The most accurate map of the Milky Way published to date

The European Space Agency has published the first edition of a map of more than 1.8 billion celestial objects in our galaxy, observed with unmatched precision by the Gaia Space…

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Save koalas from starvation by changing their diet

Modifying the microbiome of koalas threatened by the disappearance of their natural habitat could save the species, according to Australian researchers. The fluctuating population of koalas at Cape Otway, Victoria,…

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Security breach exposed more than one million fingerprints

A biometric database powered by more than 5700 companies worldwide was discovered online, unprotected, by a cybersecurity research team. This database being thus accessible to everyone, unencrypted passwords, facial recognition…

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are we really alone in the universe?

The premise of the ET film and the extraterrestrial is not about to be realized, since the most advanced researches to date have not allowed to detect signal associated with…

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