Monday, May 16, 2022

Science

First image of supermassive black hole at the centre of Milky Way galaxy

Black Hole Sagittarius A* possesses four million times the mass of our sun and is about 26,000 light years, or 9.5 trillion km, away from Earth.Astronomers have captured an image of the supermassive black hole at the center of...

Planets Align in 1000 Year Event in April 2022

Mars, Venus, Jupiter and Saturn will all be visible aligning in the sky for the first time since 947AD.From the horizon to the north you can find Jupiter, Venus, Mars and Saturn. As the month nears its end, the...

Unexplained temperature shift observed on Neptune

The most distant planet in our solar system, Neptune has presented a new mystery.Frosty Neptune has an average of negative 340 degrees Fahrenheit (negative 220 degrees Celsius), and astronomers still don't know what caused these temperature shifts.The planet orbits the Sun...

Data Scientist’s Tools to Boost Productivity

There are several tools or software that I use to carry out my daily tasks and data operations. Data science tools can be categorised into programming tools (includes cloud technologies, development software, programming languages or libraries) or business tools...

Measuring The Trust In Artificial Intelligence

Inspired by the growing importance of artificial intelligence (AI) in society, researchers from the University of Tokyo examined public attitudes towards the ethics of artificial intelligence.Their findings quantify how different demographic and ethical scenarios influence these attitudes. As...

Mark Hutchinson starts as STA President

Australia's leading science innovator and entrepreneur, Professor Mark Hutchinson, became the new president of Science & Technology Australia in November.The dynamic science leader is the first South Australian to hold the position of chairman of the nation's leading body...

Robotic fish designed to terrorise invasive species passes initial tests

A century-old problem may be solved by fear-dealing robots disguised in largemouth bass.According to a study published Dec. 16, by iScience, a robot that looks and behaves like a largemouth Bass is effective in preventing mosquitofish eating vulnerable tadpoles. The robotic fish...

Forensic Science Technology

As technology permeates all aspects of our lives, it is no surprise that crime solving has become almost futuristic in its evolution. From retinal scans to trace chemistry, modern forensic technology is so advanced in solving crimes that it...

New model shows primordial black holes could account for all dark matter.

Stephen Hawking was RIGHT!In 1974, Stephen Hawking and his doctoral student Bernard Carr proposed that primordial black holes, hypothetical black holes that existed just after the Big Bang, could be the elusive dark matter first theorised in 1933 -...

Australia Requires Its Own Satellites to Better Prevent Bushfires

As climate change worsens, fires are likely to become more intense and frequent. We need to find new ways of managing forest fires to prevent catastrophic events.Satellite data can help with this task. It helps us identify where and...

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The New DJI MATRICE 30 – A Mighty, Versatile, Transportable Commercial Drone

The new DJI Matrice 30 is DJI Enterprise’s flagship drone, that fits in a backpack. It integrates multiple high-performance sensors into...