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The US army has made a virtual North Korea to train its soldiers
20. april 2018 (17:05)
The US army has built a system that can quickly create virtual locations for soldiers to train in. It took only three days to make North and South Korea (New Scientist)
Distant Jupiter-like world may be the darkest planet ever found
20. april 2018 (16:30)
The clouds on WASP-104b – an exoplanet orbiting a star 466 light years away – have been swept away by radiation, leaving a surface that reflects almost no light (New Scientist)
Grandchildren of migrants more likely to get anxiety problems
20. april 2018 (15:52)
People who migrate are at heightened risk of anxiety disorders, and these mental health problems may linger and get more severe through subsequent generations (New Scientist)
Trees may have a ‘heartbeat’ that is so slow we never noticed it
20. april 2018 (13:00)
Trees repeatedly move their branches up and down during the night, and this may reflect water being pumped along the branches – just like a human pulse (New Scientist)
Driverless cars are dodging pedestrians and pheasants in Oxford
20. april 2018 (11:35)
Autonomous cars are preparing to drive from Oxford to London. The thorny route includes motorways, pedestrian packed streets and an occasional pheasant (New Scientist)
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria cross oceans hidden in cargo ships
20. april 2018 (11:16)
Several types of dangerous bacteria​,​ carrying genes that our antibiotics cannot fight​,​ are travelling the world hidden in ships' ballast tanks (New Scientist)
Global cancer scheme lets people share data across the world
20. april 2018 (00:01)
The Universal Cancer Databank will let anyone with cancer share their medical and genetic data with researchers globally, with the aim of speeding up new treatments (New Scientist)
NASA finally has a new boss after a year-long wait
19. april 2018 (19:53)
After months of debate, Trump's pick to head NASA has now been confirmed. This ends the space agency's longest-ever period without permanent leadership (New Scientist)
Plants love carbon dioxide, but too much could be bad for them
19. april 2018 (19:00)
Most plants were expected to grow more as CO2 levels rise, but a 20-year experiment suggests that the extra CO2 is somehow stunting plant growth, which could make climate change worse (New Scientist)
Super-tough diamonds have been made bendy and springy
19. april 2018 (19:00)
Diamonds may be tough, but they can also be surprisingly flexible. A team of researchers grew diamond nanoneedles that bent and then sprang back upright (New Scientist)