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Can desert cities such as Tucson and Phoenix make water sources sustainable?
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Breathtaking evolution amongst Indonesian tribe - bigger spleens for free-diving
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Study provides video evidence of parental infanticide in a grassland bird species
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GPM data used to evaluate Hawaii's flooding rainfall
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Running facial recognition on buildings to unlock architectural secrets
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Using tooth sensors to detect disease
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Researchers find that swarms of tiny organisms mix nutrients in ocean waters
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Researchers find that swarms of tiny organisms mix nutrients in ocean waters
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Researchers find that swarms of tiny organisms mix nutrients in ocean waters
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Study: How to calculate pricing and resources for cloud computing
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340,000 stars' DNA interrogated in search for sun's lost siblings
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In an ant's world, the smaller you are, the harder it is to see obstacles
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Scientists explore underwater frontiers with submersible tablet computers
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GPM catches line of strong storms responsible for tornadoes in eastern US
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Video: What is flame jetting?
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How Birds-To-Be Get Oxygen Inside Eggs
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With smart cities, your every step will be recorded
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IBM scientists measure the energy levels of single molecules on insulators
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IBM scientists measure the energy levels of single molecules on insulators
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Spikes of graphene can kill bacteria on implants
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Earth-i unveils first color video captured by its VividX2 satellite
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Once upon a time in a thunderstorm
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PrEP campaign aims to block HIV infection and save lives in D.C.
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Satellite aims to discover thousands of nearby exoplanets, including at least 50 Earth-sized ones
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Shadow profiles—Facebook knows about you, even if you're not on Facebook
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Automating personal safety with wearable smart jewelry
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Magnetic Fields Are A Big Predictor Of A Loggerhead Turtle's Genes
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Peregrine falcons maneuver best when dive-bombing at more than 300 kilometers per hour
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Researchers show how male Costa's hummingbirds control the acoustics of a tail song produced during high speed dives
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Cycling motion keeps hydrofoils upright during flight
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What 3 Facial Expressions from Zuckerberg's Congressional Testimony Mean
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What if a nuke goes off in Washington, D.C.? Simulations of artificial societies help planners cope with the unthinkable
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Flight of the future: UC students, faculty create innovative, internationally recognized technology for Boeing
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NASA's Juno mission provides infrared tour of Jupiter's north pole
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A sperm race to save one of New Zealand's threatened birds, the sugar-lapping hihi
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These hummingbirds aim their singing tail feathers to wow mates
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Researchers reveal history through exhumation of Otago graves
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TradeShow Talks with Cytosurge
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Women are shattering the glass ceiling only to fall off the glass cliff
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Climate change is slowing Atlantic currents that warm Europe and the Atlantic Seaboard
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