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SpaceX Rocket Sends Ice Cream to Astronauts in ISS


SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, which was launched on Monday, had a very unlikely cargo. Along with 6,400 pounds of cargo, live mice and science experiments, one sweet treat for the six International Space Station astronauts is also there.

‘Walls That Work:’ Can Israeli Tech be U.S. Solution for Mexico Border Security?

The Trump administration reached a new contract with the Israeli defense electronics company Elbit Systems to implement advanced security systems on the U.S. border with Mexico, similar to the security technology utilized along Israel’s borders.

Echolocation-Based Smartwatch Aids Sightless Steps

Ars Technica

As some Fitbit wearers find amusing ways to skip steps - attaching the devices to hamster balls, ceiling fans, and power tools - a new wrist gadget aims to make sure others never miss one.

Virtual Reality and the First Human Head Transplant: Bet You Didn’t See This Coming


Dr. Canavero plans to enlist the help of Inventum Bioengineering Technologies to implement a part-virtual-reality-part-jolly-jumper system that will prepare the patient for the “new world that he will be facing with his new body.”

Aerospace Expert Offers Codes to Mexican Drug Cartel

El Universal

A former Honeywell employee hacked the satellite tracking system of the aerospace company and intended to sell the information about the Drug Enforcement Agency movements to a Mexican drug cartel.

Meet the Senior Federal Official Blowing the Whistle on Trump’s Suppression of Climate Science

Democracy Now!

Is the Trump administration trying to silence government scientists from working or talking about climate change? According to news reports, as many as 50 senior Interior Department officials have been reassigned since Ryan Zinke became head of the department.

Bricklaying Robot Builds Walls Faster Than Humans


Meet the Semi-Automated Mason or SAM, a robot that is so good at building walls it could take over the construction industry.

Solar Is Now the Most Popular Form of New Electricity Generation Worldwide

The Conversation

Solar has become the world’s favorite new type of electricity generation, according to global data showing that more solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity is being installed than any other generation technology.

Researchers Seek Participants for Zika Tracking App

HPN News

Researchers at the University of Arizona are seeking more users of Kidenga, a community-based participatory science mobile app created by the researchers that tracks potential instances of the Zika virus.

WikiLeaks Reveals CIA ’Dumbo’ System to Take Over Webcams, Microphones


Details of the CIA’s Dumbo project, a system that manipulates devices such as webcams and microphones on Microsoft Windows-operating systems, have been published by WikiLeaks.

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