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New Genomic Partnership Speeds Personalized Cancer Treatment

Personalized cancer therapies are on the horizon thanks to a new genomic cancer research partnership between the Gene Editing Institute of Christiana Care Health System's Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute and the biotechnology company NovellusDx.

Distant Kuiper Belt Object Observed By New Horizons NASA Team In Argentina

13 hours agoNews : The Cutline

NASA researchers with the New Horizons team captured new images of a Kuiper Belt object over the weekend.

New Horizons: NASA Catches Glimpse of Ancient and Elusive Kuiper Belt Object It Will Visit Next

19 hours agoNews : Newsweek: US

Located beyond Pluto, 2014 MU69 will be the farthest object ever encountered by any spacecraft.

Catfish Directors Set to Write and Direct Mega Man Movie

There are no signs of a new Mega Man game on the horizon, but that doesn’t mean everyone’s favorite blue robot is out of the limelight. Next year will see the debut of […] The post Catfish Directors Set to Write and Direct Mega Man Movie appeared first on

In total eclipse of a star, New Horizons' future flyby target makes its presence known

The team reported two weeks ago that the first attempts at observing 2014 MU69 were unsuccessful. But in their third try, on July 17, astronomers in Argentina saw the telltale sign of MU69's presence: a stellar wink.

The Company That Built the AK-47 Is Developiong a Real Life 'Terminator'

Jared Keller, Task and Purpose Security, Europe And it will supposedly be able to learn. The company behind the ubiquitous AK-47 assault rifle has a new weapon of war on the horizon: robot guns that learn and kill all on their own. Kalashnikov...Show More Summary

New Horizon Zero Dawn patch is out now, fixes New Game +, Ultra Hard Mode issues

Horizon Zero Dawn developer Guerrilla Games has released a new patch for the game earlier today, less than two weeks since the last one. Patch 1.30 was released earlier this month and mainly added Ultra Hard difficulty, and a New Game + mode. Today’s patch, version 1.31, fixes many of the issues that cropped up […]

Louis Vuitton Creates New Luxury Watch To Connect World Travelers

The intersection of luxury products and personalization will continue to bring interesting new ideas and this new watch from Louis Vuitton called the Tambour Horizon is a perfect example. The watch “is built to be a companion to the traveler. A feature within the watch allows users to view recommendations in big cities from Louis

There's Growing Evidence That Pluto's Largest Moon Had A Massive Ocean

Pluto's moon Charon is the best sidekick a dwarf planet could hope for. Unwavering in its loyalty, content to be a minor character in somebody else's narrative. But two years after the New Horizons flyby, the largest of Pluto's five moons is finally getting some well-deserved time in the spotlight. Show More Summary

New NASA flyovers get you closer to Pluto and Charon than you ever could’ve imagined

The New Horizons spacecraft has Pluto well and truly in the rear-view mirror by now, as it's on the way to check out the Kuiper Belt. But the magic of space exploration is that long after the probe has departed, scientists still have...Show More Summary

36 Years of Loretta's: 2009

Wilson on the Horizon, and Tomac on the verge of a new standard.

NASA shares spectacular flyover view of Pluto

Scientists created this flyover movie using digital elevation models and data from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft. The unique view of Pluto is from a vantage even closer than the spacecraft itself.        

Filming Spectacular Pluto! --NASA's New Horizon's Fly Over of Pluto & Its Moon Charon (VIEW)

In July 2015, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft sent home the first close-up pictures of Pluto and its moons – amazing imagery that inspired many to wonder what a flight over the distant worlds' icy terrain might be like. Wonder no...        

New horizons unveils new maps of Pluto, Charon on flyby anniversary

On July 14, 2015, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft made its historic flight through the Pluto system – providing the first close-up images of Pluto and its moons and collecting other data that has transformed our understanding of these mysterious worlds on the solar system's outer frontier.

Video: Flyover of Pluto's majestic mountains and icy plains

In July 2015, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft sent home the first close-up pictures of Pluto and its moons – amazing imagery that inspired many to wonder what a flight over the distant worlds' icy terrain might be like.

Buzz Pluto's mountains in this gorgeous NASA video - CNET

You'll feel like you might bump into Pluto's mountains with a NASA video showing a first-person flyover as seen by the New Horizons spacecraft.

NASA's spectacular flyover video transports you to Pluto

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Back in July 2015, NASA's New Horizons probe completed an historic flyby of the dwarf planet Pluto. Collecting over 50 gigabits of data during the encounter it took more than a year to transmit all the information back to Earth and scientists are still poring through it. Show More Summary

Amazon reportedly prepping new messaging app called Anytime

As it continues to expand its own ecosystem, Amazon may have a new messaging app on the horizon. According to a new report from AFTVnews, Amazon is working a messaging app called Anytime that carries a strong focus on group communication. more…

NASA video lets you soar over Pluto, and it's pretty amazing

Want to know what Pluto’s terrain looks like? Spoiler alert: It’s really cool.  Using data from the New Horizons spacecraft and digital elevation models of both the planet and its largest moon, Charon, scientists were able to develop these awesome flyover movies. Show More Summary

To understand why we behave the way we do, we need to zoom out

A challenging new book, Behave, starts with interacting brain regions and then takes in the ever wider horizons of culture and evolution to make sense of us

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