Scientists Develop Breath Check Security System

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Breath odor-based individual authentication using an artificial olfactory sensor could become possible in the near future as represented by this artists rendering. (Kyushu University, Yanagida Lab/Newsflash)

Biometric authentication could soon be revolutionised as scientists in Japan have developed a security tool which identifies people by their breath. Being able to fully rely on identity check systems…

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Urgent Call To Monitor Microplastics In Air That Can Spread Round World In Days

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According to the AWI Institute in the German city of Bremerhaven microplastics can reach the Arctic, the Antarctic or the deep sea through ocean currents or rivers. (Melanie Bergmann/Newsflash)

Microplastics may significantly intensify global warming, according to a new study. Scientists from different German research institutions - including the GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel - have…

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Boffins Identify New Species Of Giant Tortoise In Galapagos Islands

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The species of giant tortoise that inhabits San Cristobal Island, beloved to be Chelonoidis chathamensis, was found to genetically corresponds to a different species, not yet described, which was believed to be extinct since the beginning of the 20th century. (Parque Nacional Galapagos/Newsflash)

Boffins have identified a new species of giant tortoise in the Galapagos Islands. The species of giant tortoise that inhabits San Cristobal Island, which is the easternmost island in the…

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International Team Of Experts Detects Two Star Clusters Colliding In The Milky Way For The First Time

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The ongoing collision between two star clusters that are concentrations of tens to millions of stars that share the same origin in time and space, used by the scientists to study. (CONICET/Newsflash)

An international team of experts has detected two star clusters colliding in the Milky Way for the first time. The collision between the two star clusters is ongoing and is…

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