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Glacial moulin formation triggered by rapid lake drainage
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New power generation and propulsion system for satellites
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NASA IMERG reveals rainfall rates of Tropical Cyclone Berguitta
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Semiconductor breakthrough may be game-changer for organic solar cells
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How to avoid a sucker bet – with a little help from maths
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Baby boomers use too much energy in their homes
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HSS orders Sectra’s 3D pre-operative planning solution for improving patient outcomes
NEWS MEDICAL
Radar adds technological twist to age-old cranberry counting process
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Minecraft teaches kids about tech, but there's a gender imbalance at play
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How to avoid a sucker bet – with a little help from maths
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New study suggests shark declines can lead to changes in reef fish body shapes
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How robot math and smartphones led researchers to a drug discovery breakthrough
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How chimp DNA techniques turned us into jungle detectives
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Deadly California mudslides show the need for maps and zoning that better reflect landslide risk
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Researchers identify 'social place cells' in the brain that respond to the locations of others
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From flagship to spaceship—two experiments pushing the frontier of graphene's potential
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From flagship to spaceship—two experiments pushing the frontier of graphene's potential
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Researchers identify 'social place cells' in the brain that respond to the locations of others
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Scientists use vibrations within cells to identify their mechanical properties
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Multifaceted design of the mantis shrimp club is inspiring advanced composite materials for airplanes, football helmets
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A brief history of fitness technology
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Advancing cloud with memory disaggregation
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A black cockatoo's journey back to the wild
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Future weather forecasting—it's all in the 'MRI' of clouds
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'Earworm melodies with strange aspects' – what happens when AI makes music
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I Went With Johnny Cash to Folsom Prison
HISTORY
Researchers explain how snakes can crawl in a straight line
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Even Chemists Are Baffled by This GIF of a Molecule Spiraling to Its Doom
LIVE SCIENCE
Augmented reality 'sandbox' shows how gravity works
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Why do we need to know about prime numbers with millions of digits?
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Will the weather get worse in 2018? What the experts say
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Silk Road Travelers' Ancient Knowledge May Have Irrigated Desert
LIVE SCIENCE
Quantum speed limit may put brakes on quantum computers
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See a 360-degree visualization of the center of the Milky Way
SCIENCE-NEWS
Will the weather get worse in 2018? What the experts say
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Biologists look to the past for early genetic development of tiny spider and insect eyes
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No planets needed: NASA study shows disk patterns can self-generate
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Could science destroy the world? These scholars want to save us from a modern-day Frankenstein
Science Magazine
Artificial intelligence can ‘evolve’ to solve problems
Science Magazine
Artificial intelligence can ‘evolve’ to solve problems
Science Magazine
Artificial intelligence can ‘evolve’ to solve problems
Science Magazine
Scientists take viewers to the center of the Milky Way
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Webb Telescope's Houston highlights
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NASA's newly renamed Swift Mission spies a comet slowdown
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Black hole breakthrough: New insight into mysterious jets
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Tiny robots could help infants with rare diseases. Watch one in action
Science Magazine
Black hole breakthrough: New insight into mysterious jets
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Black hole breakthrough: New insight into mysterious jets
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Scientists take viewers to the center of the Milky Way
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NASA's newly renamed Swift Mission spies a comet slowdown
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NASA's newly renamed Swift Mission spies a comet slowdown
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Webb Telescope's Houston highlights
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IMERG measures Tropical Cyclone Ava's disastrous rainfall
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Forget the self-driving car, meet the self-driving suitcase
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Forget the self-driving car, meet the self-driving suitcase
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Crying elephants and giggling rats – animals have feelings, too
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Between the lines: Tree rings hold clues about a river's past
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Crying elephants and giggling rats – animals have feelings, too
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Intel advances quantum and neuromorphic computing research
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Want to make money with stocks? Never listen to analysts
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Healing burned paws with fish skin
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'Black Hole Apocalypse' Premieres on PBS Tonight
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'Black Hole Apocalypse' Premieres on PBS Tonight
SPACE.COM
Foreo launches 'UFO' for easy beauty face masks
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Travis the translator aims to make people understood
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First ELT main mirror segments successfully cast
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NASA Alaska-launched rockets to study space X-ray emissions and create polar mesospheric cloud
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New smart sensor could revolutionise crime and terrorism prevention
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Why don't electric cars look like the future?
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Inexpensive and stable—The salt water battery
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Deciphering Antibodies with Next-Generation Protein Sequencing Technology
NEWS MEDICAL
Pole-dancing robots aim to spice up nerd fest
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Powerful tropical cyclone irving examined with GPM
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'Hide or get eaten,' urine chemicals tell mud crabs
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Surprising result shocks scientists studying spin
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Scientists develop graphene sensors that could revolutionise the Internet of Things
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Gut Check: Gas-Sniffing Capsule Charts The Digestive Tract
NPR
Trump's offshore oil drilling plans ignore the lessons of BP Deepwater Horizon
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Why I jumped at the chance to bring the real T. rex to life for TV
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Why I jumped at the chance to bring the real T. rex to life for TV
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Why I jumped at the chance to bring the real T. rex to life for TV
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Meet the world’s first salad-eating shark
Science Magazine
This legless insect can jump 30 times its body length
Science Magazine
How can we overcome loneliness?
MNT
How can we overcome loneliness?
MNT
Swift parrots bred on predator-free islands at risk of extinction
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How playing games on your phone or tablet could cut your power bill
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The trouble with rockets
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Climate change will displace millions of people. Where will they go?
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You, too, can be an astrophysicist with your new telescope
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Why Should We Weigh Every Protein in the Human Body?
NEWS MEDICAL
The trouble with rockets
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NASA looks at rainfall intensity in Tropical Depression Bolaven
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Two heads are better than one: ICON and GOLD teaming up to explore earth's interface to space
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New robot ‘muscles’ are strong enough to lift a baseball—and nimble enough to pluck a raspberry
Science Magazine
Two heads are better than one: ICON and GOLD teaming up to explore earth's interface to space
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First direct proof of ozone hole recovery due to chemicals ban
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Seeking answers for Iran’s chemical weapons victims—before time runs out
Science Magazine
Scientists lay out why some origami won't fold under pressure
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Did ancient irrigation technology travel Silk Road?
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Listen up! How to get your message across in just 60 seconds
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Redefining knowledge of elderly people throughout history
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