Sci-Tech News Stories
2022-10-25: Researchers Say AI Model Could Be Used To Predict Earthquakes 24 Hours In Advance. Joint research carried out by the NCHC, and Academia Sinica say that they have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that could predict earthquakes a day in advance.
2022-10-17: Government Report: Using Hair Straightening Products Doubles Risk Of Uterine Cancer. NIH - The official National Institute of Health government website has put out a report saying that chemicals used to straighten hair has now been associated with a higher risk of uterine cancer.
2022-09-12: Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant Reestablished To Ukrainian Power Grid. After the Zaporizhzhia had been disconnected from power for around a weeks time, it has now had its connection to Ukraine's power grid reestablished, and the Nuclear Power Plant has been completely stopped.
2022-09-08: Pentagon Suspends Deliveries Of F-35 Jets After Finding Chinese Made Component. The Pentagon has suspended deliveries of new Lockheed Martin's F-35 aircraft to the army after finding that a component of the jet uses an alloy made in China, which violates federal defense procurement policies.
2022-09-08: Biden Administration Preparing To Invest $50 Billion In The US Semiconductor Industry. The Biden administration has announced plans to invest $50 billion in the US semiconductor industry, in order to "revitalize the domestic semiconductor industry and spur innovation while creating good-paying jobs in communities across the country". .
2022-09-08: Invasion Of Taiwan Would Give Emboldened China Edge Over Microchip Industry. China has been increasingly aggressive about controlling the microchip industry and emboldened in its aggressive stance towards Taiwan since the U.S. pullout of Afghanistan, and the lack of direct involvement in the Ukraine conflict by the United States.
2022-09-03: Hydrogen Fuel Leak Cancels Artemis 1 Launch Again. NASA made a second attempt to launch the Artemis 1 SLS on Saturday, but a hydrogen fuel leak was detected in the gas line that perplexed technicians. NASA's engineers discovered problems with one of the gas lines as fuel was actively being loaded.
2022-09-03: China Threatens U.S. With Nvidia Chip Delay If Tech Export Reduction Not Dropped. The U.S. was threatened by China with a delay of a new product launch from Nvidia if it did not stop with the tech export reduction, and stated that some products might have to leave Chinese manufacturing lines.
2022-09-02: Tools Of Mass Surveillance In Use, Right In Your Hands. UNITED STATES - Law enforcement agencies across the country are using a mysterious cellphone tracking tool that lies in an unregulated gray zone in regard to personal rights.
2022-08-22: Breakthrough In Nuclear Fusion Could Provide Clean Renewable Energy. A giant leap in nuclear fusion has been confirmed, one year after ignition was finally achieved in a lab in California. Nuclear fusion is the same kind of energy that powers the sun, in which case the sun's core causes nuclei to separate from their electrons.
2022-08-20: Researchers Hope To Bring Back Extinct Tasmanian Tigers. An enterprise led by businesspersons, researchers are hoping to bring the long-dead Tasmanian tiger back from extinction through genetic engineering. The last wild thylacine was reportedly shot by a farmer in 1930.
2022-08-17: Minuteman III Test Launch Showcases Readiness Of US Nuclear Forces . Air Force Global Strike Command Airmen launched an unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile equipped with a test re-entry vehicle from Vandenberg Space Force Base, California on August 16th.
2022-08-17: New Species of Armored Dinosaur Discovered: Jakapil kaniukura. ARGENTINA - Scientists on a dig in southern Argentina have uncovered a 5-foot-long shielded dinosaur. Called the Jakapil kaniukura, it measured 9 to 15 pounds; roughly the same as an ordinary house cat.
2022-08-12: New Species Of The Bathynomus Has Been Found Off The Gulf of Mexico. A new species of the ancient cousin to the cockroach called the Bathynomus has been found deep underneath the ocean surface in the Gulf of Mexico, according to a new report. These giant isopods vaguely look like cockroaches.
2022-08-10: Scientists Create Baker's Yeast Using Human Genes. Human muscle genes were successfully implanted into the DNA of baker's yeast by bio-technologist Pascale Daran-Lapujade and her team of scientists at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands.
2022-08-10: Researchers Make The World's First Artificial Egg. Experts in Israel discovered that stem cells of mice would be formed to self-assemble into the initial egg-like frame. Scientists have used the stem cells taken from mice in order to assemble an embryo-type composition.
2022-08-06: Scientists In New Groundbreaking Study Resurrect Dead Cells In Pigs. USA – Examiners at Yale University employed a new method of science to resurrect cells in several organs of recently deceased pigs, bringing the animal's cells back to standard capacity.
2022-07-28: Russia Set To Withdraw From International Space Station After 2024. Yuri Borisov, who is head of the Roskosmos, Russia's state space agency has said that Russia will be withdrawing from the International Space Station (ISS) project after the year 2024.
2022-07-26: Science Lab Module Added To the Chinese Tiangong Space Station. The Tiangong space station has received a new module, the Wentian science laboratory, which was docked with the Tianhe living module at around 3:13 AM local time on Monday.
2022-07-25: Chess Robot In Moscow, Russia Breaks Boy's Finger During Match. A chess robot has broken a boy's finger in Moscow, Russia during a chess match after the boy reached for the board before the robot was finished with its own move and it grabbed the boys finger and crushed it between its pincers.
2022-07-25: US Intelligence: Bio-Weapons Being Made That Target People's Unique DNA.. A U.S. House Intelligence Committee member has put out a warning to Americans not to so easily share their genetic information to websites like the Biotechnology company 23andMe, as there are bio-weapons being developed that can target an individual's DNA and potentially kill them.
2022-07-20: NASA: Micrometeoroid Causes Significant Uncorrectable Damage To James Webb Space Telescope. NASA has reported that Micrometeoroids have hit the new James Webb space telescope that was launched on December 25th, 2021, and caused significant uncorrectable damage to the C3 mirror, which is one of its 18 gold plated primary mirror panels.
China Plans To Build Nuclear Powered Base On Moon By 2028
Traces Of Explosives Found At Nord Stream Rupture Sites
Kim Jong Un Oversaw ICBM Test, Vows To Respond With Nukes If Enemies Continue To Pose Threats
North Korea Fires Intercontinental Ballistic Missile - ICBM
Pakistan Shuts Down Border Crossing With Afghanistan After Both Sides Exchange Fire
North Korea Launches Short-Range Ballistic Missile
Underground passage Beneath Egyptian Temple Might Lead To Where Cleopatra Was Buried
14 Chinese Military Aircraft, 3 PLAN Vessels Spotted Around Taiwan November 11th, 2022
26 Chinese Military Aircraft, 4 PLAN Vessels Spotted Around Taiwan November 10th, 2022
Rameses II-Period Crypt Discovered In Israel
Scientists Re-Evaluating What Killed The Dinosaurs After Studying Crater
Chinese President Tells Military To Prepare For War Amid Tensions Over Taiwan
Stratcom Commander: Ukraine Just A Warm Up, The Big One Is Coming