Posts tagged "science"
 Beachgoers in Spain discover 30-foot giant squid 
Carcass found in Cantabria is that of the mysterious and fabled Architeuthis Dux; it remains unclear whether the deep-sea denizen will be put on display

Beachgoers in Spain discover 30-foot giant squid

Carcass found in Cantabria is that of the mysterious and fabled Architeuthis Dux; it remains unclear whether the deep-sea denizen will be put on display

The Science Fact of the day is.

The Science Fact of the day is.

Science!

The first bionic hand that can feel 
The first bionic hand that allows an amputee to feel what they are touching will be transplanted later this year in a pioneering operation that could introduce a new generation of artificial limbs with sensory perception.
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The first bionic hand that can feel

The first bionic hand that allows an amputee to feel what they are touching will be transplanted later this year in a pioneering operation that could introduce a new generation of artificial limbs with sensory perception.

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Flying Neon Squid

In a study published this week in German science magazine Marine Biology, a team of marine biologists at Hokkaido University announced they have discovered that the neon flying squid (Ommastrephes bartramii) can fly through the air at up to 11.2 meters per second. They propel themselves by squirting water out at high pressure and can fly for a distance of about 30 meters (nearly 100 feet).

The sky is full of stars 

500-Million-Year-Old Animal Looked Like a Tulip

An ancient sea animal that looked like a flower…………

Dried squash holds headless French king’s blood.

Two centuries after the French people beheaded Louis XVI and dipped their handkerchiefs in his blood, scientists believe they have authenticated the remains of one such rag kept as a revolutionary souvenir.

Tunicates in general are odd, Read more about them here: http://bit.ly/S02JsO

Happy Birthday Ada Lovelace born 10 December 1815

Google’s latest Google Doodle commemorative logo pays tribute to Ada, Countess of Lovelace (1815-1852)  Analyst, Metaphysician, and Founder of Scientific Computing.