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Description A group of scientists wants to send a nuclear-powered "tunnelbot" to Europa to blaze a path through its thick shell of ice and search for life.

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Updated 17 December 2018

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Description NASA reveals a concept model for a new kind of icy challenge. 

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Updated 17 December 2018

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Description Elon Musk preps and previews The Boring Company Hawthorne tunnel opening in Los Angeles for underground high-speed transit.

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Updated 16 December 2018

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description Asphalt 9: Legends gets a winter update that enables 60fps on 2018 iPhones, along with many new features

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Updated 14 December 2018

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Description A team of surgeons from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania are the first in the world to use a surgical robot to assist with a bilateral free flap breast reconstruction – a procedure in which tissue is taken from the lower abdomen – similar to a “tummy tuck” – and used

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Updated 13 December 2018

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Description Lidar will likely be best known to readers as part of the core tech that allows self-driving cars to figure out what is taking place around them. A laser-based technology, lidar constructs a depth-based image of the world by firing lasers and then measuring just how long it takes for the reflected pulse to be bounced back to the sensor. The City of Knoxville, Tennessee, has other, more festive applications in mind for the technology, however. For this holiday season, its public service crews are using a new de-icing device created by the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Utilizing lidar technology, along with big data analytics, they are working out the optimal amount of brine — used as an anti-icing agent — to spray on roads. The results could save money — and, potentially, lives.

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Updated 12 December 2018