Panasonic camera projects real-time images onto patients during surgery

Panasonic has developed a new infrared Medical Imaging Projection System (MIPS) that not only tracks changes in the shape and positions of organs in near real-time, but projects the images directly onto the patient as a guide for surgeons during comple… Continue reading Panasonic camera projects real-time images onto patients during surgery

Dramatic multi-cam video shows Perseverance rover’s landing on Mars

NASA has released a new video that includes historic color, high-resolution footage from multiple cameras on the Mars 2020 spacecraft as it delivered the Perseverance rover to the surface of the Red Planet last week.Continue ReadingCategory: Space, Sci… Continue reading Dramatic multi-cam video shows Perseverance rover’s landing on Mars

Placing pills outside the ISS to help astronauts make medicines in space

The latest resupply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) is carrying a very special shipment of pills from the University of Adelaide as part of a project to develop techniques to allow astronauts to manufacture pharmaceuticals on long deep… Continue reading Placing pills outside the ISS to help astronauts make medicines in space

Whale songs provide new way to survey the Earth’s crust

A research team led by John Nabelek, a professor in Oregon State University’s College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, has shown that it may be possible to use the songs of fin whales to produce seismic images of the Earth’s oceanic crust.Con… Continue reading Whale songs provide new way to survey the Earth’s crust

Stonehenge may include recycled stones from another ancient circle

Archeologists from University College London (UCL) have found the remains of a stone circle in west Wales, which indicate that part of Stonehenge was made from recycled stones. Excavations at Waun Mawn suggest that bluestones from the Welsh circle were… Continue reading Stonehenge may include recycled stones from another ancient circle