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F1 team uses racing car technology to keep newborns safe in ambulances
GROVE, England (Reuters) - A Formula One racing team is employing technology that helps racing drivers survive high speed crashes to create a new device that keeps newborn babies safe during emergency transportation.

Dubai starts tests in bid to become first city with flying taxis
DUBAI (Reuters) - Dubai staged a test flight on Monday for what it said would soon be the world's first drone taxi service under an ambitious plan by the United Arab Emirates city to lead the Arab world in innovation.

Feeling crabby: Plant-eating dinosaurs snacked on crustaceans
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some plant-eating dinosaurs apparently liked a side order of crabs to go with their usual salad.

Deep sleep: Even jellyfish need their slumber
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Even a jellyfish - one of Earth's first and most ancient animals - needs its sleep.

Cassini spacecraft ends 13-year odyssey with fiery plunge into Saturn
(Reuters) - The U.S. space agency NASA received a final signal from its Cassini spacecraft on Friday as it ended a groundbreaking, 13-year Saturn mission with a meteor-like plunge into the ringed planet's atmosphere.

U.S., Russian crew transfer to space station after Soyuz flight
BAIKONUR COSMODROME, Kazakhstan (Reuters) - Two U.S. astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut arrived at the International Space Station on Wednesday, about six hours after their Soyuz spacecraft blasted off from Kazakhstan, a NASA TV broadcast showed.

Spectacular Northern Light display illuminates Finnish sky
(Reuters) - Green, purple, pink and yellow lights danced across the sky in striking aurora displays over northern Finland early on Friday.

Drinks industry distorts alcohol cancer risk: scientists

Record-breaking U.S. astronaut and crew back on Earth

Arianespace aborts satellite launch seconds before lift-off