Posts Tagged ‘Associate Professor’

Should self-driving cars protect pedestrians or passengers?

As with any major new invention, driverless cars will no doubt reveal many technological quirks that don’t become noticeable until people start using them en masse. But one thing they could more bring with them is a moral dilemma. If the cars have to make a decision on which lives to put at risk, what […]

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Oxygen found in one of the universe’s most distant galaxies

Scientists have discovered gases containing oxygen in one of the most distant galaxies in the universe, and their discovery – reported this week in the journal Science – could provide new insight into the nature of the first stars and the birth of the first-ever galaxies. Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile, an […]

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