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Black Hole Imaging Scientists Win 2020 Breakthrough Prize

Making a monumental scientific breakthrough is really kind of its own reward. Even so, it’s always nice to get extra recognition in the form of unexpected money. For the 347 scientists around the world who made history when they captured the first image of a black hole, the event itself is pretty sweet. The cake …

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Scientists propose ‘Spaceline’ elevator to the Moon – TechCrunch

Fans of sci-fi and fringe tech may already be familiar with the idea of the “space elevator,” which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like — and totally impossible with today’s technology. But a pair of scientists think they’ve found an alternative: a Moon elevator. And it’s slightly less insane… technically. The idea of …

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U.S. Scientists 3D Print Miniature Human Heart

Biolife4D successfully 3D bioprinted a miniature human heart (via Biolife4D) Scientists have successfully 3D printed a miniature human heart. Chicago-based biotech firm Biolife4D recently took a significant step toward its goal of producing a full-sized human heart viable for transplant. The mini milestone, led by Chief Science Officer Ravi Birla, boasts the structure of a …

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Data scientists’ actions are out of focus

Many data scientists appear firmly focused on chasing excessive complexity by: Accessing more data volume and more data sources. Making their models fancier and fancier. Consuming large amounts of compute resources. Data scientists seem convinced these actions are essential prerequisites to finding new insights that provide business value. But what if this drive to complexity …

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Quasar black holes behave like ‘starved space dragons’, scientists say

An illustration of the ‘starved dragon’ black hole sucking in gas and other material (Image: University of Science And Technology Of China) The awe-inspiring power of black holes is so flabbergasting it’s often hard to put into words. So we’re very glad that Chinese astronomers have issued their own startling description of these cosmic monsters. …

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