Shots were recorded by the James Webb Space Telescope, Chandra X-ray Observatory, Hubble Space Telescope and three other super-spyglasses using a variety of optical, x-ray and infrared capabilities.
Images were combined to create purple, red, orange and magenta cosmic swirls, dots and flashes displaying nebula, spiral galaxies and a star cluster called NGC 346 that’s relatively close to our Milky Way in a system called the Small Magellanic Cloud.
Scientists at King’s College London have developed an artificial intelligence model which may be able to predict whether an aggressive type of breast cancer will spread.
The software is able to detect changes in the lymph nodes of women with triple negative breast cancer.
Under tiny operating instruments, rare and very cute British hazel dormice have been given a final health check-up by London Zoo vets ahead of their planned release into the wild next month.
During each 20-gram dormouse’s 10-minute appointment, they were placed under a miniature dormice-sized dose of general anaesthetic while the checks were undertaken.
Sony’s unveils ‘Project Q’ mobile gaming device that doesn’t look dissimilar to Nintendo’s Switch handheld console.
Plus, Virgin Galactic launch success, Neuralink human trial green light, scathing reviews for The Lord of the Rings: Gollum game, MoD AI tank test and Cybertruck interior revealed.
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