Technology

Shackleton energy proposes to be the first company to mine the moon

Shackleton energy proposes to be the first company to mine the moon

Founded in 2007, with the goal of preparing the technology and equipment to successfully mine the moon, Shackleton Energy Company has recently begun the process of a fundraising campaign to enable them to establish the world’s first operational lunar base and propellant depot business in space by 20

UK first use of 3-D imaging derived from post-mortem computed tomography imaging in UK trial

The East Midlands Forensic Pathology unit, based at the University of Leicester, has used 3D images derived from post-mortem computed tomography (PMCT) scans as an aid to demonstrate injuries to a jury for the first time in evidence at a UK trial.

ECS research advances identification of people by their ears

Identification of people by their ears

In a paper entitled A Novel Ray Analogy for Enrolment of Ear Biometrics scientists from the University of Southampton’s school of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) described how a technique called the image ray transform can highlight tubular structures such as ears, making it possible to ident

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