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A piece of human kidneys grown in mice

Human stem cells turned into mice in the kidney nephron that filters the blood like a real kidney. Glomeruli-the glomeruli of the nephrons and tubules extending from them. (Photo by eLife – the journal / Flickr.com) Scheme of structure of nephron: in the top (cortical) layer of the kidney visible balls of capillaries in the […]

February 13th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »

The US is preparing for construction of the station in orbit of the moon

Moon NASA plans to launch in 2022 of the power and propulsion element of the orbit of the satellite, which will be the basis of a lunar orbital station. The acting head of NASA Robert Lightfoot said that the United States in 2022 will begin construction of a space station on the orbit of the […]

February 13th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »

The flight through the Orion nebula showed in the video

Photo: a frame from the NASA video showed the flight through the Orion Nebula The video, posted to representatives of NASA, was assembled from photos sent to Earth by the space telescopes Hubble and Spitzer. NASA has published online a video of a flight through the Orion nebula. The video was assembled from photos sent […]

February 12th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »

Chinese scientists showed the four-legged robot

Photo: russian.news.cn Robotics from Zhejiang University has created four-legged robot Swein robot can run, jump, climb the stairs, to go against the grain, to stand in a squat and rise again. A group of enthusiasts from Zhejiang University (China) announced the creation of a four-legged robot, named Swein. On Monday, February 12, writes Xinhua. It […]

February 12th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »

Ezhovaya slopes go along the bottom as people

Fins-“legs” the rays are run by the same neurons, and genes, that of land animals. Iron fist scat. (Photo: Andy Murch / Flickr.com) Fish and terrestrial animals use for movement of different muscles – it is quite obvious to anyone who has ever seen a live fish. We, the animals, birds, etc moving feet, while […]

February 12th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »

Scientists have named the main danger of acetaminophen

Photo: Getty Images Tablets American scientists have found that paracetamol negatively affects the sex hormones, increases the risk of infertility or impaired development of embryos. Paracetamol has a negative effect on sex hormones, increasing the risk of infertility or malformations in the fetus. To such conclusion scientists from the Human Longevity in San Diego, writes […]

February 12th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »

NASA showed the most distant cosmic photo

Photo: NASA The deep space photography New Horizons has been able to capture several objects in the Kuiper belt region Solar system located beyond the orbit of Neptune at a distance of 55 astronomical units. Automatic interplanetary station, New Horizons has a picture of outer space, being from the Earth at a distance of 6.12 […]

February 11th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »

Damn thing flew. Reaction Mask Falcon launch

Photo: a frame from the video Elon Musk swore, seeing the launch of its heavy rocket, the Falcon Heavy At the time of separation of the rocket from the launch pad Mask from admiration swore, and then together with other colleagues ran out of the control center to observe the flight. The first reaction of […]

February 11th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »

The rocket Soyuz-2 was launched from Baikonur

Photo: Roscosmos Russia has postponed the launch of the carrier rocket Soyuz-2.1 a Russia was supposed to deliver the cargo ship Progress MS-08 to the ISS on the new cropped double scheme for 3.5 hours. The Russian booster Soyuz-2.1 a is not started in the calculated time from the Baikonur cosmodrome, RIA Novosti reported. The […]

February 11th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »

NASA showed “dairy vortices” in the Caspian sea

In the Caspian sea took phenomenal The wind on the surface mixes the water and lifts from the bottom sediments, which gives the coastal part of the sea a milky appearance. However, scientists do not understand the nature of this phenomenon. NASA published a photograph of the abnormal process in the Caspian sea called “milky […]

February 11th, 2018 | Posted in Science | read More »