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Scientists Have Created the World's First Non-Cuttable Material

When we think of the world's "hardest" materials, usually diamonds come to mind. However, Diamonds themselves can be cut by a select few materials, including other diamonds. What if you couldn't cut through though. What if scientists had figured out how to create a material you literally cannot cut through. Enter Proteus

This recently revealed material, inspired by natural materials that mimic incredible natural durability, was tested using a variety of cutting methods, all of which failed. The world's first uncuttable material has arrived.

Researchers develop the world's first non-cuttable material, able to withstand and blunt some of the strongest cutting materials and methods available today. The cover photo is of a test trying and failing to cut through a piece of Proteus with an industrial angle grinder, which fails and is not only blunted, but the blade is completely stopped by the friction of the internal makeup of the material
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This Researcher Has Come Up With A Way to Take Pictures Underwater As On Land

Oceanographer and engineer Derya Akkaynak has come up with a breakthrough in the world of photography. During her post-doctoral work under Tali Treibitz at the University of Haifa, she developed an algorithm that can more or less "eliminate the water" from a photograph.

Researcher comes up with novel algorithm that allows photos underwater to have the same clarity and depth of color as if it was taken on land
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Cancer Cured? An Australian Company Thinks So

What was once a saving grace to halt the scourge of smallpox 2 centuries ago, has now struck again, this time, with cancer. CF33, or Chimeric Orthopoxvirus. US Cancer wunderkind Professor Yuman Fong made the initial discovery, while the Australian company Imugene licensed the innovation and are pushing for human trials starting next year. 

Australian company may have come up with a cure for cancer using a souped up cowpox virus that helped wipe out smallpox
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Mice Can Now See Infrared Light Due to New Research into Ocular Manipulation

Don't throw away those night vision goggles just yet, but scientists might have just gotten that much closer to human's seeing in the dark. Using mice as a proxy, scientists injected nano-particles their eyes, hoping that this would give them the ability to see during nighttime and in low light situations.

Scientists give mice the ability to see in the dark through injecting nano-particles into their eyes, with no side affects before during or after.
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Science Never Looked So Good - Stock Photos of the Ghost Particle

These obviously aren't actual photos of the 'ghost particle', but its amazing how creative some publishers will get, when trying to illustrate how some sort of particle on the nano-spectrum looks. Ever since the first detection of neutrons in 1970, scientists have been doing whatever they can to try to learn about, and isolate the particle. But how does one go about identifying the mass of an object that is one of the closest to having no mass? The brightest scientific minds have been working for decades to figure it out. But for now, what we know is simply the upper limit that the mass of these particles could reach. The lower limit could literally be nothing, so there is still a lot of work to do.

 Scientists are saying the discovery begins a new era of space science and research. Maybe one day we'll finally get a selfie with an alien. For now all we can do is wait for the next raid of Area 51 to check out what is really out there beyond out planet.

Scientists determine the maximum mass of a single neutrino known as a ghost particle
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Cat Allergies Driving You Nuts? There Might Be A Vaccine For That Soon

Your sneezing and watery eyes, and mild to severe cases of anaphylactic shock, may soon be at an end. As much as 1 in every 10 humans has an allergy to cats, which makes this breakthrough perfectly timed. A Swiss company called HypoPet has come up with a brilliant way to stop cats from causing people to be so allergic to them. They have tackled a number of maladies that affect our fury companions, in the form of vaccines, instead of steroids or pills, they are focusing on trying to solve the problem instead of reducing the symptoms. 

Company is three years from releasing vaccine against cat allergies
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