It'll monitor your pulse while you jog, your brain activity while you sip coffee. It's called a "Self-Tracker." Fitness armbands and apps monitor everything. But they're not perfect.
A NASA spacecraft has blasted off for Mars on a mission to collect data on the Red Planet's deep interior. Researchers hope to gain clues about how Mars and other rocky planets like Earth formed billions of years ago.
It's usually humans who close monitor the work of machines and robots. We want to ensure the technology makes no mistakes. But as a Fraunhofer research project shows, machines should also keep an eye on us.
Germany's new foreign minister seldom minces words. As justice minister he tangled with far-right groups and internet giants. And despite political defeats, he's found a way to make a comeback.
Looking for full-time work? Have advanced qualifications in physical sciences or engineering? Not afraid of first contact, even if only on a microbial scale? A US citizen? Then NASA might have work for you.
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