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Some popular news of Scien-Tech News: Turning algae into diesel fuel, Facebook launches AI video-calling device 'Portal', Spot the Moon with Saturn in Sunday's Night Sky, Scientists mimic the earliest stages of human development, Team Simulates how Alzheimer’s disease spreads through the brain.

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1. Turning algae into diesel fuel
     Scientists at the University of Munich are working on a way to turn algae into diesel fuel. Of course, this will be the first technology to create environmentally-friendly diesel. Read full story..

2. Facebook launches AI video-calling device 'Portal'
     Facebook on Monday launched a range of AI-powered video-calling devices "Portal", a strategic revolution for the social network giant which is aiming for a slice of the smart speaker market that is currently dominated by Amazon and Google. Read full story..

3. Spot the Moon with Saturn in Sunday's Night Sky
    When skywatchers come by their first telescope, they have a feeling that there are two objects at the top of their observing list: the moon and the ringed planet Saturn. It will be also appear in your area on Sunday evening on Oct. 14, after the sunset. Read full story..

4. Scientists mimic the earliest stages of human development
    Scientists at the Gladstone Institutes have mimic this first step in human development in a laboratory with the thought of better understanding how organs form. With this knowledge, they hope to create more authentic organoids that can be used for drug testing, disease modeling, and potentially even transplantation. Read full story..

5. Team Simulates how Alzheimer’s disease spreads through the brain
    For the first time, scientists have built up a computer simulation of how clusters of defective proteins in neurodegenerative illnesses like Alzheimer’s spread through the brain, a great part of the time in stealth mode, over as long as 30 years. Read full story..

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