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Dispatches from the cutting edge of science and technology

Researchers in Bristol developed the drainage, irrigation and fibrinolytic therapy technique in 1998 and it was first trialled in 2003.

Research into public trust around artificial intelligence found many want decisions made by the technology to still be checked by humans.

A NASA scientist recently released a report analysing the feasibility of warp drive as a means of faster-than-light travel. Could this Star Trek technology really be possible?

The lenses, made of spider dragline silk, could be used to create high resolution images of human tissue.

The exposed planetary core is named TOI-849b.

The planets orbit a Sun-like star about 800 light-years away, in the constellation of Hercules.

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