News archive from 10 March 2016

Stardust found in meteorite could be older than the SUN: Particles could have been building blocks of our...

Traces of massive stellar explosions preceding the birth of our sun and stars may have been discovered on Earth billions of years later. Researchers at Michigan State University are working to determine if microscopic particles of stardust found in...

 

Police chase app can alert drivers of nearby high speed pursuits

More than 5,000 bystanders and passengers have been killed and tens of thousands have been injured in police car chases over the past 35 years, research says. Now a former sheriff has created Pursuit Alert, which aims to help the public avoid police...

 

First tomatoes and peas harvested from ‘Martian farm’ on Earth (but bad news for Mark Watney, there are no...

Researchers in the Netherlands successfully harvested their experimental crops, and the tomatoes are out of this world. The team at Wageningen University & Research Centre has grown ten different crop species using Mars and moon soil simulant,...

 

Android security alert as researchers reveal how to beat fingerprint recognition with an inkjet PRINTER 

Researcher have proved it's possible to trick an Android fingerprint sensor with office supplies and 15 minutes of your time. The technique involves a method using a 300 dpi scan of a fingerprint to print, conductive ink, glossy paper and a standard...

 
Eden Hazard drops massive hint about possible transfer destination

Eden Hazard drops massive hint about possible transfer destination

In the excitement of a pulsating game, most people missed the fact the Belgium star swapped jerseys with Angel Di Maria as the pair walked off for the break. Not exactly a crime. But not what supporters would want of the misfiring Footballer of the...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 

Los Angeles used 'cloud seeding' to boost rain from El Niño storms: Officials say silver iodide shot into...

El Niño has brought some much needed rain to California in recent months, but a Los Angeles storm earlier this week may owe some credit to unnatural modifications. For the first time since 2002, the Department of Public Works has turned to cloud...

 

Now that's a long-haul flight! Tiny hummingbird travels 1,300 miles WITHOUT a break during its yearly...

If you thought your commute was tiring, think again. A tiny hummingbird flies more than 1,300 miles (2,100km) without a break during its yearly migration. Researchers studied the migration of the Ruby-throated hummingbird from the east coast of the US...

 
Dark side of the moon: Millions across the Pacific flock to see the only total solar eclipse of 2016 as Asian countries are momentarily plunged into darkness

Dark side of the moon: Millions across the Pacific flock to see the only total solar eclipse of 2016 as...

Thousands of tourists and astronomy enthusiasts flocked to Indonesia to catch the country's first solar eclipse in nearly 33 years. The eclipse was also visible in parts of Australia and south-east Asia. However, only some parts of the country got to...

 
Pride of Leeds mum at selfless son’s brave fight against cancer

Pride of Leeds mum at selfless son’s brave fight against cancer

Nathan Andrew may have been in the fight of his young life – but his first thought was still for others. The nine-year-old had been diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, a cancer of the white blood cells. Facing the prospect of intensive...

 
Rio Ferdinand: Why Arsenal must beat Man United and sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Rio Ferdinand: Why Arsenal must beat Man United and sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic

The former Manchester United man thinks the 34-year-old still has plenty to offer after scoring the winner in the 2-1 victory against Chelsea last night. The Sweden international looked lively throughout providing the assist for Adrien Rabiot’s opener...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 
ECB expected to launch new economic stimulus

ECB expected to launch new economic stimulus

The European Central Bank is expected to announce further measures to stimulate the eurozone economy when its governing council meets on Thursday. Inflation has continued to fall, putting more pressure on ECB president Mario Draghi to take action. The...

BBC, 00:07 in Business
 
Brazil prosecutors methods questioned after Lula detained

Brazil prosecutors methods questioned after Lula detained

BRASILIA An investigation into a massive corruption scheme centered on Brazilian state oil company Petrobras enjoys overwhelming public support but concern is growing that prosecutors may be over-reaching as they pursue politicians and executives. The...

 
George Martin hailed as ‘our finest ever producer’ and a music pioneer

George Martin hailed as ‘our finest ever producer’ and a music pioneer

The world of music paid homage to the late Sir George Martin on Wednesday, with Midge Ure remembering a man who was “a cross between your favourite schoolteacher and a father”. On ITV’s Good Morning Britain, the Ultravox singer and producer recalled:...

 
How to spot early warning signs of the UK's most common forms of CANCER

How to spot early warning signs of the UK's most common forms of CANCER

Cancer impacts millions of people in Britain every year, and early detection could be the difference between life and death.  Health experts estimate that over 2.5 million people in the UK are currently living with some form of the deadly disease....

 
Former MPC member warns of Brexit upset

Former MPC member warns of Brexit upset

A former member of the Bank of England’s monetary policy committee has said that leaving the European Union would cause significant disruption to the British economy. Andrew Sentance told a conference in Edinburgh that “leaving the EU would disrupt...

 


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