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NASA Develops 3D-Printed Fabrics For Use In Space

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A team of scientists at NASA has blended the essence of fashion and engineering to produce a new fabric to use in space. The 3D-printed metal fabric could be used as a shield for spacecraft from meteorites, astronaut spacesuit, capturing objects on the surface of another planet and also as an

Now New Wristband Can Diagnose Diabetes, Crystic Fibrosis From Your Sweat

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Scientists have developed a new wristband which can diagnose diabetes, crystic fibrosis from your sweat. It is basically a sweat sensor wristband. The band collects sweat then measures its molecular constituents and finally electronically transmits the results for analysis and diagnosis through a smartphone. In collaboration with the University of California-Berkeley, the

Study: Salty Food Reduces Thirst, Increases Hunger!

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A study finds that salty food diminishes thirst and increases hunger, due to a higher need for energy. Researchers from the German Aerospace Centre (DLR), the Max Delbrück Centre for Molecular Medicine (MDC), and Vanderbilt University examined the connection between salt intake and drinking using a mock flight to Mars. Researchers tested

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