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Security cameras are vulnerable to attacks using infrared light: study
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Watch the secret to why barn owls don’t lose their hearing
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Security cameras are vulnerable to attacks using infrared light: study
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Video: Sushi's sublime secrets
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End-of-summer Arctic sea ice extent is eighth lowest on record
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NASA looks within category 5 Hurricane Maria before and after first landfall
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NASA tracking Jose meandering off US East Coast
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NASA small satellite promises big discoveries
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Supercontinuum lasers can lead to better bread and beer
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A day in the life of NASA's Voyagers
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The cosmic water trail uncovered by Herschel
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Hurricanes, flood insurance and the dangers of 'business as usual'
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A day in the life of NASA's Voyagers
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A day in the life of NASA's Voyagers
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Speed plus control in new computer chip—slowing down light to sound
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How VR is revolutionizing the way future doctors are learning about our bodies
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The sublime challenge of jet noise
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How animals vote to make group decisions
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V745 Sco: Two stars, three dimensions, and oodles of energy
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NASA finds a pinhole eye in Hurricane Otis
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Lighter weights, lower costs in additive manufacturing
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NASA sees Maria intensify into a major hurricane
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Bringing the shocking issue of witchcraft under the UN spotlight
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How Herschel unlocked the secrets of star formation
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Light to break bandwidth ceiling
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A fat-regulating enzyme could hold the key to obesity, diabetes, cancer, other diseases
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Animal goo inspires better glue
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Video: Cassini's legacy and the atmospheric chemistry of Titan
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News gathering during natural disasters
SPACE NEWS
NASA gets a dramatic 3-D view of Typhoon Talim's large eye
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New dyes that don’t fade are made of the same molecule that colors your skin
Science Magazine
Galileos set to fly on Ariane 6
ESA
Video: Earliest recorded use of zero is centuries older than first thought
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Female inmates that serve jail time with their babies significantly less likely to reoffend
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GPM satellite finds sheared Hurricane Jose has very tall storms
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The Cassini probe dies tomorrow. Here’s how to follow its end.
SCIENCE-NEWS
A researcher reveals the shocking truth about electric eels
SCIENCE-NEWS
Want To Eat Like A Colonist? Ask This Virginia Chef
HISTORY
Biologist reaches into electric eel tank, comes out with equation to measure shocks
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SpaceX bloopers video: 'How NOT to land an orbital rocket'
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Plants can grow their own glow-in-the-dark cotton, no genetic engineering required
Science Magazine
Ancient amphibian had mouthful of teeth
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Filtering molecules from the water or air with nanomembranes
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How to peel permanent marker off glass
SCIENCE-NEWS
What Is the World's Oldest Photograph?
LIVE SCIENCE
Watch this year’s Ig Nobel Prize ceremony live
Science Magazine
Researchers track the environmental impact of brick kilns in South Asia
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With iPhone X, Apple is hoping to augment reality for the everyman
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With iPhone X, Apple is hoping to augment reality for the everyman
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NASA's one-year mission investigates how space affects astronauts' functional performance
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Using NASA satellite data to predict malaria outbreaks
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Protecting the power grid with circuit simulation methods
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Researchers design the building blocks of synthetic muscle using computational method
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Wax on, melt off
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NASA-NOAA satellite shows extent of Irma's remnants
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Video report reveals experiences of leading food hygiene lab in using Inlabtec Serial Diluter
NEWS MEDICAL
Researchers helping connect fluid dynamics research to brain trauma
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Designing your own experiment to debunk the 'five-second rule'
STUDENT SCIENCE
From sea to rising sea—climate change in America
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Expanding polymer enables self-folding printable structures without heating or immersion in water
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Fox squirrels use 'chunking' to organize their favorite nuts
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Cassini's search for the building blocks of life on Titan
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From sea to rising sea—climate change in America
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Irma's heavy rainfall measured by NASA's IMERG
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Video: Why do phone batteries sometimes explode?
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Army scientists discover power in urine
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Apple kicks off event; $1,000 iPhone is expected
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In these bot hookups, the machines meld their minds
SCIENCE-NEWS
TED-Ed: Emptying the vacuum
CERN
What are these mysterious circles appearing all over the world?
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Your tape measure is smarter than you think
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StratoLaunch - Largest airplane in the world by wingspan
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Human Population Through Time
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Giant Python Swallowed an Indonesian Man Whole
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The Amazing Google Robot
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Tigers hunt down a drone
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Catfish swallows prey almost the same size
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Peacock Spider's Mating Dance
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Australia to Trump: We are not your doormat
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SHIFT IT!
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Does light experience time?
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Are all your ducks in order? This Ruskie's are.
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