Science

March 18, 2019

Restaurant Serves Custom 3D-Printed Sushi Based on Diner’s Biological Samples

Whether you’re vegan or gluten-free, many restaurants today will happily cater to your dietary needs. However, at Sushi Singularity in Tokyo, diners will be treated to an entirely new level of hospitality. To eat at the upcoming restaurant, guests will need more than just a table reservation—they’ll be asked to prepare biological samples that will be used to craft custom 3D-printed sushi.

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March 11, 2019

Scientific Study Proves That Looking at Adorable Animal Photos Can Save Your Love Life

You probably don’t need an excuse to look at cute animal photos, but did you know it could actually improve your love life? According to a recent scientific study, looking at images of puppies, kittens, and other adorable creatures with your partner can help to better your relationship. Don’t believe us? The researchers from Florida State University had their doubts at first too. However, lucky for us, they went on to prove the theory.

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March 6, 2019

150,000 Photographs Used to Show the Hidden Colors of the Moon

Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy continues to wow us with his brilliant photos. He recently pulled together an incredible, high-resolution image of the moon from 50,000 photographs. While working on that project, he took the opportunity to also create a colorful version that shows off the moon’s geological makeup. Taking the color data from 150,000 moon photos, he’s come up with an artistic 64-megapixel color photograph of the moon.

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February 26, 2019

You Can Now Check the Daily Weather Report of Mars Thanks to NASA

NASA’s InSight Lander has been on Mars for just a few months, but it’s already making a big impact. Using cutting-edge instruments, it’s able to act like a Martian meteorologist, beaming back a weather report from the Red Planet. Wonder what the weather’s like right now on Mars? Bundle up tight. If you thought it was cold where you are, you haven’t experienced winter on Mars.

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