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The Interesting Engineering Behind Submarines

As far as recent records indicate, humans have only been exploring deep below the surface in the last few hundred years. Although it is heavily disputed as to when the first submarine was made, many owe the title out to Cornelis Drebbel, a Dutch inventor acclaimed to have invented the world& 39;s first navigable submarine in 1620.
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Tiny Robots Propel Through Human Eyeball to Deliver Drugs

Scientists have developed a minuscule robot that can be steered through the dense tissue of a human eyeball to deliver drugs with high accuracy.By Jessica MileyNovember 08, 2018A team of international scientists has developed propeller-shaped nanorobots that are able to drill through dense tissue like in the eyeball for the first time.
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New Research Gives Insight Into the Ways Animals See the World

Scientists have created images based on different animals& 39; visual acuity. They allow us to imagine the world through the eyes of different species.By Jessica MileyJune 07, 2018The image on the left shows the wings of a map butterfly as they might look to a bird looking for a snack. The image on the right is what the butterfly might look like to another member of its kind.
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New Study Says a Solar Flare Could Hit Earth Very, Very Soon

Two Harvard astrophysicists predict that we could see a solar flare within the next 100 years and propose a solution for saving our technology from critical damage.By Shelby RogersOctober 19, 2017As humanity becomes more technologically dependent, solar flares become an even greater threat. In 1859, a solar flare known as the Carrington Event caused an electrical surge that shut down global telegraph systems.
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