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‘Heroes of Loot 2’ Gets Major Design Change, Out Now on Steam Early Access with Mobile Release Planned for June

We first talked about Heroes of Loot 2, the sequel to Orangepixel's frenetic 2013 dungeon crawler Heroes of Loot [$3.99], late last year when it was still very early in development. Orangepixel has been great about being open with the game's development, and we checked in on it again in early March, but there have

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Satellites detail continued rise of atmospheric methane and CO2

The collected data shows a steady increase in carbon dioxide and methane

According to research conducted by the European Space Agency (ESA), atmospheric methane and carbon dioxide levels are continuing to rise, despite global efforts to lower emissions. The data was gathered by the European Space Agency's (ESA) long-serving Envisat probe, combined with readings from Japan's GoSat mission.

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Vibrating microfluidic device allows for easier blood tests

The new device is able to sort cells using a microfluidic channel that vibrates at a ...

We've seen microfluidic devices used for everything from creating organ-on-a-chip systems, to diagnosing ebola. Now, scientists at MIT have created a device that uses acoustic vibrations to sort cells, paving the way for faster and more convenient blood test machines.

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Highly-conductive shark jelly could inspire new tech

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Researchers may have tapped into the "secret sauce" that allows sharks, skates and rays to detect weak electric fields produced by their prey. Actually, it turns out to be a mysterious jelly, but one that could have implications for future technologies.

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