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Prosthetic hand gives amputee a sense of touch

Prosthetic hand gives amputee a sense of touch

Researchers around the world are working to create more lifelike prosthetic hands and other limbs for amputees. Prosthetic hands have been around for years in multiple forms, typically nothing more than a plastic hand or hook that gives the user rudimentary functionality if any at all.

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Erratic exoplanet Kepler-413b has a wobbly orbit

Erratic exoplanet Kepler-413b has a wobbly orbit

Scientist and astronomers are discovering a large number of new planets using the Kepler Space Telescope. One of the latest planets discovered by the space telescope is called Kepler-413b. The planet is rather baffling to scientists because it has a wildly erratic orbit making the planet very wobbly.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/5/2014: Galaxy S5, Titanfall, Pyramids

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up 2/5/2014: Galaxy S5, Titanfall, Pyramids

This morning we've got some new news and some news that's been in the making for 120 million years. While we've got reasearch popping up that describes how it's possible for northern China to have such a massive amount of fossils appearing in one place, we're also talking about the iWatch. In this you'll really come to appreciate the breadth of tech news coverage in general - it's wide open this week!

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Researchers find evidence explaining northern China fossil troves

Researchers find evidence explaining northern China fossil troves

A new report published in the journal Nature Communications by researchers at China's Nanjing University reveals the myriad of fossils found in northern China are, in all likelihood, the result of multiple volcanic eruptions that took place in excess of 120 million years ago. As a result of these, says the researchers, a Pompeii-like blanket of ash resulted in both encased and preserved carcasses.

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