures, Nasa Images, Super Terra, Jupiter Y Saturno, Small Planet, Nasa Astronauts, Alien Worlds, Space Telescope, Hubble Space

Earth-like planets could be found around one-in-four stars - Scisco Media

Up to one-in-four stars could support Earth-like planets, capable of supporting life, suggests new research from Penn State University.

Newly discovered dinosaur species reveals new details about Jurassic epoch A newly discovered species of dinosaur that had been hiding in a museum for 30 years could reveal new details about the Jurassic period. University Of The Witwatersrand, African Museum, Dinosaur History, Natural History Museum, Epoch, New Details, Rocks And Minerals, 30 Years, South Africa

News early dinosaur species rescued from the vault - Scisco Media

A new Dinosaur species-- Ngwevu intloko--lay misidentified in university vaults for 30 thirty years until discovered by a PhD student.

Newly discovered dinosaur species reveals new details about Jurassic epoch A newly discovered species of dinosaur that had been hiding in a museum for 30 years could reveal new details about the Jurassic period. University Of The Witwatersrand, African Museum, Dinosaur History, Natural History Museum, Epoch, New Details, Rocks And Minerals, 30 Years, South Africa

News early dinosaur species rescued from the vault - Scisco Media

A new Dinosaur species-- Ngwevu intloko--lay misidentified in university vaults for 30 thirty years until discovered by a PhD student.

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