A tiny space rock holds clues about the evolution of life

By amino acids, antarctica, asteroid, astrobiology, asuka 12236, engadget, evolution, life, meteorite, nasa, News, proteins, science, space, tomorrow

Back in 2012, a team of Japanese and Belgian researchers in Antarctica found a golf ball-sized space rock resting in the snow. Now, NASA astronauts have had a chance to study a piece of that meteorite, Asuka 12236, and they say it may hold new…

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A new blood test could indicate multiple conditions with one sample

By aptamers, blood test, cardiovascular, diabetes, diagnostics, disease, engadget, health, machine learning, medicine, plasma, proteins, risk, risk factors, tomorrow

A new blood test could use a single plasma sample to assess health and predict the likelihood of developing a range of diseases. Thanks to Theranos, this may sound familiar, but unlike that debacle, this proof-of-concept is backed by research …

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