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Long-sought carbon structure joins graphene, fullerene family
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have been playing with pure carbon compounds for centuries, starting with diamond and graphite and now with fullerenes, nanotubes and graphene. One type of 3D geometry has been missing, however: a negatively curved... 15 hours
3-D inks that can be erased selectively
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Algorithm provides early warning system for tracking groundwater contamination
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Algorithm provides early warning system for tracking groundwater contamination
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Crowdsourcing of algorithms enables epileptic seizure prediction in wide range of patients
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Slab2, a comprehensive subduction zone geometry model
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Crowdsourcing algorithms to predict epileptic seizures
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Mathematician discusses solving a seemingly unsolvable equation
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Math with good posture means better scores
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Top math laureate gets new medal after prize stolen
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This Man Won The Top Prize in Mathematics — Then Someone Immediately Stole It
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DreamBox Learning gets $130 million for math education software
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Ten reasons teachers can struggle to use technology in the classroom
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Powerful new microscope reveals inner workings of human cells with unprecedented clarity
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Google's DeepMind AI could soon be diagnosing eye conditions
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Why zebrafish (almost) always have stripes
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From office windows to Mars: Scientists debut super-insulating gel
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NASA's IMERG estimates heavy rainfall over the eastern US
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'Building up' stretchable electronics to be as multipurpose as your smartphone
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Amputees feel as though their prosthetic limb belongs to their own body
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Zapping a new approach to solar cells
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High-speed cameras show MOMO-2 launch failure in unprecedented detail
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Is there such a thing as an objectively 'bad' song?
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There's a reason Siri, Alexa and AI are imagined as female – sexism
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The Parker Solar Probe has launched and is on its way to explore the sun
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What ‘The Meg’ gets wrong — and right — about megalodon sharks
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What is causing Florida's algae crisis?
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The Meg is a horror story, but our treatment of sharks is scarier
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Wearable 'microbrewery' saves human body from radiation damage
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Finding the happy medium of black holes
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